We will be hosting our very first blood drive on Friday August 14th, 2020 from 10am-3pm at Raintree Pediatrics. Address: 995 SW 34th St., Lee’s Summit, MO.
The people have spoken, and we’ve listened. We’ll be implementing a new phone system this summer that will enhance the patient calling experience!
Did you know that the number one killer of children is unintentional injury? Some of our favorite summer activities top those lists.
If you find a tick on your skin after being outside, you need to get it off as soon as possible. Don’t leave it in place for someone else to look at.
At any given time, there are over 2,000 children in Missouri waiting for their adoptive family. Whether it’s a giant leap or baby steps, everyone can help.
Seasonal allergies, also called allergic rhinitis and hay fever, can make you miserable. Learn more about keeping seasonal allergies under control.
We’re so proud of our graduating seniors! 2020 graduation hasn’t been even close to normal, so we’re doing all we can to celebrate these young adults.
This is part 2 of a series of stories about fostering. Read on for Dr. Dyson’s personal adoption story that also gives you a glimpse into the fostering and adopting process. You might want to have some tissue handy.
Did you know that 5 in 10 people listen to their music or audio at volumes that are too loud? You need to protect your ears! Hearing loss is permanent.
We’re so proud of Kim Jones, lab tech/lead phlebotomist at Lee’s Summit Physicians Group. She’s lost almost 100 pounds in the last year!
Pink eye could be viral, bacterial, allergic, chemical or mechanical (getting poked in the eye). Today we’ll focus on allergic, viral & bacterial causes.
The average child will have four to eight viral respiratory infections each year. Each one of these illnesses can last two to three weeks before resolving.