As we’re sure most of you know by now, children ages 5-11 years old are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Bad news first… Unfortunately, Maryland Farms Pediatrics will not be offering the COVID vaccine for our patients. We are unable to store the vaccine safely and order the vaccine in small enough doses
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Dr. Guice is excited to return to Maryland Farms Pediatrics on November 5th. She is grateful for everyone’s patience while she was out on extended leave taking care of sweet Maisie Joy. Maisie was born with a large hole between the two lower chambers of her heart. She had open heart surgery to repair the defect in
Exciting news! You can now see one of the doctors at Maryland Farms Pediatrics through a telehealth visit. During this difficult time of social isolation and quarantine, we know that coming into the office can be challenging. Starting Monday, April 6th, we will be offering telehealth visits through Doxy.me, which is a secure and HIPAA-compliant
Our patients’ safety and well-being are of the utmost importance at Maryland Farms Pediatrics. In keeping with that, we will be making some more changes starting Monday, March 30th through the end of April. The American Academy of Pediatrics continues to recommend routine well visits for children requiring immunizations. Rather than doing well visits throughout
Our first priority is the health and safety of our patients. In order to try to keep everyone as safe as possible, we will be changing some things for the time being. As of now, we are still seeing patients for both sick and well visits. If you feel uncomfortable coming to the office for a well visit at this time, we understand. Please call and reschedule your appointment rather than just not showing up.
In light of the recent COVID-19 cases in the greater Nashville area, we wanted to post an update for our patients and families. This new coronavirus (COVID-19) is actually a part of a bigger group of coronaviruses that are known to cause the common cold. As you all probably know, this novel coronavirus can have
Every year, around 3500 infants die from sleep-related deaths. The AAP, American Academy of Pediatrics, has guidelines that have been researched and proven to reduce the risk of infant death.
Flu shots are now available for everyone 6 months and older. We will be able to offer flu vaccinations to parents as well. We will not have FluMist as the CDC is not recommending it this year.
Our first flu shot clinic will be October 10th.
Dr. Freeman has served Maryland Farms Pediatrics’ families and her community for thirty years. She has invested in medical students and residents all along the way. We are grateful for her time here and excited for her new adventure. She will be retiring to Vail, Colorado to spend more time with her children.
Everyone at Maryland Farms Pediatrics is excited to welcome our new Pediatrician Dr. Wargo. She will be joining us in July 2016. Dr. Lindsey Wargo is from Shreveport, Louisiana and recently completed an extra year as Chief Resident following her Pediatric Residency at the University of Tennessee and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis. She attended the