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Back-to-School Tips from HealthyChildren.org

The AAP’s Healthy Children website has published some back-to-school tips for the start of the new school year.  Click here for advice about: Making the First Day Easier Backpack Safety Traveling To and From School Eating at School Bullying Before and After School Child Care Developing Good Homework and Study Habits. The Healthy Children website has lots of other useful information to help parents keep their children healthy, including information on the various Ages & Stages of...

Offices Closed During Lunch Hour

Both our Raleigh and Garner locations routinely close from 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday for the lunch hour. Beginning January 2, 2014, the front doors of our offices will also be locked during that time. The doors will be locked at 12:55 p.m. and will reopen at 1:45 p.m. (Mon – Fri). Our staff will be ready to assist you at 1:45 p.m. Our regular weekend office hours will not change. If you have an URGENT problem that cannot...

Sports Physicals

Wake County, Johnston County, and Harnett County Public Schools require Middle School and High School athletes to have a complete physical exam within 365 days prior to the first practice or tryout date. If your child desires to participate in a school sport, be sure to schedule a yearly physical for your child. For more information regarding school sports requirements, please refer to the following websites: Wake County Public Schools...

Patient Centered Medical Home

In December 2012, Raleigh Pediatrics was granted recognition as a Level III Patient Centered Medical Home by the National Center for Quality Assurance. Even though we pride ourselves on offering excellent medical care for our patients and strive to maintain open lines of communication with their families, this recognition demonstrates that we are committed to doing more. Patients and their families will now become an important part of the health...