-PAA Gives Back-
We here at PAA are proud to announce the beginning of a new relationship with Carpenter's Shelter, the largest homeless shelter in Northern Virginia. This organization provides various programs that have been paramount to helping those in unfortunate circumstances. In trying to assist in the cause of Carpenter's Shelter, we are organizing a food drive. We have placed a donation box in the lobby of our office and have begun accepting nonperishable food items. In order for this endeavor to be successful PAA needs your help. Please share this honor of giving back with us, thank you.
We now offer
All-Day Walk-in "SICK" Appointments.
Established Patients Only
If you have a specific provider that you would like to see, We ask that you call to schedule a sick visit with them.
Walk-in visits are on a first come basis, with the next available provider.
Flu Clinics; It's not too late to get your flu shot; call our office to schedule your child's appointment".
Beat the rush...
Call now to schedule your child's yearly and/or sports physical
For more information on the Affordable Care Act please visit: healthcare.gov
Pediatric Associates is now offering the Tdap Vaccine for parents and caregivers
Ask our Receptionist about our Patient Portal
New HPV Vaccine Recommendations include routine use of quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV4, Gardasil) in boys 11-12 years of age.
For more information refer to links below:
The AAP and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in two separate guidelines, recommended that children should use rear-facing car seats until age 2 and that those age 12 and below should ride in the back seat. The AAP said in its recommendation, published in Pediatrics, that parents should switch to rear-facing car seats that can support heavier children up to age 2 when their child outgrows the weight limits on an infant car seat.
Download the Free HealthyChildren.org App!
HealthyChildren.org is now available on the go as a free app for iPhones, iPads and Android devices.