ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS
Soho Pediatric Group has transitioned to an electronic medical effective January, 2012. We will soon have a patient portal to communicate with parents, including access to patient immunization records, growth charts, and lab results. There are now additional educational materials on this web site, including downloadable copies of our well visit handouts. We look forward to improving our ability to provide your family with excellent health care and appreciate your input on how to improve how we communicate with patients and parents.
VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION FOR BREASTFEEDING BABIES
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that all breastfed babies receive a supplent of 400 IU of Vitamin D daily. See the following link for more information:
Viamin D Supplementation
INTRODUCING SOLID FOODS (from the American Academy of Pediatrics)
Switching to Solid Food
PROMOTING HEALTHY SLEEP HABITS IN CHILDREN (from the National Sleep Foundation):
Children and Sleep
Teens and Sleep
For additional resources, click the Sleep button in the left column on this page.
UPDATE ON IMMUNIZATION SAFETY
PANEL ENDORSES HPV VACCINE FOR BOYS
(NY Times October 25, 2011)
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended that boys age 11-21 receive the Human Pappiloma Virus (HPV) vaccine. HPV vaccine has been recommended for girls age 11-26 since 2006.
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