The internet can be a valuable resource to find health and medical information, and that’s where parents often turn when they have concerns.
As a mom of two college students, Dr. Pilar Bradshaw understands that attending college this fall will look much different than in years past.
Pediatricians at Eugene Pediatric Associates field questions daily from concerned parents who want to know whether the symptoms their child is exhibiting are consistent with COVID-19.
Eugene Pediatrics and Thrive Behavioral Health recognized as 5 Star Patient-Centered Primary Care Home
Eugene Pediatrics and Thrive Behavioral Health are the recipients of the highest rating available to a primary care clinic by the Oregon Health Authority. We are now a 5 Star Patient-Centered Primary Care Home. Only a handful of pediatric clinics in the state of Oregon have earned this recognition. We are our region's only 5 Star pediatric clinic with its own fully integrated team of behavioral health specialists and social workers.
Night terrors in children can be downright scary for parents to witness. Unlike a nightmare, children typically don’t wake up from night terrors. During the episode, they may scream, shout, flail and kick, sit up in bed and appear terrorized. It is very difficult to wake, communicate with or console your child when this is happening.
Summer camps in Oregon have changed how they operate, due to concerns over COVID-19. Overnight camps for school-aged children are not permitted for 2020. Day camps may operate but with significant restrictions and additional safety protocols by following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and the Oregon Health Authority.