The First Step to #fightflu
Flu vaccine is the best way to protect your child and family from potentially serious complications from flu. A new CDC study finds that among children ages 6 months through 17 years, flu vaccination reduced risk of being hospitalized for flu by 41% and risk of having a flu-related emergency department visit by half during the 2018-19 flu season.
For most people who need only one dose of flu vaccine for the season, September and October are generally good times to be vaccinated against flu. Ideally, everyone should be vaccinated by the end of October.
We exist to provide quality and compassionate health care to all children & adolescents in Lawrence, Kansas, and surrounding areas – focusing on integrated, patient-centered care.
We’re there when you need us, we have a physician on call 24-hours-a-day and a nurse triage line for all of your questions.
Our pediatricians provide high quality primary care from infancy to adolescence – evaluating physical, mental, emotional and social development
- Dental and oral health care including cleaning, x-rays, fluoride, fillings, sealants, and extractions
Mental & Behavioral Health
- Mental and behavioral health services such as treatment of anxiety, depression, ADHD, and more, as part of a whole-person treatment plan
Pharmacy & Medication Assistance
- Affordable medication and discount programs at River City Pharmacy
- Community-based program that brings free comprehensive dental care to area schools
A Compass Project
- Insurance eligibility assistance
Panda Pediatrics Walk-In Clinic
Is your child feeling sick? Open every week day, Panda Pediatrics is the only walk-in clinic specializing exclusively in pediatric care in Lawrence.
Established patients can visit the walk-in clinic for non-emergent sick symptoms.
The walk-in clinic is located at 1803 W 6th Street and is open to patients from 8am – 10am Monday – Friday.
Keep them Safe from COVID-19
The CDC now recommends that all children ages 6 months and older receive a COVID-19 vaccine. With the school year and flu season upon us, now is the time to make sure your child is vaccinated for COVID-19.
Even though some children experience only mild symptoms from a COVID-19 infection, there are also children who become very ill and die. Unvaccinated children, even when they have no symptoms, can still infect people around them. Communities are safest when children are vaccinated.
CDC recommends everyone stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccinations, including all primary series doses and boosters for their age group. People ages 6 months through 4 years should get all COVID-19 primary series doses. People ages 5 years and older should get all primary series doses, and the booster dose recommended for them by CDC, if eligible.
The Increase the Reach grant program is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial assistance award totaling $79,278,482 with 100 percent funded by the CDC/HHS. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by the CDC/HHS, or the U.S. Government. For more information, please visit https://www.cdc.gov/. v10-01-2021