ABC has been selected the #1 pediatric facility in Harnett County for the THIRD year in a row!! We are so grateful!
Precision Allergy Testing. Customized Treatment. Excellent Results. If you currently use over-the-counter and prescription allergy relief medications, you know that they can have uncomfortable side effects. You also know that they don’t address the underlying cause of your symptoms.
ABC Pediatrics’ provides diagnosis and treatment of mental health and behavioral issues. Our health care team recognizes the significant need for pediatric mental health care and continuously embraces Mental Health Awareness. The well respected health care team at ABC Pediatrics would not be complete without our mental health department.
ABC Pediatrics provides all routine vaccinations and immunizations for your child from birth, through grade school, and including college entrance requirements. Immunization records are kept securely in your child’s Electronic Medical Record and are also recorded at the North Carolina State Immunization Registry.
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Our ABC Pediatrics’ Family and our healthcare team would like to convey our most sincere appreciation for your support and response to our ever-evolving approach to dealing with the COVID19 pandemic. In order for our approach to be successful, we are striving to communicate with our patients on a regular, if not daily, schedule. Our goal from the outset of the uncertainty created by COVID-19 has been and will continue to be maintaining your child’s healthcare while thoughtfully considering exposure to both our staff and our patients.
In the past, ABC Pediatrics has extended our commitment to our patients with a Saturday morning in-office clinic service. However, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and enhanced screening efforts now utilized for face to face visits at our office, weekend IN-OFFICE care will be conducted by phone until further notice.
COVID 19 has most certainly impacted our activities of daily living. This pandemic has closed our schools, cancelled our sporting events and limited social gatherings. From a medical standpoint, symptoms of infection can range from mild respiratory symptoms to high fever and respiratory distress. Our family members over the age of 60, those with chronic illnesses and those with weakened immune systems seem to be the most vulnerable.
Linda F. Castillo is a Certified Physician Assistant who was born in Costa Rica but now calls Coats, North Carolina home. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry and a Minor in Biology from Catawba College in 2014. She then attended Campbell University and graduated with her Master of Physician Assistant Practice in July of 2019.