Our Holiday Hours

Thanksgiving – Closed Day after Thanksgiving – 8am-12pm No walk ins, Billing Department Closed December 23-27 – No Walk ins. Patients by appointment only.  Christmas Eve – 8am-12pm No walk ins, Billing Department Closed Christmas Day – Closed Day after Christmas … Continue reading

Tips to Keep Your Children Safe Over the Holidays

The holidays are a time for family get togethers, traditions, and treats. A lot of strange things will be introduced to your young ones for the first time. Unfortunately, children and new things sometimes add up to hospital visits. The following … Continue reading

How to Make Thanksgiving Fun and Healthy For Your Kids!

Yep…Thanksgiving is the favorite holiday for some of us, so we’ve put together some tips to make the holiday healthy and fun this year! Involve Your Kids In Preparing For the Big Day! Make Thanksgiving decorations Plan activities for your … Continue reading

Facts About The Common Cold And What To Do About Them…

A runny nose, scratchy throat, and nonstop sneezing — you can’t miss the signs of a cold. But mystery shrouds a lot of other things about it. It has been around for centuries, and there is no cure. There is … Continue reading

Aleya Nelson Wins the October Drawing For a $25 Dave & Buster’s Card! Sign On To Our Guest WiFi And You Could Win Next Month!

Aleya Nelson was picked randomly from a list of people who have signed in to Pediatrics of Florence’s Guest WiFi.  How You Can Enter Yourself to Win… Sign-in to our free WiFi just once and you will automatically be entered … Continue reading

Latest Flu Information – Who Should Get the Flu Vaccine and Our Flu Shot and Mist Supply…

We have a limited supply of Flu shots and mist available for both private and state insured patients! No appointment necessary! CDC recommends every child ages 6 months and up receive a flu vaccine every year. Walkup Flu Shot Clinics… … Continue reading

Being Unvaccinated is the Main Reason Patients Who Have the Flu Become Hospitalized

Of those who have the flu and become hospitalized, only 23.6% of them have been vaccinated according to a research letter published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. Hospital records from Duke University Medical Center in Durham, … Continue reading

Did You Know that Pediatrics of Florence Can Complete Your Child’s Physical and It’s Usually Covered 100% By Insurance?

Did You Also Know… Your child will get all recommended screenings and immunizations on the spot? We can fill out any additional paper work needed for no extra charge for a year? We can deal with any problems that may … Continue reading

How to Properly Apply Sunscreen on Your Children and Stay Safe Playing In the Sun…

You can keep your kids safe AND enjoying the beautiful sunny weather! Just a few serious sunburns can increase your child’s risk of skin cancer later in life. Kids don’t have to be at the pool, beach, or on vacation … Continue reading

How to Recognize, Prevent, & Care For Cellulitis

Cellulitis is a skin infection affecting the tissues beneath the skin. Different types of bacteria can cause cellulitis and the most common are group A streptococcus and staphylococcus. Cellulitis requires medical attention because short term it can cause fever, chills, … Continue reading