COVID-19 Announcement

From our Beverly Hills Pediatrics family to yours, we want to let all of you know we are thinking of you. We are constantly determining how we can best take care of you during this quarantine.

To that end, we are available for office visits and telemedicine consults Monday through Saturday. Please call to setup your child’s appointment which will be appropriately scheduled to meet your needs. We are still encouraging other visits as necessary especially so we can keep your children up to date on their immunizations.

We are here for you during these trying times and will continue to be here once the world normalizes. We look forward to continued interactions with your families whether it be in person, via telephone, or even through a computer screen.

Medical Alert

Please DO NOT give your children Pepto-Bismol for diarrhea during flu season. One of the ingredients is salicylate, which is dangerous for children. Salicylate can cause fulminant hepatitis (Reyes’s Syndrome).
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us and we will gladly help with any questions or concerns.

Thank you.

Sincerely,
Beverly Hills Pediatrics

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Flu Shots Available

Flu Shots Available

We’re offering flu shots to all of our patients. Give us a call or make an appointment today!

Canned Food Drive

Win A $25 Target Gift Card

  • Winner gets a $25 Target gift card
  • All guesses must be placed at our west office
  • Slips are by the check-out counter

Good Luck!

BEAUMONT STUDENT HEART CHECK

BEAUMONT STUDENT HEART CHECK

Saturday, June 1
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Heilmann Recreation Center
19601 Crusade St., Detroit, MI



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Measles Vaccine

Due to the current Measles outbreak, it is recommended that children from 6 months to 1 year of age should receive an MMR vaccine early- now. Please be aware, your child will still need an additional dose of the vaccine after 12 months of age.

If your child is 12 months or older and they have received their first dose of MMR, they can receive their 2nd dose now if it has been 28 days or more since the first dose. This will bring your child up to date with their MMR vaccine and they will no longer need one at age 4.