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Due to the emerging outbreak of measles in Orange County, SOCPA will take every precaution to protect the well being of our patients. If you have questions or concerns about symptoms or your child's vaccine history, please contact our office. To learn more about measles and what to look for, please click here.
We have discontinued our current version of the SOCPA Connect Patient Portal and will soon be switching to a brand new portal system! We are busy learning and testing our new system and estimate that we will be ready to begin sending out invitations … [Read More...]
Do you sometimes feel like a referee in your own home? Then call "time out" and join Nurse Practitioner Lisa Walpert to learn about the common issue of sibling rivalry and how to apply strategies to reduce conflict and promote harmony amongst your … [Read More...]
Southern Orange County Pediatric Associates will host an expo booth and company walking team at the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation's "Reaching for the Cure Run & Ride" this Sunday, March 30th, at Irvine Valley College. Be sure to stop on … [Read More...]
Great news for families shopping for an individual healthcare policy- SOCPA docs have just been added to the Blue Shield of California Individual PPO tiered network of providers! (The tiered network includes PPO level plans, but does not include HMO … [Read More...]
All SOCPA offices will be closed for regular and after hours care on Monday, February 17th, in observance of the President's Day holiday. Should your child require care, please refer to our holiday after hours schedule.
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by Judi Leonard, MSN, CPNP
Many people believe that once children finish grade school vaccines are done, but children aged 11 to 12 also need protection against certain illnesses. Talk to your provider at your child's next annual … [Read More...]