Please reach out now to schedule your annual Flu Shot! Drive through clinics return on select Sunday mornings in the fall, Columbus Day clinic October 10, 2022 and in office clinics every Tuesday and Thursday 3-5pm starting mid September.
Every child 6 months and older should be vaccinated annually with Influenza vaccine. Flu shots can be given along with other routine childhood vaccines and will be offered all fall as part of routine office visits.
Please note Drive through clinics are best for older children who do not need to be held or hugged during shot time. » Read more about: It’s Almost Time For Flu Shots Again! »
A case of polio has recently been reported in an unvaccinated individual from Rockland County, New York. The polio vaccine is part of the routine pediatrics vaccine schedule and is required for schools.
If your child is behind on any of their childhood vaccines, please reach out to our office to set up an appointment as soon as possible. » Read more about: Polio Case in Rockland County. Reminder – Schedule Your Child’s Vaccine. »
Our vaccination of 6 mo to 5-year-olds is in full swing!
COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for all children 6 months through 4 years of age. As pediatricians, we are overjoyed that all children now have access to this important vaccine.
Pediatrics of Northeastern Pennsylvania will begin vaccine administration for any child in this age range (you do not need to be a patient of our practice).
Happy to announce that we are now able to offer both Moderna and Pfizer vaccines for your children. » Read more about: Both Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are now available for children 6 months up. »
On WVIA’s Call the Doctor segment, Dr Georgetti discusses children missing their well child visits due to the pandemic. Watch the view now.. » Read more about: Dr. Georgetti On WVIA’s Call the Doctor »
Our Similac representative has provided us with the following information for parents dealing with the formula shortage. The following information applies to Similac only (as far as we are aware). Also, we are just passing along information. We know this is a stressful situation for many parents. » Read more about: Information on Baby Formula Shortage »
Do you think alligators and crocodiles are the same? How about jam and jelly, or concrete and cement? These are examples of things that are similar but not the same. It is a roundabout way to get to our topic: the difference between pediatric physicals and well-child visits. Both are necessary, somewhat similar, but NOT the same. » Read more about: The Difference Between Pediatric Physicals And Well-Child Visits »
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Evaluation in Scranton, PA
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has many symptoms and not all are that easy to spot at first. It is a complex disorder that is usually diagnosed before teen years and on average by age 7. When a parent asks the question, does my child have ADHD, it’s time to find out. » Read more about: Does My Child Have ADHD? »
To allow us to more appropriately triage our patients and control the risk of unnecessary contact between well patients and potentially sick patients, all visits will be by appointment only until further notice. No walk-ins will be accepted at any time. » Read more about: Quick Sick Walk-in Hours cancelled indefinitely »
Flu season is different every year, and it’s important to make sure you’re ready.
Even the healthiest people can get very sick from influenza because it affects everyone differently. So what can you do to prevent getting the flu? Look into getting the flu shot. » Read more about: Should I Get a Flu Shot? »
We have all been there. » Read more about: 4 Reasons Why It’s Good for Your Toddler to Throw a Tantrum »