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How to Identify Common Rashes from Chickenpox to Roseola

September 6th, 2016|Parenting, Pediatric Resources|

Rashes and skin irritations are a typical part of childhood and are generally not a cause for concern. Most symptoms are innocuous and will disappear within a few days, but the worry is real for concerned parents who may fear the worst. Here are some of the most common rashes that affect children ages 1-15, with [...]

Back to School: A Pediatrician’s Tips for a Great Year

September 1st, 2016|Pediatric Resources|

The back to school season typically includes shopping for the latest and greatest clothes and shoes to ensure your child looks stylish from day one. But what about his health? We recommend that parents schedule well child visits with the family pediatrician before sports tryouts and classes begin. Read on to learn why the pediatricians at [...]

Sunscreen and Other Skin Protection Tips for Kids

July 14th, 2016|Parenting, Pediatric Resources|

Now that summer is here in full effect, your kids are probably very excited about getting outside as much as possible and enjoying the beautiful weather. Playing outside and being physically active is great for kids but it's important to ensure your child is properly protected from too much sun exposure when they head outdoors. Even [...]

Croup: When to Call the Pediatrician

May 17th, 2016|Pediatric Resources|

Croup generally starts out as the common cold. However, your child may eventually develop the “croup cough”, which is much louder and sounds almost like a bark. In most cases, the croup cough will get worse at night. This usually leads to other croup symptoms like agitation, anxiety, and crying, as the child loses sleep because [...]

Is It a Cold or Allergies? When to Come to the Clinic

April 11th, 2016|Parenting, Pediatric Resources|

Is it a seasonal cold or something more serious? It can be difficult to decide when it’s necessary to take your child to the doctor, especially for first-time parents. During springtime specifically, it can be tricky to determine whether your child is suffering from cold or allergy symptoms, and if their symptoms require medical attention. Here’s [...]

Indoor and Outdoor Winter Activities for Kids

January 12th, 2016|Pediatric Resources|

Here in Oregon, winter comes with shorter—and rainier—days. But you and the kids don’t have to stay cooped up until spring arrives. Instead, consider these fun winter activities for kids. Given the weather, sometimes it’s not realistic to recommend outdoor activities for your kids. Still, you don’t have to settle for vegging out all day. Contrary [...]

Nancy Feltner, PMHNP

December 16th, 2015|Pediatric Resources|

Nancy Feltner nació en Detroit, Michigan, y ha vivido en Alaska, California, Missouri y Arizona. Se graduó de la Universidad Estatal de Arizona en la Licenciatura en Enfermería, y se mudó a Oregón donde ha trabajado en una práctica pediátrica, tratando a niños que tienen dificultades en la vida escolar y familiar. Obtuvo su maestría en [...]

Miriam Habafy, Asistente Médico

December 16th, 2015|Pediatric Resources|

Mariam Habafy nació y creció en Marruecos. Se mudó a los Estados Unidos a los 18 años de edad para estudiar en Nueva Hampshire, y se graduó en 1991. Obtuvo su título en la Maestría en Asistente Médico de la Universidad Emory en Atlanta, en 1997.

Marguerite Ballard, Asistente Médico

December 16th, 2015|Pediatric Resources|

Marguerite "Mopsy" Ballard, PA-C, nació en Berlín, Alemania, y creció en Washington, D.C. Se graduó de la Universidad Duke en 1975, y recibió su título PA en la Escuela Médica de la Universidad de Oklahoma en 1980. Se certificó por la Comisión Nacional en la Certificación de Asistentes Médicos. Tiene además un entrenamiento especializado en el [...]

Li Chang, FNP

December 16th, 2015|Pediatric Resources|

Li creció en Taiwán. Recibió su título de enfermera ahí en 1980. Obtuvo su maestría en Enfermería de Salud del Adulto en la Universidad Estatal de California (Chico) en 1986. Después de trabajar en varias áreas de enfermería, incluyendo médica, quirúrgica, unidades de quemaduras, salas de emergencia y unidades de cuidado crítico, decidió especializarse en trauma [...]