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    Pediatric Associates Community Courier

    March 2018


    Pank Blog: 5 Tips to Raise Resilient Children

    Why Resilience is Important

    Encourage your child to take risks

    Allow your child to solve problems

    Be an example

    Embrace all emotions


    Traveler's Health

    Many of our patients and families are planning to travel out of the country for spring break or this summer. Whether you are traveling for fun or a mission trip, you should make plans well in advance to make sure you have all the medications, vaccines and supplies you may need.  Please see our Travel Health section for more info.


    Spring Allergies

    Flowering trees and plants will soon be pollinating the air in the tri-state. If you are a spring allergy and asthma sufferer this is a good time to think about re-starting your allergy medications. Don't wait until your child is wheezing or their face is swollen! See here for more information.



    Baby's First Foods

    Pediatrician David Hill, MD, FAAP from the AAP provides parents with some quick tips on starting their baby on solid foods. Watch the Video.


    Seventh Annual CYC United "FORE" Youth Golf Classic

    Spring is in the air, which means it is time for the Annual United “FORE” Youth Golf Classic. This event is an “ACE” every time! Not only will you play a round of golf on the beautiful Vineyard Golf Course, but also your participation supports programs that empower vulnerable Greater Cincinnati students to overcome obstacles and succeed in school and in life!

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    Practice News

    Diane Eilerman is Retiring

    Diane Eilerman, one of our clinical coordinators, is retiring at the end of March. She has been with the practice for 24 years and has been instrumental in helping to care for our patients.  We will be celebrating her career in several ways in the coming weeks and months. Please join us in congratulating her and thanking her for her many contributions!  She is a unique and special person and will be missed!

    Pediatric Cancer Research Fundraising Event

    Next Monday, St. Patrick's Day, Dr. Deis will be participating in the "St. Baldrick's" event at Molly Malone's in Covington, where participants will shave their heads in order to raise funds for Pediatric Cancer Research.  He realizes that shaving his head is less of a sacrifice than it might be for many others(!), but he's doing it  in honor of his 13 year old daughter Libby who developed acute lymphoblastic leukemia at age 2 and  will be celebrating 10 years of being in remission next year.

    If you are so inclined you can donate here. Thanks!

    Office Charges in One Convenient Location

    Health care can be confusing.  We want to do what we can to keep information about your charges here as simple as possible.  To do this we put together our financial policies so you know what to expect.

    New Website Resources

    Check out our new resources on Autism and Strong 4 Life.

    Get Shot Records From the Portal

    Have you been getting letters from school about vaccines for the 2018-19 school year? Need an updated immunization certificate? Not sure if your child is up to date? Check our patient portal and you will see the vaccine forecast predicting what your child needs and you can request a vaccine record that can be printed off at home!

    Please follow these directions to print out the official state of Kentucky vaccine certificate.

    Pediatric Associates Helps Promote Quality Preschool

    Research has demonstrated that being prepared for kindergarten promotes lifelong learning and success.  We are proud to partner with United Way and several other leading organizations in Northern KY to promote quality early childhood education.  You can check out the new NKY preschool navigator and many other resources at It's great!

    Register Your New Born on the Portal

    When you are expecting a new baby, even if it is not your first, there are a lot of details to remember. Please don’t forget us when getting everything ready for the new arrival.

    To make scheduling your new baby appointment easier, you are able to register them on the Patient Portal prior to baby’s birth.

    Simply go to your family’s patient portal and choose patient registration on the left side of the home page. If you haven’t chosen a name for baby, enter the first name as “baby”. Baby’s date of birth should be entered as the due date.

    When you are ready to come see us after baby is born, simply call and follow the prompts to the newborn line. Make sure you let us know that baby is already registered in the system. We will update the information and schedule you for the first appointment quickly and easily!

    Congratulations and we look forward to seeing you and your new addition soon.

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    859-341-5400 • Mon - Fri 8am-5pm and Sat 8am - noon

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