DUE TO COVID-19 WE ARE TAKING EXTRA PRECAUTIONS WITH ALL OF OUR PATIENTS. WE HAVE TEMPORARILY CHANGED OUR OFFICE HOURS AND ARE NOW OFFERING TELEVISITS FOR CERTAIN PROBLEMS. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A TELEMEDICINE VISIT, PLEASE CALL DURING OFFICE HOURS AND WE WILL BE HAPPY TO DISCUSS OPTIONS WITH YOU.
We are currently transitioning to a new computer system with Advocare. We apologize in advance for any delays this may cause as we get accustomed to using this new system. Please bear with us while we adjust! Thank you!
Measles is common in Europe, Asia, the Pacific, and Africa. Before you travel tell your doctor where you are traveling! Babies as young as 6 months of age can be vaccinated prior to travel. After you travel call your doctor if anyone gets a fever and rash within 3 weeks of returning from your trip. Describe where you traveled. You can also call Cooper Hospital Travel Clinic 856-342-2439 or 856-968-7251 with any additional travel vaccination questions or concerns.
Dr. Rickey was recently featured in a TV news interview to discuss the importance of children getting their flu vaccine to help prevent the flu. Click HERE
to watch the interview (the interview will play after a brief commercial).
A guide to commonly missed warning signs for Type 1 Diabetes. Warning signs can be mistaken for more common illnesses. If you think your child may be suffering from any of these symptoms please call the office for an appointment.
Acetaminophen Concentration changes in medications for infants. All updates and information can be found by clicking the link.
Vaccines are available with our nurses year-round on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5:30pm through 7:30pm. Call the office to make your vaccine appointments during the available scheduled times only. These appointments do not take much time at all so you can be in, out, and on with your busy schedule! **Please note that PPD placements/reads, allergy shots, and special vaccines (hormone, antiobiotic, etc.) cannot be made with the vaccine clinic nurses.**