Child Online Housecall for pediatric symptoms is designed for when your doctor's office is closed and you need to know what to do for your child's common symptoms and injuries.
The croupy cough is tight, low-pitched, and barky (like a barking seal)."> Homecare- If the air is dry, run a humidifier in the bedroom. (Reason: dry air makes croup worse.)
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There's one especially for expectant parents to prepare them for babies first nights at home.
There's one to prepare for new challenges of a toddler, like discipline and potty training tips.
There's one to help with early school age issues, like setting boundaries for the new explorers.
There's one on Asthma that focuses on seasonal triggers and importance of proper medication delivery.
There's one on CPR... so that your family is more comfortable knowing what to do in an emergency.
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To begin, I would like to thank you for the support and trust you have given me over the years as your child's Pediatrician. As we celebrate ?50 years of Caring for Kids?, I do appreciate you choosing me to serve you and your family, which for me personally has been an honor and privilege.
I am announcing with deep emotion, my decision to retire from my medical practice as of December 31, 2015. I will forever be thankful to you, the wonderful parents for allowing me to care for your precious children. It truly has been a pleasure for 37 years to share your love for them. I wish all of you good health and the best of luck. Know confidently, as I do, as you choose any of my friends at Pediatric Associates of Kingston to continue to serve your child's health care needs, that they will be receiving the best pediatric care available in our area.
Again, thank you for allowing me to serve as your family's Pediatrician over the past 37 years. I'm confident our office will continue to serve all your family's health care needs for another 50 years to come.
Regards, John P. Rogers, MD
Natalie grew up in Chester County Pa, and has resided in Lackawanna county for 10 years. She holds a bachelors in Nursing and Masters in Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of Scranton and has extensive experience as a Maternity Nurse at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia and Moses Taylor Hospital,Scranton. She is an active member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Amy grew up locally in Dallas PA and has worked locally since graduating from Kings College with a degree in Physician Assistant Studies. Amy is a board Certified Physician Assistant and member of the Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants.
Dr. Kile has also written several other peer reviewed articles in healthcare. Dr. Kile continues to be an active member with American Academy of Pediatrics.