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13 Oct2022October 13, 2022 8:58 pm
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Kids First Welcomes Emilyn Wagner, NP to Team

Kids First Welcomes Emilyn Wagner, NP to Team

Kids First Pediatrics of Raleigh and Clayton is thrilled to welcome Emilyn Wagner, NP to our team of Nurse Practitioners. Emilyn is a family nurse practitioner who loves caring for children from birth through adolescence! She enjoys forming relationships with her patients and their families and watching them grow and gain independence over the years....

18 Feb2022March 16, 2022 10:48 pm
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Free COVID Vaccine Clinic

Free COVID Vaccine Clinic

Kids First Pediatrics of Raleigh will offer COVID-19 vaccinations every 3 weeks on Saturday at the Raleigh location. Please call us (919-250-3478 ) to schedule appointments. Vaccinations are for current Kids First patients only. ⁠ Upcoming Dates: Saturday, March 19th at Raleigh Saturday, April 9th at Raleigh ⁠

14 Feb2022February 14, 2022 10:23 pm
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Omicron & Kids

Omicron & Kids

Does omicron affect children differently than other COVID variants, and how concerned should I be? Answer ​​​Omicron has proven to be the most contagious COVID-19 variant of the pandemic so far. The main difference with Omicron is the sheer number of kids getting sick at the same time. Without vaccines and boosters for younger children,...

18 Nov2021November 18, 2021 4:53 pm
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Meet Cristi Finch

Meet Cristi Finch

Cristi is a pediatric nurse practitioner who absolutely loves working with children and their families. She has always known she wanted to work with children and has spent the last five years working on the Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplant unit at Duke University Hospital. She loves to work collaboratively with her patients and their families to develop long-lasting, trusting relationships.

18 Nov2021November 18, 2021 4:46 pm
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Holiday Decorating Safety Tips

Holiday Decorating Safety Tips

Twinkly lights, candles, holiday trees, plants, ornaments, and other decorations are an important part of holiday celebrations. Besides being festive and fun, the decorations your family brings out every year can help children feel connected to family traditions. See tips from AAP on how to make sure your decorations are safe.

18 Nov2021November 18, 2021 8:40 pm
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It’s Not Too Late For A Flu Shot

It’s Not Too Late For A Flu Shot

The first semester of school is nearing an end, kids are well into sports seasons, the weather is changing and the Holidays are upon us. While it may seem that the worst of the flu season is behind us, flu season is still in full swing. And it is not too late for you and...

16 Aug2021October 19, 2021 8:32 pm
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Immunizations For Kids

Immunizations For Kids

Why is it so important for my kids to get caught up on their childhood immunizations during the COVID-19 pandemic? Shaunte Anum-Addo, MD, FAAP Answer Although you are probably juggling a lot of responsibilities right now, making sure your children are up-to-date on their shots is one of the best things you can do to...