The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed a camper at an overnight camp passed away from a Neisseria Meningitidis infection. The Health Department is directly involved and has contacted anyone who should receive prophylactic antibiotic due to increased risk from direct contact. The Health ... Read More!
Summer is here and it’s time to go swimming. Recently there have been multiple news reports of children dying days to weeks after swimming with seemingly no symptoms and their death is attributed to "dry drowning". Unfortunately most of these reports contain significant amounts of misinformation and ... Read More!
Ticks and Lyme: What you need to know for your kids By: Jennifer Shaer, M.D., Eric Levene, M.D., Kerry Fierstein, M.D. There has been a lot in the news recently about ticks and tick-borne infections, particularly Lyme disease. The CDC has warned that this summer ticks will be at ... Read More!
'Girl's Guide to Middle School' program open to all Monroe fifth grade girls PUBLISHED MAY 18, 2017 AT 7:01 PM (UPDATED MAY 18, 2017) Free program for fifth grade girls Sunday, June 11 5 p.m. South Orange Family YMCA, Monroe Register by June 5 at firstname.lastname@example.org MONROE — ... Read More!
(NY- April 20, 2016)—Jamee Goldstein, DO, of Allied Physicians Group’s Monroe Pediatrics, located at 70 Gilbert Street, in Monroe, NY, was presented with the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians (ACOP) 2016 Harold H. Finkel, DO and Arnold Melnick, DO Community Pediatrician of the Year Award ... Read More!