Regular medical checkups are important for the healthy development of infants and toddlers, and they are covered by Medicaid.
Learn valuable skills, such as saving money on groceries, incorporating more fruits and vegetables into your diet, and being more active with your family.
Putting children and their families at ease is vital to Dr. Morey. This commitment is evident through the Disney character on her badge, the welcoming decor in the exam rooms, and the warm smiles that greet her patients.
We’re now open until 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 6 p.m. on Friday! Our extended hours are especially for children who are not feeling well.
Reading Express is a free weekly program that helps young children prepare for kindergarten. Parents/caregivers with children 2 months to 4 years old are welcome!
Patient medical records are not compromised, and patient care services are not impacted
We’re excited 🎉 to provide free backpacks and school supplies to children when they come in for their well-child checkups. Ages 3 to 13, through August 18, 2023.
Dear patients and families, This letter is to notify you of my resignation from Airline Children and Women's Health Center. My last day will be August 25th, 2023. Providing your children with healthcare over the last three years has been a great privilege. All the...
Equipping parents with the knowledge and tools they can use to prevent illness and keep their children healthy is a priority for Dr. Susan Fernandes, a pediatrician at Airline Children & Women’s Health Center.
If you have young kids, it’s especially important to protect them from the flu virus, because they have a greater chance of getting very sick.