https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/Bloom1a.jpg 630 1500 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2023-07-13 15:42:552023-07-13 15:53:07The Vaccine Machine Drives Bloom Pediatrics to New Heights
The Vaccine Machine, the brainchild of Dr. Katie Schafer and colleagues at Bloom Pediatrics, started a journey that led them to connect with the community in lasting ways they didn’t expect. Saying ‘yes’ and jumping in with only the beginnings of a plan – and a firm commitment to a good cause – taught the team to think outside the box and lean into the unknown.
https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/pronouns1.png 559 1000 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2022-10-20 15:09:152022-10-20 16:21:12Gender-Affirming Care is Whole-Person Care: Integrating Behavioral Health and Independent Pediatrics
Transgender and gender-diverse (TGD) youth are increasingly reaching out to pediatric providers for support—be it medical care, education, or referrals to specialist. Yet some providers feel less than prepared to meet the needs of TGD youth and their families. Licensed therapist Theresa Hall speaks to the unique experience of TGD youth in the healthcare system, and how pediatricians can best support them.
https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/USVI.jpg 1000 1500 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2022-03-23 14:31:472022-03-23 14:31:47Close Communities from Far Away: Partners4Kids in the U.S. Virgin Islands
Five years after a series of hurricanes devastated the U.S. Virgin Islands, Dr. Cecilia Penn is optimistic about the future of her practice, Partners4Kids. Although the COVID-19 pandemic has dealt another blow to the community, she’s staying focused on the bigger picture, always coming back to the needs of the families she serves.
https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/Alaska-Marine-Highway.jpg 994 1500 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2021-12-17 17:03:212022-03-23 14:26:56Close Communities from Far Away: Glacier Pediatrics in Juneau, Alaska
Glacier Pediatrics in Juneau, Alaska, serves communities along the Alaska Marine Highway, which snakes through 3,500 miles of coastline and connects 30 communities. The team is focused on expanding health care access in this rural region through implementing telehealth and partnering with pediatric specialists.
https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/gettyimages-1228271102.jpg 1000 1500 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2021-11-11 14:41:282021-11-11 17:34:26Parental Choice, Public Health, and Vaccine Hesitancy in Tennessee
A government mandate in Tennessee has prohibited the Department of Health from doing vaccine outreach and education to Tennessee youth. What does this mandate signify about the relationship between the Tennessee legislature and the medical community? And how might the mandate impact independent pediatricians? Dr. Suzanne Berman, an independent pediatrician in Crossville, TN, speaks to the issue with an on-the-ground perspective.
https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/sandy-feet.jpg 1000 1500 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2021-09-15 16:30:102022-03-23 14:26:58Close Communities from Far Away: How Keānuenue Pediatrics Fights for the Underdog
In October of 2020, Dr. Jasmine Waipa founded Keānuenue Pediatrics in Honolulu, Hawai`i, with a goal to create a small practice atmosphere with a tech-forward approach. As a Native Hawaiian pediatrician, she is passionate about addressing health disparities.
https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/shutterstock_1688618119.jpg 852 1500 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2021-08-12 17:25:172021-10-13 20:12:33A Female-Driven Future: Six Essential Tips for Success
The evidence is undeniable -- female physicians will continue to outnumber their male counterparts in the coming years. Dr. Katrina Skinner, founder of Women in Pediatrics, joins a panel of female practice owners to discuss how the face of healthcare and pediatrics is changing and to share advice they wish they had received when starting out on their own.
https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/fall_river_massachusetts.jpg 833 1500 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2021-07-15 17:53:542021-07-15 17:53:54Building Community Ties in the Spindle City: Pediatric Associates of Fall River
At Pediatric Associates of Fall River, the practice’s eight pediatricians, one nurse practitioner and roughly 50 staff members – many of whom are locals – are united in a common goal to bring high quality health care to this underserved city in southern Massachusetts.
https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/LocT2_675_374_c1.jpg 831 1500 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2021-05-27 13:02:012021-05-27 13:02:01“Come Learn With Me:” Teaching the Next Generation of Pediatricians
Dr. Chris Peltier wants to help community pediatricians fall in love with teaching. He’s learned through more than two decades of experience how rewarding it is to help medical students and residents learn the art and science of pediatrics. He also knows it is possible to effectively teach while still meeting business objectives and offering top notch patient care.
https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/Pelican-Pediatrics.jpg 1000 1500 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2021-03-30 20:06:022021-03-30 20:10:34Trust and Reassurance: Serving a Diversity of Patients in South Carolina
Dr. Eliza Varadi, the owner of Pelican Pediatrics in Charleston, South Carolina, has made it her goal to serve a diversity of patients from a multitude of backgrounds. Spurred in part by her own immigrant experience as a child, she has built a team that reflects the community she serves.