Well Visits during COVID-19 pandemic
We are still recommending children come in for their well visits during this pandemic, especially if they are due for any vaccinations. It is even more important now that our children remain vaccinated.Keep Reading
First, we want to say thank you so much to our patients and families for your patience and flexibility during this time. Here are some important updates regarding procedures and protocol:
Due to limited need for patient ill visits, we have decided to discontinue evening hours until further notice. As of now, all 3 of our locations will remain open and we will continue to see all well-visit appointments during our morning hours and ill visit appointments in our afternoon hours.Keep Reading
We are now offering TELEHEALTH visits!
In an effort to best serve your family, we are now offering telehealth visits for qualifying appointments. If you have a current appointment that qualifies, we will call you with instructions. If you make a new appointment and it qualifies for telehealth, you will be given instructions at that time. We do have providers available, too, to see your child if needed. We have shared that we are taking precautions for our staff's and our patients' safety. We are here for you if you need us!Keep Reading
New Waiting Room Policy
In an effort to further ensure patient safety, we will be eliminating any waiting in our waiting rooms for the forseeable future.
Beginning Tuesday, March 17th, all patients will be required to wait in their cars until your room is available.
When you arrive at the office, please text 513-234-4012. Please include the patient's name and the office location where you are waiting.Keep Reading
NECP COVID-19 Response
At Northeast Peds your child’s health and well-being is our top priority. We are currently working diligently to stay abreast of the situation regarding COVID19. We have already taken measures in our offices to help limit the spread of this virus including increasing cleaning procedures, removing all toys and books from the waiting room, requiring online check-in prior to all appointments and asking that families limit the number of adults bringing children to the office.Keep Reading
Novel Coronavirus - COVID-19
The medical staff of Northeast Cincinnati Pediatrics continues to be committed to the health and well-being of all of our patients and their families. In the midst of the current Coronavirus pandemic, we would like to take this opportunity to reassure you that while we continue to give quality care to our patients, we are actively monitoring and implementing the rapidly changing guidelines from the CDC and Ohio Department of Health.Keep Reading
Parenting A Child with ADHD
The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated the guidelines for diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of ADHD. In this update, the recommended primary intervention for children with ADHD and children with ADHD-like behaviors whose diagnosis is not yet verified is Parent Training in Behavior Management (PTBM).Keep Reading
Social Hour for Girls Group
Is your teen: lonely or struggling to make friends; Feeling socially awkward or experiencing social anxiety; Withdrawn and spending a lot of time in her room; Saying “I am so stressed”? Consider joining one of our social groups for Girls.Keep Reading
Autism Awareness Month Raffle
April is Autism Awareness Month and NECP CARES will be selling raffle tickets for four different baskets which have been created by our amazing staff. For more information about the baskets, click 'keep reading' below.Keep Reading
We’re going ELECTRONIC!!
We are excited to announce that Northeast Cincinnati Pediatrics will be converting to Electronic Medical Records as of May 19th. Click below for more information.Keep Reading