Due to the COVID-19 surge, our teams are prioritizing care for sick patients or those who need urgent care. We will resume scheduling routine appointments after February 14.
Your child’s well visit is safe and essential. Skipping vaccines puts your child at risk for life-threatening diseases like measles and whooping cough.
The temporary unit will address a shortage of child behavioral health services until new behavioral health hospital opens.
Some have considered not getting the vaccine because they’re worried about being able to get pregnant in the future. Baystate doctors break down the science.
Baystate Medical Center doctors considered this question and came up with a shared decision making guide for pregnant patients and their providers to help them decide whether or not to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Accidents are a leading cause of death for children. Learn how to set up a safe home.
Help your child adjust to wearing a facemask by setting a good example and taking it slow at first.
Lead screenings are down during the pandemic, but lead poisoning is on the rise.
Although it's good to let your kids rest and relax this summer, it's important to make sure they don't become couch potatoes.
WGBY Connecting Point: Dr. John O'Reilly discusses the very rare COVID-19 related disease which can be dangerous for children.
Art can be used as a therapeutic tool, serving as a vehicle for self-care and awareness.