Today, we’re talking with Dr. Schulman, the medical director from the south Florida region at After Hours Pediatrics, to answer some common questions from Urgent Care visitors and new parents.
Thank you to our episode partner: After Hours Pediatrics continually strives to promote health, comfort and well-being by providing a clean, friendly environment where children receive high-quality pediatric urgent care. After Hours Pediatrics Urgent Care offers seven convenient locations in Tampa Bay and South Florida, staffed by a team of board certified pediatricians. Founded in 1997, the practice is dedicated to supporting families and their physicians by delivering immediate medical attention to children, from newborns through 21 years of age, at times when their doctor’s office is closed.
Mentioned in this episode:
When should I come to Urgent Care?
After the hours of the pediatric office itself. When a child has a fever or wakes up with an ear infection would both be great times to stop by.
Urgent Care is open from:
What is actually considered a temperature/how should I take my child’s temperature?
Is green poop normal?
How to treat swimmer’s ear at home?
What are the youngest and older ages you’ve seen at After Hours?
What’s the best way to make sure my baby is getting enough vitamin D?
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