Bringing Expert Care to Your Home
Telehealth is a safe, secure way to receive care. We are offering telehealth appointments for most outpatient services.
Masking and Updated Visitor Guidelines
Effective Tuesday, May 19, patients are limited to one visitor for outpatient visits and procedures and two visitors for inpatient care. Inpatient visitors will undergo temperature screens.
All outpatient and inpatient visitors over the age of 2 will be provided a hospital-grade mask to wear for the duration of their visit.
Your Summer Guide to Staying Mentally Fit
On Our Sleeves created a guide to help you maintain structure this summer and keep kids mentally fit.
Telehealth: Providing Best Outcomes for Children During COVID-19
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change the way we live our daily lives, we are adapting and innovating so you and your child receive uninterrupted care. We’re doing this through telehealth visits.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Racism
In light of recent events, many caregivers may find themselves struggling to talk about the concepts of race, ethnicity and racism with kids.
Every Story Matters
“My passion has always been to help children, specifically children living in urban areas. I have the privilege of working with a wide range of people and diverse families. I really love it.”
“[In my role] we will be working with our HR Department to achieve better staff diversification within areas where women, men and minorities are most under-represented compared to our patient population and community. We want to identify and eliminate any health disparities in patient care due to socioeconomic class, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or other social determinants.”
“A lot of people try to say that health differences are because of your genetics. But what we find when we look at the data is, your health is more defined by your zip code than by your genetic code. That’s what we don’t want to be the case. My focus has always been around how we make the population’s health better. How we close those gaps.”