Posts By: Pediatric Associates of Richmond

“I know that you are going to tell me that it’s just a virus, but…”  We’ve heard this utterance countless times from parents.  It is usually said (and…

We are a week into Phase III here in Virginia, and we’ve received many phone calls and questions during visits on how to best navigate the loosened restrictions….

“PARdon Me” a blog series by Laura Duke, CPNP, IBCLC PARdon me…but how is the brotherly/sisterly love flowing at your house?  Siblings are spending an unprecedented amount of time…

This will be quite a tough May for many of our teenagers. May is prom season. It’s when spring athletes would be finishing up their seasons and possibly…

“PARdon Me” a blog series by Laura Duke, CPNP, IBCLC PARdon me…but how are the worriers at your house?  Has the anxiety level hit the red zone?  Even…

“PARdon Me” – a blog series by Laura Duke, CPNP, IBCLC PARdon me…but do you sometimes find it hard to answer your child’s questions about COVID-19 and our world…

“PARdon Me” – a blog series by Laura Duke, CPNP, IBCLC Do Something…. PARdon me…did you DO SOMETHING today?  Is your family finding a purpose in their day…

“PARdon Me” – a blog series by Laura Duke, CPNP, IBCLC PARdon me…but how is your shelter-in-place family time going?  Families are spending an unprecedented amount of time…

The following risk-minimizing processes we are implementing effective today, March 12, 2020: 1)      1 patient, 1 parent. Whenever possible, we ask that only the patient and 1 parent/guardian come…

1)       Who should get tested? At this time only patients with symptoms AND exposure risk factors. 2)       How is testing done? We obtain a sample from the back…