News & Events

Flu shots 2017-2018

Williamsville Pediatric Center will be offering walk in flu shot clinics on the following dates:EVERY SATURDAY - 8:30-11:00 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29 AND DECEMBER 6,  FROM 5:30 P - 7:00 PWe have ample supply of the inject-able vaccine for private insurances and limited amounts for Medicaid insurance lines.     There is no nasal flu vaccine again... Continue Reading »

Walk-In Sick Visits!

Starting on Wednesday, September 6, Williamsville Pediatric Center is happy to annouce that we will be offering Walk-In Sick Visits.    The walk-in hours will be as follows:  Monday      6pm-7:30pmTue-Fri       8am-9:30amThese times are meant for new, acute complaints such as cough, sore throat, ear ache, or rash.If your child has a chronic or complicated issue, you... Continue Reading »

New HPV Vaccine Schedule Gives Reason to Start Early

Press Release from the CDC For Immediate Release: Wednesday October 19, 2016CDC today recommended that 11- to 12-year-olds receive two doses of HPV vaccine at least six months apart rather than the previously recommended three doses to protect against cancers caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infections. Teens and young adults who start the series later, at ages 15 through 26 years,... Continue Reading »

Asthma

Asthma is the most common chronic disease of childhood.   At Williamsville Pediatric Center we are committed to providing the latest in advance asthma care.   All of our providers are well trained in asthma care, including spirometry (lung function testing), staging, medication use, and trigger avoidance. Asthma Educator We have in our office a Certified Asthma Educator, as approved by the... Continue Reading »

WPC Shows High Quality Markers

In our continuing effort to keep our quality of care measures working to the top of our capabilities, we often review our performance through information provided by our insurance carriers.   One of the important markers that Williamsville Pediatrics often reviews is our generic medication use.   Using generic medications whenever possible helps in controlling costs to the patient/parent as... Continue Reading »

Summer Safety Tips!

Summer is right around the corner, or so they say!  Here in Buffalo, it feels like we are never going to get the warm weather this year.Summer time is a big time to think about safety.  There are so many potentials for harm.  Keep your family safe this summer by following some of these tips:Fun in the sun:Remember, the... Continue Reading »

ADHD Parent Support Group

Williamsville Pediatrics is proud to announce the creation of ourADHD Parent Support Group Join other parents in the journey of parenting a child with ADHD.   Get information from expert speakers, spend time with other parents for support, information and connection. Meetings will be held at Williamsville Pediatrics, 2733 Wehrle Drive, Suite 100, Williamsville, NY. Third Monday of each month (starting April 18,... Continue Reading »

Fever – Myths vs Facts

Many parents have false beliefs myths about fever. They think fever will hurt their child. They worry and lose sleep when their child has a fever. This is called fever phobia. In fact, fevers are harmless and often helpful. Let these facts help you better understand fever.MYTH. My child feels warm, so she has a fever.FACT. Children can feel warm... Continue Reading »

Flu Vaccines 2015-2016

The CDC has determined that this year's flu vaccine is 3 times more effective than last year's.    Flu activity is still on the increase in New York State.   We still have limited quantities of the nasal flu vaccine - call the office at 631-3510 to schedule your vaccine appointment!  General Flu Vaccination Information Why should people get vaccinated against the flu? Influenza is a serious... Continue Reading »