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Flu Vaccine

The single best way to prevent the flu is to get vaccinated each year. We administer the influenza vaccine to our patients in the fall and winter, with the goal of giving protection before the illness hits the area…



Head Lice

Head lice are a common problem of school-aged children. It doesn’t matter how clean, dirty, rich or poor you are. Even though head lice may be a nuisance, they do not cause serious illness or carry disease. …




Playing sports carries some risk of injury. Parents and coaches need to be made aware if your child has hit their head or is having symptoms of a head injury, even if it means stopping play. Athletes with suspected concussions should not return to play until they see a doctor. …




Caring for infants, children and adolescents from birth to 21 years of age

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The only full service pediatricians in Cumberland. We have admitting privileges at the Western Maryland Health System and take care of our patients when they need us the most.


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Respiratory Syncytial Virus

Respiratory viruses occur frequently during the winter season. One virus that affects adults and children but can cause complications for babies under one year of age is respiratory syncytial virus or RSV. In adults and older children, this virus usually causes a... read more

TV Watching

Supervise what your child watches on television. Many adult themes found on shows throughout the day are inappropriate for viewing by children. Set limits on the amount of TV watching time. Encourage more reading time or time spent playing outside. Time spent reading... read more


Rotavirus season is here. This virus causes a moderate to severe amount of diarrhea and vomiting. Many infants and toddlers who contract Rotavirus become dehydrated and need medical attention. Fortunately, a vaccine, which is not a shot, but given by mouth, is now... read more

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