News & Announcements
Young adults until the age of 24 may remain in our practice
Busy with college, work and just life in general, we found that young adults often fail to get the recommended annual check ups to maintain their good health. For this reason, our physicians have extended the age limit on our patients until their 24th birthday.
Urgent Care: Is It Worth the No Wait?
The best place for children to receive medical care is at a pediatrician's office. But, sometimes kids don't wait for office hours to get sick or injured. So, what should you do for those times when your baby runs a high fever during the night or your young athlete hurts his wrist at a weekend practice? It happens.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that in cases like these, you should never hesitate to call your pediatrician's office first, even if you know the office is closed. Pediatricians are very accustomed to taking phone calls at all times - day and night- and can often deal with problems over the phone. You are not bothering your pediatrician by calling. Click on the title above to read more...
Top Doctors X 3!!!
We are proud to announce that Halette Anderson, MD, Joseph Becker, DO and Lisa O'Mahony, MD were all selected as one of the 'Top Doctors' in Philadelphia Magazine for 2018. This prestigious honor was bestowed on them by their peers who nominated them as the very best in their field. As physicians with more than 100 years experience between them, we are happy and proud to call them our own. Cheers to another 100 years!
Have you gotten your Flu shot?
The CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) voted that live attenuated influenza vaccine, also known as the "nasal spray" flu vaccine, again, should not be used during the 2017-2018 flu season. The ACIP continues to recommend annual flu vaccination with the injectible vaccine for everyone 6 months and older.