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Pediatric Urgent Care Blog

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    June Duck of the Month

    - by Melissa Bauman

    Our mascot, Dr. Duck, and his friends love comforting patients when they visit Urgent Care for Kids. Since Urgent Care for Kids opened, we use rubber ducks as a way to reward and show our appreciation for our “little ducklings.” When they leave our clinics, our patients get to hold onto these ducks to remind them Dr. Duck is always here to ensure a healthy future for them and their family. Each month, our patients and their families vote via social media for our next Duck of the Month. We are thrilled to present our Surfer Ducks as our June…

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    Urgent Care for Kids Featured on City Mom’s Blog, Just Add Sprinkles

    - by Melissa Bauman

    We had the pleasure of partnering with one of our favorite mom networks, City Mom’s Blog! The series stretches from coast to coast and dives into all things pregnancy, parenting, mom must haves and everything in between. Urgent Care for Kids is proud to sponsor Episode 15 of their new Just Add Sprinkles podcast. We begin this edition with the daunting realization of summertime, and all of us moms with school-age kids are feeling the same way…we’re tired. We’re done with homework. Done with lunches. Done with drop-offs and pick-ups. But, guess what summer is just around the corner…so now…

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    Sore Throat vs. Strep Throat

    - by Melissa Bauman

    Is your child complaining about a painful scratchy throat? Are they having difficulty swallowing? Not sure whether these symptoms are a result of sore throat or strep throat? Luckily, we are here to help! We asked three of Urgent Care for Kids’ pediatric trained providers to help differentiate the two. The Break Down What is Sore Throat? Pharyngitis is a common complaint for children and teens. Pharyngitis (sore throat) is usually caused by viruses. Sometimes, there is a bacterial cause such as from streptococcus bacteria, which can result in a strep throat infection. There are many other causes of sore…

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    Meet Dr. Adolfo Flores, North Texas Medical Director!

    - by Melissa Bauman

    At Urgent Care for Kids, it’s our privilege and priority to offer the most sincere and expert pediatric care and customer service to you and your family. We aim to respect your time because we know it is limited and offer a welcoming and at-ease environment in the wake of unexpected or worrisome events. It takes a special person to pursue a career in medicine and, more specifically, pediatrics – one of which is our leading pediatrician and North Texas Medical Director, Dr. Adolfo Flores! His years of experience and big heart for little patients makes kiddos and their families…

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    May Duck of the Month

    - by Melissa Bauman

    Our mascot, Dr. Duck, and his friends love comforting patients when they visit Urgent Care for Kids. Since Urgent Care for Kids opened, we use rubber ducks as a way to reward and show our appreciation for our “little ducklings.” When they leave our clinics, our patients get to hold onto these ducks to remind them Dr. Duck is always here to ensure a healthy future for them and their family. Each month, our patients and their families vote via social media for our next Duck of the Month. We are thrilled present our Mermaid Ducks as our May Duck…

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    Service Update: Sports Physicals Discount

    - by Christine Walsh

    Spring has sprung, and so has the new sports season! Whether you need a physical for extracurricular activities, sports leagues, or school sports, run to our board-certified physicians/pediatric trained nurse practitioners to do the job. We offer sports physicals seven days a week, no appointments necessary. Why Your Child Needs a Physical: If your child is participating in a spring sport, it is likely they will need a sports physical as clearance to play during the season. Sports physicals are a safe way to assess if your child is healthy enough to participate. What to Expect: Although physical examinations tend…

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    Family Technology Safety with Sagiss

    - by Christine Walsh

    Can you imagine a day without an internet connection? A computer? Your cell phone? Technology has gained a huge presence in our households and lives over the years, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Take the healthcare field for example. Never has a doctor been able to hold a consultation with their patient via video for minor illness until now. And thanks to services like TeleCare for Kids, patients and their families are able to connect with medical professionals when and where they need to when it matters the most. Technology is revolutionary! And just like every advancement comes…

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    April Duck of the Month

    - by Christine Walsh

    Our mascot, Dr. Duck, and his friends love comforting patients when they visit Urgent Care for Kids. Since Urgent Care for Kids opened, we use rubber ducks as a way to reward and show our appreciation for our “little ducklings.” When they leave our clinics, our patients get to hold onto these ducks to remind them Dr. Duck is always here to ensure a healthy future for them and their family. Each month, our patients and their families vote via social media for our next Duck of the Month. We are thrilled present our Easter Ducks as our April Duck…

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    Spring into Classroom Health

    - by Christine Walsh

    As your kiddos prepare to head back to school from spring break, beware of those pesky illnesses that come with being around their peers again. The rise in pollen and seasonal allergies aren’t helping either! And let’s not forget the flu, while on it’s downhill slide, is still out there. We sat down with Courtney Szudarski, a 5th and 6th grade teacher at Fairview Elementary, for tips on staying healthy during the school year. After all, your little one only needs to take home their homework and not the playground germs. Courtney Szudarski, a 5th and…

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    Meet Dr. Anirudh Saronwala, Supervising Pediatric Provider!

    - by Christine Walsh

    It’s our mission to care for your children like they are our own, respect your time because it is limited, and offer quality care for you and your children when it matters most. Every team member at Urgent Care for Kids is invested in this goal and in providing the best customer service and pediatric urgent care – one of which is our supervising provider in Houston, Texas, Dr. Anirudh Saronwala. Read more to learn more about one of our pediatricians and what he has to say about the patient experience you and your family can receive at Urgent Care for…

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    March Duck of the Month

    - by Christine Walsh

    Our mascot, Dr. Duck, and his friends love comforting patients when they visit Urgent Care for Kids. Since Urgent Care for Kids opened, we use rubber ducks as a way to reward and show our appreciation for our “little ducklings.” When they leave our clinics, our patients get to hold onto these ducks to remind them Dr. Duck is always here to ensure a healthy future for them and their family. Each month, our patients and their families vote via social media for our next Duck of the Month. We are thrilled present our Superhero Ducks as our March Duck…

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    Urgent Care for Kids closes on the purchase of Pediatric Urgent Care of Fort Worth’s Alliance clinic

    - by Christine Walsh

    FORT WORTH, TX – Urgent Care for Kids acquires Pediatric Urgent Care of Fort Worth located at 3400 Texas Sage Trail effective March 1, 2018. This marks Urgent Care for Kids’ fifth Dallas-Forth Worth clinic venture and third addition to their north Texas portfolio in the last eight months. Urgent Care for Kids in Alliance is open from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekends. “There are few urgent care options in today’s healthcare space specifically for children,” said Brian White, CEO of Urgent Care for Kids. “Urgent Care for Kids sufficiently fills this gap…

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    February Duck of the Month

    - by Christine Walsh

    Our mascot, Dr. Duck, and his friends love comforting patients when they visit Urgent Care for Kids. Since Urgent Care for Kids opened, we use rubber ducks as a way to reward and show our appreciation for our “little ducklings.” When they leave our clinics, our patients get to hold onto these ducks to remind them Dr. Duck is always here to ensure a healthy future for them and their family. Each month, our patients and their families vote via social media for our next Duck of the Month. We are thrilled present our Valentine’s Ducks as our February Duck…

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    Why Urgent Care for Kids? Featuring VP of Operations Pamela Dean

    - by Christine Walsh

    When you hear healthcare practices talk about a patient’s experience, what does that mean? At Urgent Care for Kids, we firmly believe our patient’s experience begins the moment you choose us for your child’s urgent care needs. It is shaped by every interaction you have with our staff and services. Simply put, the level of expertise and the attention and care we provide are equally important to the way it’s received. Our trained and accredited pediatricians, pediatric providers, and team members are truly invested in the health of your little ones. One of our team members sat down with us…

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    Sneak Peek at TeleCare for Kids and TelePods

    - by Christine Walsh

    So what is this news about Urgent Care for Kids and pediatric telemedicine in Texas? Putting it simply – we’re keeping the same, expert care your little one receives in our clinics and offering it online too. TeleCare for Kids, our new online and on-demand pediatric telemedicine experience, allows your family to receive care from our Texas-based Urgent Care for Kids providers wherever you are, all through video. This is currently the first-ever pediatric telemedicine option available to families in Texas. We are proud to pioneer such an important and needed initiative! Urgent Care for Kids is also launching TelePods,…

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    January Duck of the Month

    - by Christine Walsh

    Our mascot, Dr. Duck, and his friends love comforting patients when they visit Urgent Care for Kids. Since Urgent Care for Kids opened, we use rubber ducks as a way to reward and show our appreciation for our “little ducklings.” When they leave our clinics, our patients get to hold onto these ducks to remind them Dr. Duck is always here to ensure a healthy future for them and their family. Each month, our patients and their families vote via social media for our next Duck of the Month. We are thrilled present our Nurse Ducks as our January Duck…

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    Urgent Care for Kids Invests in Telemedicine and Expansion Efforts

    - by Christine Walsh

    Urgent Care for Kids Raises $6.35 Million in Series A Funding from Kayne NewRoad Ventures Fund II and Dozier Capital Partners, LLC This round of financing will be used primarily for new clinics and launching a pediatric telemedicine platform. Dallas-Fort-Worth, TX – Urgent Care for Kids, the premier pediatric urgent care provider in Texas and one of the top companies in this specialized field in the United States, today announced its $6.35-million round of Series A financing. The round is co-led by Kayne NewRoad Ventures Fund II (KNRV) and Dozier Capital Partners.   The funding will enable Urgent Care for…

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    Dr. Duck Cares – Food Bank Drive

    - by Christine Walsh

    As we get ready to ring in the new year, our Urgent Care for Kids team has reflected upon what matters to us most. Family. This most recent holiday season has brought the importance of family and community to front of mind, and we as an organization want to echo this into 2018. That is why we are hosting a food drive for the North Texas Food Bank and Houston Regional Food Back until January 18! These organizations are right in our DFW and Houston backyards, and we want to make a meaningful impact in the communities we care so deeply…

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    OPEN for Christmas and New Year’s

    - by Christine Walsh

    At Urgent Care for Kids, it’s our mission to care for your children like they are our own and provide quality care for your family when you need it the most. That’s why we are open every day of the year. We will be open Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Years from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Should your child require urgent care attention, don’t hesitate to utilize our easy online check-in feature so you can get back to what matters, spending time with family. Happy Holidays from our family to yours! Urgent Care for Kids has four Dallas-Fort Worth…

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    Dr. Duck’s Favorite Christmas Crafts

    - by Christine Walsh

    This time of the year brings about so much happiness and many fond memories. Quality time spent with family, delicious food and wonderful presents – the list of our favorite things goes on! In between the holiday season prepping and excitement, one way to make the most of down time during winter break with your little ones is an arts and crafts project. Who knew kiddos (and adults) could be such DIYers! Here are a few of Dr. Duck’s favorite holiday crafts that never go out of style. Hand Print Snowmen This is a super cute, fun and easy way…