CHKD Urgent Care will open at 4 p.m., but due to the snow storm many CHKD practices are closed or have delayed openings. Please call ahead to confirm appointments.
Less than a year after being hit by a car, Nasair Smith is all smiles after recovering at CHKD, home of Virginia's only pediatric inpatient rehabilitation unit.
Scoliosis had caused an unnatural 52-degree curve in Keeshara Theus' spine, making it almost impossible for her to play basketball. Then surgeons H. Sheldon St. Clair and John Birknes came to her rescue.
With confirmed cases of flu on the rise, regional health care officials are asking visitors and patients to wear masks to contain the spread when at health care facilities.
When Valerie Foley's ultrasound showed that her daughter Claire had an omphalocele, she turned to CHKD neonatologist Kenneth Tiffany and surgeon Frazier Frantz for help. And she blogged about the experience throughout.
With 28 pediatric practice offices, there is sure to be one near you in the Greater Hampton Roads region.
Dr. Karen Remley, a former emergency department physician at CHKD, will become executive director and
CEO of the American Academy of Pediatrics in July. The 58-year-old Remley will be the first woman to lead the 62,000-member organization.
Talk to your pediatrician before acting on a recent study concerning early exposure to peanut protein and peanut allergies. Children under 4 should not be given peanuts due to aspiration risk. Children at high risk of peanut allergy should only be given peanut protein under a physician's guidance.
Did you know one in 88 children will be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and that it is more prevalent in boys? Dr. John Harrington explains the standard guidelines used to help diagnose autism, as well as common symptoms parents shouldn’t ignore.