About Children's Specialty Group

Children's Specialty Group is the only pediatric multi-specialty practice serving southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. The physicians of Children's Specialty Group base their practices at Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters and serve as faculty in the Department of Pediatrics at Eastern Virginia Medical School. Learn more about our specialists here.
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    Gleason_Covid19_Small Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Dr. Mary Margaret Gleason, Psychiatry and Psychology
    Monday, March 16, 2020

    COVID-19: Tips to Help Parents Support Children

    Parents are the most important resource for children every day, but especially in stressful situations like that of the COVID-19 outbreak. These tips may help. Read full post>>

    Different sizes of button batteries Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Dr. Cristina Baldassari
    Monday, March 02, 2020

    How to Keep Kids Safe from Battery-related Injuries

    The risk of battery-related injuries continues to rise as more and more homes use small devices powered by button batteries. Keep kids safe with these tips. Read full post>>

    Child holding out his plate for more food during Thanksgiving Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Dr. Kelly Maples
    Monday, December 02, 2019

    Managing Food Allergies During the Holidays

    Protect your children’s health and ensure they don’t miss out on the deliciousness of the holiday season with these tips from Dr. Kelly Maples. Read full post>>

    Electronic Cigarettes Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Dr. Christopher Foley
    Monday, October 14, 2019

    CHKD Doctors and Clinicians to Children: Stop Vaping

    Vaping-related lung illnesses are raising serious concern for youth who use e-cigarettes. Read full post>>

    Dad making peanut butter sandwich for his child Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Dr. Angela Duff Hogan
    Monday, May 06, 2019

    Preventing Peanut Allergies With … Peanuts

    Did you know? Weekly doses of a peanut-based product can greatly reduce the risk of developing a peanut allergy. Read full post>>

    Dad outside with his dog and daughter who is holding a tissue to her nose Posted By: Children's Specialty Group, Dr. Kelly Maples
    Monday, March 25, 2019

    Spring Cleaning Tips: Ease Allergy Symptoms

    Spring is a great time to help prevent your child’s spring allergy and asthma symptoms by getting rid of allergens that may have accumulated over the winter. Read full post>>