Tuesday, October 18, 2016
New times for the free parenting skills classes! Bring questions and issues/topics that you would like to discuss. No childcare provided. Email Natasham@wasatchpeds.net
We hope to see you soon!
School Aged 4-8 and Adolescent 8-14 years
Wednesdays 10/26/2016 7:00 pm- 8:30 pm
Prenatal, Infant (0-18 mo) and Toddler (18mo-3 yrs)
Wednesday 11/16/2016 7:00 pm- 8:30 pm
We hope to see you soon!
Posted by Mandy at 1:50 PM
Monday, October 3, 2016
Teen age 15 yrs to 18 years.
Our own Masters of Social Work Intern, Natasha, will be hosting free parenting classes focused on what YOU want. These classes will be divided into 5 different age groups and will be tailored to what YOU need and want to know based on your answers on the sign-up form. Parents/Caregivers may attend more than one group, however, space is limited. All groups will be Wednesdays from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Contact the front desk or email Natasham@wasatchpeds.net We look forward to seeing you--
Space is limited to call our office today! We hope to see you on Wednesday!
Posted by Mandy at 9:00 AM
Monday, September 26, 2016
Here is a list below of the classes you may want to attend:
Teen: 15 yrs-18 yrs Weds 10/5/2016
Adolescent: 8 yrs to 14 years Weds 10/19/2016
School Age: 4 years to 8 years Weds 10/26/2016
Toddler: 18 mo- 3 years Weds 11/2/2016
Prenatal/Infant 0 to 18 mo: Weds 11/16/2016
Sign up today to reserve your spot
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Due to High Demand we are announcing our next CPR Training Class
For our Patients (12 years and older) and Parents
Saturday October 15th
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
@ Willow Creek Pediatrics
To register for the class call 801-942-1800 or email email@example.com
There is a $10 fee to hold your spot for this class. It will be refunded on day of the class upon attendance.
**This is a basic CPR/First Aid course, not a CPR certification**
Posted by Mandy at 12:32 PM
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
FLU SHOT CLINIC: By appointment only
Tuesday: All day in October. (Nov 1 on, only am)
1-Why is the FluMist not available this year?
- The doctors want to make sure we are providing the most effective treatments and immunizations for our patients. This year, the CDC determined that the FluMist vaccine was not as effective as the standard Flu Shot so we aren't offering it.
- We understand a flu shot may seem frightening to a child. Our staff gives a lot of immunizations and will do their best to reassure your child. Influenza is a serious diseases and the doctors strongly encourage all children 6 months and older to receive a flu shot this year.
- We are not aware of any providers who will be giving FluMist this year.
- Maybe. The doctors will review any new recommendations next year. If the CDC determines the FluMist effectiveness has improved, we may carry it next year.
- Last year the FluMist was approved and recommended by the CDC and other organizations. The answer depends on the type of influenza that was in the community last year, whether it was a covered strain, if/when your child may have been exposed, etc. There isn't a yes or no answer because there are many contributing factors.
- Refer additional questions and concerns to the patient's physician or provider
Posted by Mandy at 12:17 PM
Thursday, July 21, 2016
Posted by Mandy at 8:51 AM