Information on Monkeypox

ABCD Children's Pediatrics

Currently, the risk of monkeypox infection to the public remains low. Individuals should be aware of the symptoms of monkeypox and seek medical attention if they experience new, unexplained rashes or skin lesions. Recently identified cases have involved skin lesions in the genital, groin, and anal regions that might be confused with rashes caused by common diseases such as herpes and syphilis. Other early symptoms of monkeypox include fever, chills, and swollen lymph nodes. More information here.

 

 

Thank you for your patience and understanding over the last couple of weeks while we have migrated to a new medical records system that will offer a better experience for our patients. Great news! You can now send a NON-URGENT question through our new patient portal and one of our staff members will call you back within 24 business hours.

If your child is sick and needs an appointment right away, on-demand telemedicine visits are still available via KidzDocNow. Your child will be seen by pediatricians that are part of our network. Download the app from your Apple or Android devise or visit http://www.kidzdocnow.us/