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April schedule now open

April schedule now open

Our April schedule is now open. The best way to schedule your appointment is directly from our website at https://allpeds.com/for-parents/book-an-appointment/ If you are trying to schedule a double well child check and are unable to find consecutive spots with the same provider,

March schedule now open

March schedule now open

Our March schedule is now open. The best way to schedule your appointment is directly from our website at https://allpeds.com/for-parents/book-an-appointment/ If you are trying to schedule a double well child check and are unable to find consecutive spots with the same provider we ask that you please give us a call.

February schedule now open

February schedule now open

Our February schedule is now open. The best way to schedule your appointment is directly from our website If you are trying to schedule a double well child check and are unable to find consecutive spots with the same provider we ask that you please give us a call.

January schedule is now open

January schedule is now open

Our January schedule is now open. The best way to schedule your appointment is directly from our website at https://allpeds.com/for-parents/book-an-appointment/ If you are trying to schedule a double well child check and are unable to find consecutive spots with the same provider we ask that you please give us a call.

Dr. Farber’s blog part III

Dr. Farber’s blog part III

RSV Vaccine/Antibody Today, I will talk about RSV. RSV stands for Respiratory Syncytial Virus, the most common, but not the only, cause of wheezing and difficulty breathing in infants. We do not have a specific treatment for this disease, which is why we often do not test for it routinely in the office when we suspect it;

ACUTE AND EMRGENCY CARE BLOG.

Dr. Farber’s blog part II

Dr. Farber’s blog part II

Should your child have a COVID vaccine, and associated boosters, even though it is relatively new?  Categorically, yes. Most vaccines take years, or even decades, before they can be released onto the market; they have to prove both safety and efficacy. 

ACUTE AND EMRGENCY CARE BLOG.

Dr. Farber’s Blog

Dr. Farber’s Blog

Vaccines Part 1 This will be a three-part blog. I will look first at vaccines in general, and then subsequently COVID and RSV vaccines. I am not going to dwell on anti-vaccine sentiments; I will start with the premise,