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Best of Both Worlds

Children’s Medical Group Embraces technology While Adhering to Tried and True Traditional Care.   With the world entrenched in a seemingly all encompassing technological revolution, it will come as reassuring news to parents in Fairfield and Westchester counties that a…Read More

The Doctor Is In Top Ten list for Practical Parenting by Loretta Cody, MD.

    The Doctor Is In Top Ten list for Practical Parenting by Loretta Cody, MD. Article Source-The Magazine for Greenwich Hospital   Parents come to me for advice about their children all the time.  And I’m happy to share whatever…Read More

Congratulations Hannah!

Congratulations to our wonderful RN, Hannah, for completing the Marine Corp Marathon in Washington, DC. We are very proud (and in awe!)

Controlled substance prescriptions

For our patients who require controlled substance prescriptions: Please give one weeks notice if you need a refill because it must be prescribed by your child’s primary physician (who may or may not be available on the day of your…Read More

Tips-Factsheet

We would like to share these tips, from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, for a less stressful shot visit for your child.  We do believe that vaccines are imperative for your child’s health but do recognize that getting…Read More

Adolescent opioid use

In light of the growing adolescent opioid use problem in the United states, we would like to share the latest policy statement issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics. AAP: Offer Teens Medication-Assisted Tx for Opioid Addiction Treatment underused, severely…Read More

MENINGITIS B

Children’s Medical Group is now recommending that our patients, age 16-23, get vaccinated against meningococcal group B disease. also known as meningitis B. We are recommending the vaccine for those entering college and those already enrolled. Until 2014, there were…Read More

Parent Plus: Button batteries can cause injuries, death if swallowed

When you need to change a button battery, hunting down a screwdriver to open the tiny lid that covers the battery may seem like a nuisance. But the American Academy of Pediatrics urges parents to make sure the lid is…Read More

Parent Plus: Limit infants’ exposure to arsenic by feeding a variety of grains

If you feed your baby rice cereal, you might want to offer other grains like oatmeal and barley instead because rice contains a high amount of arsenic. A natural element, arsenic is found in water, air and soil. It is…Read More

Important Announcement – Please Read

Dear CMG Family and Friends: This is not an easy letter for me to write. As of June 17, 2016, my family and I will be relocating to the Virginia Beach area. I have chosen to explore opportunities in the…Read More

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Congratulations Hannah!

Congratulations to our wonderful RN, Hannah, for completing the Marine Corp Marathon in Washington, DC. We are very proud (and in awe!)

Controlled substance prescriptions

For our patients who require controlled substance prescriptions: Please give one weeks notice if you need a refill because it must be prescribed by your child’s primary physician (who may or may not be available on the day of your…Read More

Adolescent opioid use

In light of the growing adolescent opioid use problem in the United states, we would like to share the latest policy statement issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics. AAP: Offer Teens Medication-Assisted Tx for Opioid Addiction Treatment underused, severely…Read More