In the News
We are now giving FLU vaccines for the 2023 -2024 FLU season! Please call the office to have your child(ren) scheduled or let us know at your child’s check-up visit!
WE HAVE EXPANDED into our new office space! We have put the finishing touches on the renovations, and we have started seeing patients in the new side of the office! Dr. Noonan is seeing patients in the new side of the office (the side of the building with steps outside), and the nurse practitioners are seeing patients on our original side. We are still located on Fairy Street, but we now have 5,400 square feet of office space and 16 exam rooms!
Our schedules are filling up quickly for check-ups before the upcoming school year starts. Be sure to call us to schedule your child(ren) for their school physical so they can be enrolled on time! Call our front desk at 276.638.5437.
OUR lobby is OPEN!
Sick patients and families still need to call from your vehicle when you arrive and remain outside for a nurse to come out to get you!! Well patients may come into our waiting areas!!
**Please bring your insurance card to EVERY visit.**
Be sure you register for our Kids Portal! It is really easy. Click here to Register Online. If you have trouble, just call and we will help you!
RSV Season is quickly approaching!
RSV stands for Respiratory Syncytial Virus. It is a common respiratory virus that usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms. Most people recover in a week or two, but RSV can be serious. especially in infants and older adults.
People infected with RSV usually show symptoms within 4 to 6 days after getting infected. Symptoms of RSV infection usually include:
- Runny nose, decrease in appetite, coughing, sneezing, fever, wheezing
These symptoms usually appear in stages and not all at once. In very young infants with RSV, the only symptoms may be irritability, decreased activity, and breathing difficulties. Almost all children will have had an RSV infection by their second birthday.
- Manage fever and pain with over-the-counter fever reducers and pain relievers, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen. (Never give aspirin to children.)
- Drink enough fluids. It is important for people with RSV infection to drink enough fluids to prevent dehydration (loss of body fluids).
- Talk to your healthcare provider before giving your child nonprescription cold medicines. Some medicines contain ingredients that are not good for children.
Referenced from: RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) | CDC
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