Anemia is a condition where there aren’t enough healthy red blood cells to deliver oxygen to the body. Learn more about the causes.
Conditions We Treat
Children’s Health℠ Pediatric Group brings the physicians who practice at Children’s Health and their excellent medical care to your neighborhood. Our team of experts is focused only on caring for children and families, whether you need to see us for a routine illness or have complex medical needs. We also work with our families to educate them on the best care for children, no matter why they come to see us.
With our close ties to an academic medical center, we can connect you with a specialist in heart disease, endocrinology, cystic fibrosis or any of 50 specialty programs focused on children.
Our General Pediatric Services
- Newborn care
- Well-child care, including immunizations/vaccines
- Care for common childhood illnesses and injuries, including sore throats, colds, allergies, ear infections, flu, minor scrapes and sprains
- Chronic childhood illnesses, including asthma and diabetes
- Care for behavior problems, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and anxiety
- Care of complex chronic medical problems
- Chartering your child’s growth
- Sports/school/camp physicals
- Nutrition counseling
Procedures and Tests We Perform
- Lab work
- Suture removal
- Cryotherapy (wart removal)
We look forward to being your healthcare partner year after year as you nurture your child’s good health.
Chicken pox is a very contagious viral infection that causes an itchy rash, blisters on the skin and other symptoms. Learn more about this condition.
Pediatric croup occurs when the upper airway swells, which causes a child to work harder to breathe and “bark” when coughing. Learn more.
Dehydration occurs when there is an extreme loss of water from the body and it causes an electrolyte imbalance. Learn more about the causes and symptoms.
Coming into contact with parvovirus B19 may cause a child to develop a rash condition known as fifth disease. Learn more about this condition.
Pneumonia occurs when the lungs swell and fill with fluid due to an infection. Learn how this develops and what symptoms to look for in a variety of ages.
Dyslexia is a disorder in which the child’s brain mixes up letters and words, making learning to read, write and spell difficult. Learn more about this common condition.
Epstein-Barr virus is a very common virus that most people have in their bodies and don’t even realize it. Learn more about this condition.
Lyme disease is a condition with long-lasting symptoms that is transmitted from ticks to humans. Learn more about this condition.
Though mostly eliminated in the U.S. through vaccination, measles is still a deadly virus in some parts of the world. Learn more about this condition.
Mumps causes the saliva glands in the lower cheeks (parotid glands) to swell and puff out. Learn more about this condition.
Mycoplasmosis is a condition that affects breathing and often causes pneumonia. Learn more about this condition.
Nausea is the sick-to-the-stomach feeling a child has in response to several conditions. Vomiting occurs when food is thrown up. Learn more about the causes.
Pinworms, or Enterobius vermicularis, are small, white worms that can live in a child’s intestines and be easily transmitted to others. Learn more.
Transmitted through the saliva of an infected animal, rabies is a serious virus that is almost always deadly. Learn more about this condition.
Thrush is most common in babies and young children leaving white or yellow splotches in the mouth. Read more from the experts at Children's Health.
West Nile virus is spread through the bite of an infected mosquito, and usually doesn’t cause complications. Learn more about this condition.