Per the AAP “All children and adolescents who test positive for SARS-CoV-2 should notify their pediatrician. For a child or adolescent who is SARS-CoV-2–positive who is either asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic (<4 days of fever >100.4°F, <1 week of myalgia, chills, … Continue reading
News & Events
Wilmington Pediatrics is excited that children 12 years and up can receive the COVID-19 vaccines at the following local sites without an appointment. In addition, you may find other facilities on vaccinefinder.org and vaxfinder.com. If you are still considering whether or not to vaccinate your child, … Continue reading
‘Telehealth’ (also known as ‘telemedicine’) is the provision of healthcare remotely through the use of telecommunication technology. You are now able to connect with your physician using telephone, texted or emailed images, and/or video-conferencing.
Here are some of the criteria we use to determine whether a telecommunication meets the criteria for and will therefore be billed as a telemedicine visit:
Any telephone or videoconference visit that lasts more than five minutes
Any telephone or videoconference encounter which results in:
A lab or imaging order
A referral to a specialist
A new prescription (not a refill)
A photo sent to the physician for further evaluation
Counseling for behavioral Health
Discussion/counseling on positive COVID-19 test result … Continue reading
Due to the Winter Storm we will be closed on Tuesday Feb 2, 2021. We will re-open on Wednesday Feb 3, 2021. For Any urgent matters please call our answering service at 781-721-5068 and ask to speak with the doctor on call. … Continue reading
Our supply of influenza vaccines has arrived!
The influenza immunization is now required for all children 6 months of age or older who are attending Massachusetts childcare, pre-school, kindergarten, K-12, and colleges and universities.
The influenza vaccine is required by December 31 and we will administer it during regularly scheduled visits. … Continue reading
Per Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the Influenza vaccine (Flu shot) will be required by December 31st, 2020 for all children older than 6 months who are enrolled in:
Colleges and Universities
There are exemptions to this requirement for very specific medical reasons or for religious reasons. … Continue reading
A few words about SCHOOL/CAMP/COLLEGE FORMS:In the interest in keeping everyone safe, please download the most recent physical form from your Wilmington Pediatrics portal and send it in to your institution. If you can not access the portal, give us a call to walk you through the process. … Continue reading
We are working hard to accommodate the backlog of physicals of all ages, while meeting strict safety standards set forth by the DPH and CDC. You will notice some physical and many procedural changes to our practice. When we call to schedule you, … Continue reading
If you are searching for resources to help with food, housing, transportation and more, Aunt Bertha has partnered with Anthem!
Aunt Bertha, a leading social care network, which helps connect individuals and families to free and reduced-cost social services in their communities. … Continue reading
Updated Hours & Visits during the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Advisory
We wanted to update everyone regarding recent changes to our office hours and office visits during this challenging time.
From the start of the outbreak, we have refrained from seeing patients that are ill with fever and/or respiratory symptoms because we lack the resources and necessary personal protective equipment to screen for COVID-19. … Continue reading