NEW PHASE EFFECTIVE Monday, September 20th, 2021 OFFICE HOURS: Monday thru Friday, 8:00am until 4:15pm As COVID continues to impact our community, ABC Pediatrics has evaluated and revised our approach in caring for the health care needs of our patients. We remain committed to ensuring patients receive well care, medication management, mental health care and allergy immunotherapy, while maintaining service for sick patients and testing during this ever-changing pandemic. Our new process will go in effect
As we become more familiar with COVID-19 and the impact on our community, ABC Pediatrics is continuing the evolution of our approach in caring for the health care needs of our patients. We remain committed to ensuring patients receive well care, medication management, mental health care and allergy immunotherapy, while still maintaining service for our sick patients during this ever changing COVID-19 environment. Our process is described in this post.
Some of the more recent discussions regarding COVID-19 are centering around TESTING. Rapid testing. Antigen testing. Antibody testing. Molecular testing. PCR testing. Has your employer or your child’s school or daycare presented you with questions or guidelines concerning COVID testing that has you scratching your head?
ABC Pediatrics now offers Rapid Covid-19 Testing for established ABC Pediatrics’ patients! Testing is performed in our mobile clinic and results can be provided and reviewed with you during office visit.
Same-day electronic reporting directly to NC Dept of Health to ensure MOST CURRENT daily COVID statistics!
SAME DAY sick and urgent visits are AVAILABLE daily in our MOBILE CLINIC. PLEASE CALL for a MOBILE CLINIC appointment time. Sick patients are isolated and necessary care is provided inside their vehicles. Services such as lab testing, nebulizer treatments and medication administration remain available for vehicle visits. Provider/Nurse teams are designated daily for newborn infant care, well physical exams and chronic follow up care. Scheduled patients are brought into specifically designated and maintained areas of
Find out what signs and symptoms to look for! Please consult your Primary Care Physician immediately if you see any/some of the following:
Patients less than 3 months of age- report 100.5 or higher temperature immediately
Patients 3 months and older, – report fever 100.5 or higher if persists beyond 3 days
Redness or bloodshot eyes (without pus or drainage)
Mouth changes- swollen, bumpy red tongue (“Strawberry tongue”) Redness of mouth, lips and/or throat