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.
Dr. John O'Reilly answers questions about COVID-19 vaccines for ages 5-11, and talks about the importance and safety of vaccination.
Baystate experts emphasize precautions and offer tips to help student athletes reduce their risk of getting COVID-19.
What are vaccines, and how do they work? Learn the facts from an infectious disease expert.
Now is the time to call your pediatrician to schedule your child’s back-to-school checkup.
Dr. Richard Romano shares tips to prevent people from drowning and what to do in a water emergency.
Youth mental health is in crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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.