Medicaid Husky B, also known as Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a national program which as been around for many years has been routinely funded by the Congress. However, this year, because of all the current political issues in … Continue reading →
Pediatric Healthcare Associates had a team at this years Vicki Soto 5K Run in Stratford this past Saturday. It was a gorgeous, but chilly day. We plan on being there again next year with a larger team! Here are a few pictures … Continue reading →
THANK YOU for helping us achieve another successful Supply Drive for our Troops! Carol Weinshel picked up the supplies today that have been generously donated by our patients, staff and doctors. Carol will definitely be busy for awhile creating Support Packages for the … Continue reading →
On Thursday evening October 12, Pediatric Healthcare Associates, at 50 Unquowa Place, Fairfield, CT – on the site of the old Blinn’s Toy Store – hosted a Physician’s Open House to celebrate the one year anniversary of opening our doors … Continue reading →
NEW Connecticut State Law Effective October 1, 2017 Infants must be in a rear-facing car seat until they are 2 years of age AND 30 pounds. Children 2 years of age (and 30 pounds) to 5 years of age (and … Continue reading →
We’re thrilled to introduce the newest addition to our team of PHA providers, Katelin Dressel, LPC. Katelin is a Mental Health Specialist and will be seeing patients in our Trumbull office. We can’t wait for you to meet her!
Over the last several years across the country, there has been a significant increase in concerns regarding behavioral and developmental challenges facing our children and their families. The issues of anxiety, depression, family disruptions and substance abuse, as well as … Continue reading →
We’re excited to announce that Dominique Harper, P.A. has joined our medical staff and will be seeing patients in our Trumbull office. You can learn more about Dominique by visiting her bio page here.
What is Pre-Concussion Screening (Baseline ImPACT Test) & why is it important? The test is to establish a baseline for future use in helping to determine the best post-concussion treatment if your child should be injured in a sporting or … Continue reading →
While starting a new school year can be exciting for many kids, it can also be stressful for families when they are faced with the expense of buying new clothes, shoes, and other supplies. Pediatric Healthcare Associates is once again hosting … Continue reading →