We are joining the long list of supporters for common-sense gun control outlined in Measure 114 on Oregon's November election ballot. Our support comes from a place of caring for children and families and knowing that background checks, education and gun permits are an important part of reducing gun violence.
I'm excited to introduce Journey Family Medicine, offering primary care for adults by applying our amazing model of integrating medical providers, behavioral health specialists and social workers to help adults achieve optimal health.
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.
Oregonians statewide are required to wear a face mask in all indoor, public spaces, effective July 1, 2020. This requirement applies to businesses and members of the public.
From Dr. Bradshaw – Coronavirus (COVID-19) is scary, but it is particularly worrisome to those of you who have children with chronic or severe medical problems.