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(Savannah pediatricians) Giveaway from Pediatrician Dr. Yolanda Rivera-Caudill

Tuesday, July 27th, 2021

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Giveaway from Savannah pediatrician Dr. Yolanda Rivera-Caudill @ The Tiny Beet 

To celebrate back-to-school season, The Tiny Beet general pediatric direct primary care (DPC) practice in Savannah is having their very first giveaway!

PRIZE: free comprehensive back to school exam and lifestyle medicine consultation (a $200 value).
TO ENTER, visit The Tiny Beet’s Facebook page here 1)like this giveaway post, 2) leave the comment tinybeetgiveaway below that giveaway, and 3) make sure you are following The Tiny Beet on Instagram, too, @thedoctorbeet

Contest closes on 7/31 and winner will be announced 8/2.

The Tiny Beet is a general pediatric direct primary care (DPC) practice specializing in Lifestyle Medicine in order to focus on the root cause of patients’ health.

Dr. Caudill is on a mission to help her patients develop and maintain healthier lifestyles through general pediatrics and lifestyle medicine.

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SouthCoast Health: Urgent Care vs. the ER: When to Go to Where

Monday, July 26th, 2021
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SouthCoast Health Nurse Practitioner Tammie Walz

SouthCoast Health: Urgent Care vs. the ER: When to Go to Where

*If you are experiencing a true medical emergency that can result in your death, please forgo reading this article and call 911 instead.*

Knowing where to go when seeking care for a serious medical condition is very important.

While SouthCoast Health is proud to offer urgent care services, some urgent medical conditions require attention at an emergency room.

SouthCoast Health Nurse Practitioner Tammie Walz shares tips here on when to go to urgent care vs when to go to the ER.

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SouthCoast Health on bug bite risks, precautions

Tuesday, July 20th, 2021

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SouthCoast Health Radiology Technologist shares the story of her son’s bug bite that became  infected and had turned into an abscess.

Read this mom’s story here. 

If you’re worried about a bug bite on you or your child’s skin, click here to learn about SouthCoast Health’s urgent care services. If you’d like to schedule an appointment with any of our expert pediatricians to talk about your kid’s risk with bug bites, click here to schedule an appointment.

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SouthCoast pediatricians: When it Comes to Pediatric Wellness Exams, Sooner is Better than Later

Monday, July 12th, 2021
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SouthCoast Health Pediatrician Dr. David Mozer

Savannah pediatricians: When it Comes to Pediatric Wellness Exams, Sooner is Better than Later

One of the best ways to productively spend downtime during summer is by scheduling a pediatrics appointment to complete a yearly check-up, SouthCoast Health Pediatrician Dr. David Mozer  said.

SouthCoast Health pediatricians say annual wellness exams are critical in maintaining the health and happiness of your child, and knocking these out during summer avoids many potential problems.

SouthCoast Health pediatrics practices have taken extreme precautions to keep their offices safe for patient visits.

Check out four main reasons the proactive approach is best here.

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(Pediatric Dentists) Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill on tongue & lip ties

Thursday, July 8th, 2021

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Kid’s Dentistree Talks Tongue and Lip Ties

For infants and young children, tongue and lip ties can lead to trouble eating, speaking, and even sleeping. Learn more from Kid’s Dentistree’s latest blog where Dr. Julia Dobson discusses the signs and symptoms of tongue and lip ties and when you should seek treatment here.

If you suspect your child has a tongue or lip tie and would like a consultation, you can easily schedule an appointment online!

Visit Kid’s Dentistree’s Web site or call (912) 756-5437 to schedule your child’s visit today.

The Kid’s Dentistree office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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SouthCoast Health Podiatrist Dr. Skalla: How to keep your feet healthy during summer

Saturday, July 3rd, 2021
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SouthCoast Health podiatrist Dr. Craig K. Skalla

SouthCoast Health Podiatrist Dr. Skalla: How to keep your feet healthy during summer

5 tips to help keep your feet healthy from SouthCoast Health podiatrist Dr. Craig K. Skalla.

1. Stay Clean
2. Care Properly for Sweaty Feet
3. Wear the Right Shoes
4. Food and Water Affect Feet, Too
5. Create Your Perfect Self-Care Regiment

Learn more here. 

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SouthCoast Health tips for a safe Fourth of July

Sunday, June 27th, 2021
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SouthCoast Health Internal Medicine Physician Dr. Michelle Wilson

SouthCoast Health tips for a safe Fourth of July 

Balance fun and safety this Fourth of July.

“We want all community members to have fun and make the most out of this holiday,” said SouthCoast Health Internal Medicine Physician Dr. Michelle Wilson. “But we also want to stress the importance of keeping in mind safety and health precautions as well. On any big holiday with parties and events, there are always elevated risks to be aware of.”

Wilson offers: Firework Dos and Don’ts: Grilling Dos and Don’ts: Swimming Dos and Don’ts: Large Event Dos and Don’ts.

Learn more here .

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(Savannah pediatricians) Walk with a Doc @ Daffin Park with Pediatrician Dr. Yolanda Rivera-Caudill

Thursday, June 24th, 2021

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You don’t have to walk alone when you can have The Tiny Beet team by your side.

Join pediatrician Dr. Yolanda Rivera-Caudill is Sat. July 31 2021, 9-10AM to walk towards a healthier you.

Free and family friendly!

Walk with a Doc
9AM Sat. July 31 2020, 9-10AMDaffin Park, Savannah (between playground & fountain)
Free & open to the public
EMAIL: thedoctorbeet@gmail.com

The Tiny Beet is a general pediatric direct primary care (DPC) practice specializing in Lifestyle Medicine in order to focus on the root cause of patients’ health.

Dr. Caudill is on a mission to help her patients develop and maintain healthier lifestyles through general pediatrics and lifestyle medicine.

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(Savannah pediatricians) ‘Ask A Pediatrician’ with Pediatric Associates of Savannah

Monday, June 21st, 2021

Ask a Pediatrician with Pediatric Associates of Savannah 

Dr. Christopher C. Rogers of Pediatric Associates of Savannah answers questions submitted by SouthernMamas.com readers.

Questions include how to prepare a child for preK; when to start swimming lessons; advice for parents of picky eaters; whether it’s normal for a child to spit up after every meal; and if he would have his child receive Pfizer’s COVID vaccine, which is now approved for those 12-15 years old.

Get answers to those questions and more from Dr. Rogers in the video here.

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Pediatric Associates of Savannah has offices in Savannah, the Islands and Pooler.

Pediatrics Associates of Savannah locations

Pediatric Associates in Savannah
4600 Waters Ave, Suite 100,
Savannah 31404
912.355.2462

Pediatric Associates of Savannah in Pooler
110 Medical Park Drive
Pooler 31322
912.330.5010

Pediatric Associates of Savannah on Whitemarsh Is.
1001 Memorial Dr
Savannah 31410
912.898.9800

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SouthCoast Health Guide to a Fun & Healthy Summer

Saturday, June 19th, 2021

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SouthCoast Health Guide to a Fun & Healthy Summer 2021

SouthCoast Health Family Medicine physician Dr. Troy Murphy shares eight quick tips for a healthy and safe summer here.

To ensure you and your family stay on a healthy track this summer, Murphy focuses on four key areas to keep in mind: skin protection; water safety; healthy summer diet; safety while traveling. Read more here.

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(Savannah Pediatricians) Coastal Pediatrics in Savannah & Pooler

Saturday, June 19th, 2021

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Pediatrician searching in the Savannah-Pooler area?

Coastal Pediatrics has offices in Savannah & Pooler.

If you would like to join the Coastal Pediatrics practice, but are unsure if they are participating providers with your insurance, check their list of accepted insurances here.

If you do not see your insurance on their list, please contact their office and check with the receptionist to see if they accept your insurance before making an appointment.

If you already know that Coastal Pediatrics accepts your insurance and you would like to make a new patient appointment, please call 912-353-7744 to schedule the appointment.

Learn more here.

Coastal Pediatrics- Savannah
2 Wheeler Street
Savannah, GA 31405

Coastal Pediatrics- Pooler
1000 Towne Center Blvd
Building 1000B
Pooler, GA 31322

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(Postpartum Depression Savannah) Climb out of the Darkness 2021 event

Saturday, June 19th, 2021

postpartum depression savannah chatham county maternal health moms support groups Up to 1 in 7 women experiences depression after her baby’s birth — making it one of the most common complications of pregnancy.

To raise awareness of postpartum depression and maternal mental health, the Climb out of the Darkness 2021 event in Savannah will be held Sat. June 26 2021 in Savannah’s Daffin Park. Held on or near the longest day of the year, this annual walk helps shine the most light on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) such as postpartum depression and anxiety.

All of the funds go to support and develop deserving projects and programs in communities around the world. The funds raised from this climb event will be used to support Perinatal Mental Health Alliance for People of Color, which promotes awareness, prevention and treatment of maternal health issues related to childbearing in the state of Georgia.

Climb Out of the Darkness Savannah walk
Daffin Park, Savannah
10AM-Noon Sat. June 26 2021
Learn more here. 
Money raised is used to fund PSI Georgia Chapter, which promotes awareness, prevention and treatment of maternal health issues related to childbearing in the state of Georgia.
Free and open to the public

SouthCoast Health physician: Choose water over sugary drinks

Wednesday, June 9th, 2021

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SouthCoast Health’s Dr. Leland R. Dampier, III

Georgia is one of the top five states with the highest sugar consumption, with about one in three Georgian adults drinking soda a day.

“About half of the United States adult population drinks a soda a day,” SouthCoast Health Family Physician Leland Dampier, MD said.

“…But I’m sure if that more adults knew what they were doing to their bodies, they would work hard to never drink soda again.”

Learn about why you should not drink soda & the benefits of water here.

If you have any more questions about the negatives of soda or the benefits of water, click here to schedule an appointment with any of SouthCoast Health’s general physicians.

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(Savannah pediatricians) Dr. Yolanda Rivera-Caudill on how to help prevent drownings this summer

Tuesday, June 8th, 2021

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Drowning prevention tips from The Tiny Beet – a general pediatric direct primary practice in Savannah

Did you know that 88% of child drownings occur with at least one adult present?
Pool season is here. Savannah pediatrician Dr. Yolanda Rivera-Caudill @ The Tiny Beet – a general pediatric direct primary practice in Savannah –  is on a mission to spread awareness on swimming safety.

Over the next few days,  Dr. Caudill will post a series of recommendations to push for a zero drowning summer on the Doctor Beet Facebook page here and on Instagram here.

Tiny Beet Tips Series: Tip No. 1
Assign a water watcher.
Even if there is a lifeguard present, the water watcher is a designated person who’s role is to observe the children’s activity while in or around the pool. Together we can have a safer swimming summer.

Learn more here. 
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The Tiny Beet – a general pediatric direct primary practice

ADDRESS
51 Johnny Mercer Blvd.
Building A-2 Suite A
Savannah, GA 31400

PHONE
(912) 777-6830

EMAIL
thedoctorbeet@gmail.com

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SouthCoast Health Summertime Emergencies Guide

Saturday, June 5th, 2021

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Health experts warn that about 27 percent of visits to the emergency are in the summer months

SouthCoast Health provides an Urgent Care clinic to the Lowcountry and Coastal Empire area of Georgia. Often times, a visit to urgent care is the most important first step when it comes to summertime emergencies. SouthCoast Health expert staff will be able to provide the next best steps to fix your issues.

Find SouthCoast Health adult and pediatric urgent care locations in Savannah, Rincon, and Richmond Hill here.

Top summertime emergencies typically include: heat stroke, dehydration, snake and bug bites, serious falls.

Learn more about the biggest summertime emergencies and what to do here.

If you have any more questions or concerns about summertime emergencies or SouthCoast Health’s urgent care, click here for more information on this service SouthCoast Health offers.

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(Pediatric Dentists) Kid’s Dentistree in Richmond Hill shares tips on benefits of summer checkups

Tuesday, June 1st, 2021

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Kid’s Dentistree shares the benefits of summer checkups

Kids are out of school for the summer and spending a lot of time at home. When you think of summer vacation, activities like swimming and riding bikes often come to mind. While summer offers plenty of opportunity for outdoor fun, it’s also the perfect time for a dental visit. Here are a few reasons to schedule your child’s checkup over the summer.

When school is out, we often have more flexible schedules.

Normal routines tend to ease up in the summer. Once school returns, our regular routines and extracurriculars will likely hog much of our time, making it more difficult to fit in a dental visit. Take advantage of the more-relaxed summer schedule and make a dental appointment for your child now.

Summer checkups help to avoid pulling your child out of school later.

A study conducted by the Journal of Pediatrics found that children with oral health problems were more likely to miss school and suffer declines in academic performance. If your child is due for a checkup, scheduling your appointment in the summer will help you avoid pulling your child out of school later. If any dental problems are found that require a follow-up visit, you can also take care of treatment before school begins. Depending on your child’s age and grade level, your school may even require proof of a dental checkup when he or she starts.

Summer checkups remind kids to keep on top of their oral health.

As the American Dental Association explains, baby teeth are just as important as adult teeth. With routines more relaxed over the summer, it can be easy to forget to brush twice per day and maintain regular oral hygiene. Summer is also the time when sugary treats like ice cream and freezer pops become favorites. A summer checkup helps to reinforce healthy dental habits.

Ready to schedule? Give Kid’s Dentistree a call.

Regular dental appointments can go a long way toward a healthy smile for your child. If you’re ready to schedule your child’s summer checkup, contact Kid’s Dentistree today.

The Kid’s Dentistree office is located in the “Clock Tower” building, right next to The Suites at Station Exchange on Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.

Kid’s Dentistree
912-756-5437
1101 Gandy Dancer
Richmond Hill, GA 31324

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