Providing quality care for your children for more than 55 years
Our practice is the first in the greater Charlotte area with two board-certified pediatricians who are classically trained in the best of traditional medicine and have additional training in functional and integrative medicine. We believe that each patient is unique. We understand the need to listen and decide on the best of all possible therapies for you.
Our goal is to provide you with this modern practice model because of a desire to make medicine more personalized. We offer comprehensive primary care including: asthma and allergy therapy, behavioral health, cutting edge nutrition counseling, stress reduction and evidence based use of modern therapies.
UPDATE :MARCH 26th, 2020
Salisbury Pediatric Associates, PA is making temporary changes to our office hours. Effective Monday, March 30, 2020, our morning walk-in sick clinic hours will take place between 9:00 and 9:30 am. Evening walk-in sick clinic will run from 5:00 – 5:30 pm. Weekend (Saturday/Sunday) and holidays will remain the same from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. Thank for your understanding during this difficult time.
UPDATE: MARCH 20th. 2020
With COVID-19 causing changes, we want to keep our patients and families updated. Effective Monday, March 23, 2020 our weekday night clinic will close at 5:30 pm for walk-ins. Please check in prior to 5:30 pm if you need to be seen at our walk-in clinic. Call our office if you have any questions.
Here at Salisbury Pediatrics, we are open and still seeing both sick and well-patients. If you would like to schedule a well-visit, please call our office to schedule, we will be happy to assist you. We know that most people are concerned with sick exposure during this time, so we are taking extra precautions to keep patients safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. We have established a well check-in area that is tarped off from the sick areas in our office. We are also keeping our well-visits in the well building moving forward to keep them away from contact with sick patients. One side of our building will be for sick patients and the other side will be well patients only. Our providers will be alternating days of seeing sick patients or well patients. This dividing of providers is to ensure that if you come in for a well-visit, you will be scheduled with a provider that is only seeing well patients in the well building that day. Providers working in the sick building will not be seeing any well patients that day, they will see sick patients only. We will do our best to get you scheduled with your preferred provider for visits. Call today for an appointment.
A Message for Our Families concerning (COVID-19)
We would like to give an update about how Salisbury Pediatric Associates, PA is handling the Coronavirus (COVID-19) infections in our area. Our main concern is the health and well-being of our patients and their families. The situation is evolving rapidly, and we are making every effort to implement protocols to maximize safety within our office.
We understand there is a significant amount of fear and concern right now. We are working with local experts to provide science-based information.
Fortunately, children have experienced less severe infections. Children are exposed to many other coronaviruses every winter and this is thought to be one of the reasons why the infection is less severe in younger people. However, they can expose others who may be at greater risk for more severe outcomes. Those at risk should currently be practicing social isolation and contact their care providers for direction. Our office is not testing for COVID-19.
In order to reduce the risk to our patients and their families, we are REQUESTING the following:
- We are requesting families limit the number of caregivers bringing the child to the office. One parent/guardian per child.
- We are requesting families to bring only the patient to the office, no siblings.
- We are requesting people over 60 to avoid the office unless there is absolutely no alternative, and they are the child’s caregiver.
We are currently screening all patients for exposure to the COVID-19 virus, as follows:
- If you have had close contact with a laboratory confirmed COVID-19 patient within 14 days and have fever with cough, please contact the NC Coronavirus Hotline at (866) 462-3821. Our office is not testing for COVID-19.
- If you have had close contact with a laboratory confirmed COVID-19 patient within 14 days and have NO SYMPTOMS, it is best to avoid our office and follow the NCDHHS home isolation guidance and symptom log.
- If you are experiencing fever and cough and have had NO CONTACT with a confirmed COVID-19 patient, please contact our office prior to arriving for further screening and instructions.
Remember that washing hands and being aware of our surroundings is very important to staying healthy. There is no current need to wear masks unless instructed by medical professionals. The most important aspect is to remain calm and rational. Salisbury Pediatrics’ providers will continue to be accessible and provide the level of care you have come to expect. Our current services will remain unchanged.
As things evolve, we will update our families as quickly as possible.
Thank you for trusting us with the care of your families.
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