Helpful Websites

For classes on childbirth, breastfeeding, infant massage, infant & child CPR, and sibling classes visit our local hospital websites for their community education schedule.

For vaccine information, you may visit the sites of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Center for Disease Control who work together to determine the recommended vaccine schedule for our country.

As you search for health information on the internet, it is important to realize that many sites are based on opinions only and may offer false information. Therefore, we have included links to reputable sites which we recommend.

For breastfeeding:


For asthma and allergies:

For autism:

For diabetes:

For Down's syndrome:

For food allergies and anaphylaxis:

Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology

For learning disabilities:

Forest Pediatrics

If you have a question for the nurses or providers, please call the office during business hours and leave a message on the nurses' voicemail at extension 11.

Messages left before noon will be called back before lunch. Messages left after noon will be called back before the end of the day.

The nurses do not usually answer directly when the phones ring, as they are usually busy with patients in the office. Please leave a message and your call will be returned as soon as possible.

Please use the Pediatric Advisor for information on many infant, children and teen health issues and concerns.