Updates and info from Northwest Pediatrics
In this new video, Dr. Aaron Dalan talks about how the nationwide healthcare provider shortage is affecting Northwest Pediatric Center patients and providers.
- My child is sick or hurt – Should I call NWPC or go to the emergency department?
- Our Sunday night walk-in clinic has reopened as of September 17, 2023 from 4 to 8 pm and will remain open through the fall/winter respiratory-illness season. We have plenty of appointments available during the week and you can also visit during the walk-in hours on weeknights and Saturday mornings to help meet your child’s needs.
- NWPC will no longer require patients or family members to wear face masks, except in the following circumstances:
- Patients or family members have respiratory symptoms such as cough, runny nose, or fever.
- Patients or family members have had a confirmed exposure to COVID or influenza. These individuals must remain in their cars and check in from there. They must wear masks before entering the clinic building.
- Medicaid participants – Attention!
- Participants may receive age-appropriate and culturally appropriate services.
- Participants may ask for a qualified interpreter and translated material at no cost.
- Participants may request to receive information and help in the language or format of their choice.
- Get copies of your child’s immunization record
- We are currently accepting new patients age 10 and under