Due to the potential impacts from Hurricane Zeta, our office will be open on October 28 for morning appointments only. Stay safe!
Flu shots for the 2020-2021 season have arrived! Please call us to schedule your appointment!
We plan to operate our normal business hours for Wednesday, August 26! If there is a change in the storm’s course, we will adjust plans for the afternoon. Please check here or Facebook for updates.
*IMPORTANT REMINDER REGARDING WELL VISITS FOR YOUR CHILDREN* Preventive care, including well visits and vaccines, is of utmost importance during this time. As the city begins phase one of re-opening, our doctors continue to be available to meet the needs
To Our Hales Pediatrics families: As our state and city officials consider the complexities of reopening our communities, we would like to remind our families that our clinic has adjusted to safely care for you. Pediatric care is an essential
To all of our Hales Pediatrics families: We continue to work hard to adjust to current recommendations for COVID-19 management, and, of utmost importance, to remain readily available to our families. Pediatric care is an essential need in our community,
AS OF TODAY, HALES PEDIATRICS TELEMEDICINE IS UP AND RUNNING. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT. IN ADDITION TO OUR AFTERNOON CLINIC PATIENTS, WE WILL BE VIRTUALLY “SEEING” YOUR CHILDREN DURING THE HOURS OF 1-4 PM. DETAILS WILL
We continue to adhere to the ever changing recommendations from the CDC and local health authorities regarding patient care, infection control, and appropriate isolation practices. Currently, we plan to see well children in the clinic during our morning hours for
We, at Hales Pediatrics, are working to stay proactive amidst this ever changing environment. As of March 16, we are enacting a few changes to help keep our children and families safe: Well visits for our patients will take place
We are working closely with health care officials regarding novel coronavirus (COVID 19). If any of our families have specific concerns, including possible exposure to the virus, symptoms, or travel questions, we encourage you to reach out to us by phone