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(Savannah-area moms groups) Registration open for Pooler Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) 2023-2024 year

Monday, September 4th, 2023

Pooler MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)

Calling all moms with littles in Pooler and the surrounding areas!

If you are looking for a community of other moms, be sure to check out Pooler Mothers of Preschoolers. (MOPS).

The new year is just getting started, and there are still some openings available.They meet approx. twice a month from September 2023- May 2024.

Childcare is provided at each meeting so you can enjoy and get to know other moms in a relaxed environment, and there is always a mom tailored program planned.

If you are interested and would like more information, you can email poolermops@gmail.com or message Pooler MOPS on Facebook.

Be sure to message soon because space is limited.

Sibling discount on parent-and-me music classes, Savannah

Monday, August 28th, 2023

Sibling discount on Kindermusik parent & me classes, Savannah

Sibling discount on parent-and-me music classes!

Kindermusik with 88 Keys offers $20 off your second child’s class enrollment in our family classes!

Bring your multiples to one of Kindermusik classes for ages 0-7!

Options are Monday at 10AM, Mondays at 6:30PM, Tuesdays at 10AM, Wednesdays at 10AM, and Wednesdays at 11AM.

Text 912-432-5885 to set up a free trial class or visit kindermusikwith88keys.com. 


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Does Renters Insurance Cover Damage
Done By Kids?

Sunday, August 27th, 2023

Let’s say you’ve just moved into a picture-perfect apartment in Savannah. You’ve got a great
view, a prime parking spot, great amenities — everything you could want in a place to live. But
life can be unpredictable sometimes — especially when you have a family — and you want to
make sure your property and possessions are covered in case of an incident.

For a homeowner, insurance on your dwelling is probably just a fact of life. Unless your home is
completely paid off, you’re required by your lender to have homeowner’s insurance — and even
if your home is yours free and clear, not having insurance is flirting with disaster.

But what if you rent? What can you do to get that extra layer of security — and, once you do
have it, will it have coverage for the kind of damage that can come hand-in-hand with being a
parent of young children?

Renters Insurance and Why You Need It

In many ways, renters insurance is just like homeowners insurance: it’s there to protect your
possessions should something happen to where you live. Renters insurance is not required by
law, although many landlords strongly suggest it and may even insist on it as part of the rental

You might already be asking: isn’t the landlord already insured? Why do I need renters
insurance if my landlord is already covered? Because while your landlord’s insurance covers the
property and the physical building in which you live, it won’t cover any of the property inside
your apartment — if they’re damaged, destroyed, or stolen, you won’t be covered unless you
have some insurance of your own. You also won’t be covered for liability in case someone gets
injured on the property and holds you responsible for the injury.

Say something happens such as a burst pipe or an accidental fire. Renters insurance will cover
the replacement cost of your belongings, which can be a major financial relief.

Kids and Renters Insurance Coverage

Kids can be an amazing adventure and add boundless meaning to our lives, but let’s face it:
they can also be very hard on material things. Things are simply going to happen as a result of
having a home with kids: juice gets spilled, sticky handprints end up on the walls and furniture, a
game between siblings gets out of control and a window ends up broken. The good news is, renters insurance is made for just this kind of mishap. Not only can having renters insurance
help with the repair costs of things like shattered windows and torn-up carpets, they can also
provide help with medical expenses in case one such mishap ends up with somebody getting

Pets and Renters Insurance

So what about your pets? They’re family too, right? Of course they are — and that includes their
propensity for occasionally getting in trouble and causing some chaos around the house. If your
cat decides to tear up the baseboards or your new puppy decides to knock over your favorite
lamp, you don’t need to worry too much — renters insurance in Georgia will often cover damage
caused by your pets.

There are some other good reasons to invest in renters insurance, too — for example, it will
cover you while you travel. No one relishes the idea of coming back from a vacation or family
to find out you’ve been burglarized. Renters insurance will often cover this.

In case the worst occurs and your rental unit becomes unlivable due to a covered peril (such as
earthquake, flood, fire, etc) renters insurance can also help with “additional living expenses” —
that is, the cost of finding another place to live temporarily, as well as food and necessary
supplies. That can be a literal lifesaver for your family in case of catastrophe.

Finding Affordable Renters Insurance

With the economy in a tough state and times being tight for Georgia moms, getting renters
insurance might seem financially out of reach. But there’s good news on that front — Even
though Georgia is a little more expensive than the national average when it comes to renters
insurance, it’s still highly affordable. Kristine Lee at insurance comparison site The Zebra
estimates the yearly premium for renters insurance in Georgia at $235 — $50 a year more than
average, but still only amounting to about $19 a month. As far as relative peace of mind goes,
that’s a pretty good deal.

But it’s also good to remember that not all insurance policies, or companies, are created equal.
To get the best value for your money and the best coverage you can, it’s prudent to shop
around and compare quotes from various insurers before you commit to one. When you’re a
parent, sometimes every dollar counts, and it’s likely worth the extra time to find the best
Georgia renters insurance you can for the lowest price you can find.

Free ‘Playing with Food’ Savannah event to explore the benefits of healthy eating for children

Monday, August 21st, 2023

Parents are invited to attend this free Savannah event to explore the benefits of healthy eating & wellness in children

Join Greenbriar Children’s Center to explore the benefits of healthy eating and wellness in children, from birth to age five. This fun-filled morning takes place inside Savannah Tech’s Eckburg Auditorium on Sat. Sept. 9, 9AM-12PM

Highlights of the day include a panel discussion from a variety of nutritional and health experts, Q&A session, vital health assessment, kid’s play area, and the chance to speak individually with panelists. Attendees will have the opportunity to sample a variety of healthy snack options, as well as visit with various wellness-related vendors.

RSVP is not required but encouraged. RSVP here. Partners for the event include Forsyth Farmer’s Market, Georgia Department of Early Care & Learning, Healthy Savannah, and others.

FREE & open to the public.

Where: Savannah Technical College, 5717 White Bluff Road Savannah, GA 31405

(Savannah schools) Tour Bethesda Academy @ Open House Aug. 29

Wednesday, August 16th, 2023

Bethesda Academy in Savannah 

Interested in learning more about Bethesda Academy in Savannah?

Sign up here to attend one of Bethesda Academy’s Open Houses.

Aug. 29 2023 @10AM

Sept. 26 2023 @ 10AM

Oct. 22 2023 @ 4PM

Nov. 28 2023 @10AM

For more information please contact the school at 912-351-2068.

About Bethesda Academy

An all-boys private school located in Savannah. Since 1740, Bethesda Academy has fostered faith, academics and leadership. Learn more here.

Bethesda offers: small classrooms; dual enrollment; work study; outdoor educational experiences.

Bethesda Academy
9520 Ferguson Ave.
Savannah, GA 31406

(Savannah schools) St. Andrew’s named Best Savannah Pre-School

Tuesday, August 15th, 2023

St. Andrew’s is an International Baccalaureate World School inspiring young people age 3 through grade 12 in Savannah

Congratulations St. Andrew’s School on Wilmington Island on being named Best Pre-School three years in a row by Savannah Morning News readers.

St. Andrew’s School was also named Best Private School by Savannah Morning News for the second year in a row.

St. Andrew’s is an independent Pre-K through Grade 12 school in Savannah.

Learn more about this Savannah private school here.


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St. Andrew's School Pre-School Savannah

(Savannah Pediatricians) Pediatric Associates of Savannah names Best Pediatric Clinic

Tuesday, August 15th, 2023

Pediatric Associates of Savannah has locations in Savannah & Pooler

Congratulations Pediatric Associates of Savannah on being named Best Pediatric Clinic by the Savannah Morning News & SavannahNow.com readers poll.

This is the FIFTH year in a row Pediatric Associates of Savannah has been named best Savannah pediatrician in this survey.

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

Learn more here.

Pediatrics Associates of Savannah locations

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

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

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


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(Savannah Pediatricians) Coastal Pediatrics in Savannah & Pooler

Monday, August 14th, 2023

Coastal Pediatrics has offices in Savannah & Pooler

If you’re looking for a pediatrician, give Coastal Pediatrics a call: 912.353.7744

They’d love to have the opportunity to show you around their Savannah & Pooler offices and provide care for your family.

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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SouthCoast Health: Clearing the Confusion on Breastfeeding

Tuesday, August 8th, 2023

SouthCoast Health’s Nurse Practitioner Lactation Specialist Haley Dickerson wants to change the fact that only 29 percent of babies are breastfed during their first 12 months.

“Breastfeeding is a natural thing, but it doesn’t come natural to everyone,” Dickerson explained. “I can even speak from personal experience. I didn’t breastfeed my first child, because I had no experience in doing so. But when I became a nurse practitioner with SouthCoast Health and started working with our lactation consultants, I was able to successfully breastfeed my second child. The same can happen for any mom who has the right guidance.”  

To help guide mothers who are considering breastfeeding, Dickerson answers questions commonly asked in her practice. See the Q&A here.

If you have any other questions about breastfeeding or if you’d like to meet with one of SouthCoast Health’s talented and qualified lactation specialties, call SouthCoast Health’s Richmond Hill pediatric office today at 912-527-5352. 


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Registration open for new preschool classes @ Savannah Sharks in Savannah & Richmond Hill

Thursday, July 20th, 2023

Check out all the new preschooler/toddler classes starting in August 2023 @ Savannah Sharks gyms (Savannah & Richmond Hill)

Learn more and sign up here.

Mommy & Me Class @ Savannah Sharks, Savannah

Registration is open for a new Mommy & Me class @ Savannah Sharks Savannah location. Class is 9:30-10:15AM Mondays followed by a toddler play date 10:30AM-Noon. For ages 2-4 and their caregivers.

Learn more and sign up here.


Toddler Classes @ Savannah Sharks, Savannah location

Registration is open for a new Toddler Class @ Savannah Sharks Savannah location @ 1686 E. President St.

Class is Monday & Wednesdays, 1:15-2:15PM. For ages 3-5.

Learn more and register online here.


Mother’s Morning Out program: Sharkie School at Savannah Sharks Richmond Hill & Savannah locations

Registration is open for Sharkie School 2023-2024 for ages 2-5.

These Mother’s Morning Out programs in Savannah & Richmond Hill are all about nurturing little hearts and minds, helping them grow and learn through joyful moments!.

Registration is now open. Program begins Sept. 5 2023.

Learn more & register online here.

There’s also a Summer Sharkie Camps for Toddlers, Aug. 7-10 & Aug. 21-24 2023.

Questions? Call 912.308.3818 or learn more here.


Savannah Sharks Cheerleading

  • Office number: 912.308-3818- Text anytime.
  • 2 Locations: Savannah & Richmond Hill
    • Savannah, GA 31404  1686 East President Street
    • Richmond Hill, GA 31324 82a Longwood Drive


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Be Smart for Kids: Safety tips for playdates & sleepovers

Tuesday, July 18th, 2023

Playdates & Sleepovers Safety Tips

Below is a guest post for SouthernMamas.com by Kathryn Drury Wagner with the nonprofit BeSMART

When preparing for playdates and sleepovers for the kids, you’ve prepped for these with conversations like, “should he bring a sleeping bag?” or “please have her bring a swimsuit.” There’s another important topic to consider—talking about secure firearm storage. That’s because firearms are now the leading cause of death among children in the U.S. But these tragedies are preventable, and it’s more important than ever for families to talk about secure firearm storage.

I get it. It can feel super uncomfortable to talk about this. But hey, your kids’ safety is your business. Just like you’d ask about other safety stuff—like whether a family has a cat (pack that Claritin!) or if an adult will be home during a teen’s party—you can and should ask about how guns are stored. (The gold standard for secure storage is to keep all guns unloaded, locked up, and separate from ammunition.)

So how do we talk about this without feeling weird? A lot of moms find that texting makes this conversation so much less awkward. Here are some examples of what you could say:

“Before I drop my son off, I just wanted to check to see if you have pets? And also ask if you have firearms in your house and confirm how they are stored. I want to make sure he knows your safety rules.”


“I know my daughter hasn’t been to your home before and I do like to ask a few safety questions. She is skittish around dogs, do you have any? Also, do you own any firearms, and if so, how are they stored? She doesn’t have any allergies. Thanks so much.”

If you own a firearm, you could say:

“Hi! We just got a new puppy—I wanted to flag in case there were any allergies. Also, I wanted to let you know that we hunt in the fall, but our guns are stored securely, unloaded, locked, with the ammunition stored separately. Can’t wait to see you!”

If your child is a teen:

“Hey, excited the kids are getting together. I know that they’ve hung out a lot, but my daughter has never been over to your house so I want to confirm a couple of things: Will an adult be at the house the whole time? I heard a story on the news that made me realize I
should always ask this—do you have any firearms, and if so, how are they stored? Also, do you need me to pick her up or can you give her a ride home?”

For teenage babysitters:

Ask your teen if they would like to take the lead on asking, or if they would like you to ask on their behalf. Sample texts could be:

[From a teen] “I’m confirming 7 p.m. on Saturday. Let me know if the kids want me to bring some games? Also, my parents wanted me to ask if there are any unsecured guns in the home? Thanks!”

[Or from you] “We’re excited to have Harper babysit your twins on Saturday. I heard a story on the news that made me realize I should always ask this—do you have any firearms, and if so, how are they stored? Also, do you need me to pick her up or can you give her a ride home?”

Safer kids, safer communities

After you text a few of these conversations, it becomes much more natural. And it’s so worth it, because we can never make assumptions when a child’s safety is at stake.

Want more resources? Check out the nonprofit BeSMART.

SouthCoast pediatricians: Backpack safety for kids

Monday, July 17th, 2023

Backpack Safety for Savannah Schools Students

Spine health experts @ SouthCoast Health in Savannah remind parents that your child could be doing more harm than good by improperly wearing their backpack.

Above are some “dos” and “don’ts” to help ensure your little one’s spine isn’t experiencing any damage this school year.

Learn more here. 

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(Savannah schools, home-schooling) Tutors @ Advanced Academics Academy in Pooler

Tuesday, June 27th, 2023

Tutors in math, science, language arts & more @ Advanced Academics Academy, Pooler

Whether you need help in math, science, language arts, or any subject, Advanced Academics Academy’s expert tutors are here to guide you every step of the way.

Fall in love with learning again with the “Tutoring” services at Advanced Academics Academy in Pooler.

Learn more here.


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(Pooler Schools) Savannah Adventist Christian School has spots available in preschool, pre-K, grades 3-4

Monday, June 19th, 2023

Pooler school has limited space available for 2023-24 school year

School searching for this upcoming 2023-24 school year?

Savannah Adventist Christian School has spots available in Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, and grades 3 & 4 for the 2023-2024 school year.

School starts on Aug. 16. 2023 

Call to schedule a tour or start the application process online here.

Children who are age 4 on or before Sept. 1 are eligible for Pre-K enrollment.

The school is located at 50 Godley Way, Pooler, GA 31322.

Find more information here or call (912) 748-5977 or email info@sacssda.org.


(Savannah pediatricians) Pediatric Associates of Savannah

Tuesday, June 13th, 2023

Savannah Pediatricians: Dr. Ben Spitalnick @ Pediatric Associates of Savannah 

Kudos to Dr. Ben Spitalnick of Pediatric Associates of Savannah on being named Best Savannah Pediatrician 2023 by Connect Savannah.

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

Learn more here.

Pediatrics Associates of Savannah locations

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

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

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


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Pediatric CPR classes offered @ Coastal Care Partners on Skidaway Is., Savannah

Monday, June 12th, 2023

Coastal Care Partners in Savannah is now offering pediatric CPR classes that are open to the public

According to Coastal Care Partners Pediatrician Dr. Kelsey Alexander: “It’s smart for all parents to know in emergency situations. That’s why we consider this such an incredibly important service to offer to our community.”

The Pediatric CPR classes are 30-minute classes offered once a week at 11:45AM on Thursdays at Coastal Care Partners’ office, located at 4B Skidaway Village Walk.

These classes offer one-on-one instruction with Shelley Fields, who serves as Medical Assistant for Coastal Care Partners’ pediatric clinic and has 24 years of experience as a paramedic.

“These 30-minute classes are a great opportunity for parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and babysitters to learn practical tips and ask questions in a comforting environment,” said Dr. Alexander.

These classes – which are open to the public – are not certification courses.

Pre-registration is required, and interested participants are able to sign up by calling the Coastal Care Partners office @ 912.598.6312 or register online here.

Cost: $55 for members of Coastal Care Partners’ Pediatric and/or Adult Primary Care practices, and $65 for nonmembers.

 Register online here or call 912.598.6312.


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Georgia Could Become Leader in High-Tech Traffic Solutions

Sunday, June 4th, 2023

Below is a paid guest post

Traffic continues to be a growing problem in metropolitan areas worldwide, but in the United States, Georgia leads the way in terms of traffic issues. According to a report by the National Transportation Research Group, 57% of Georgia’s highways are congested during peak hours. The average driver in Georgia loses about 50 hours a year to being stuck in traffic.

Things are particularly bad in Atlanta, whose traffic problems are somewhat legendary. Atlanta’s traffic issues rank as the eighth worst in the world, and the fourth worst in the United States. (The #1 most congested country in the world? Thailand.) The amount of time lost in traffic in the Atlanta area is even worse than Georgia’s — over 70 hours each year.

Why Is Traffic So Bad?

So what makes traffic in the Atlanta area particularly bad?

It’s a combination of population (Atlanta is the ninth largest metropolitan area in the US, and 75% of those people drive to work each day), as well as the convergence of three major highways: I-20, I-75, and I-85. This conjunction is notoriously difficult to navigate, and bottlenecks are common.

The Effects of Traffic Congestion

Traffic congestion can have a huge negative impact on our lives. There’s not just the issue of lost time, but also lost money — traffic problems cost billions of dollars in terms of productive hours lost every year, averaging out to about $800 per driver in the Atlanta area alone — not to mention things like fuel and maintenance costs. On top of that, there’s the matter of insurance premiums. More traffic means a higher likelihood of accidents, which means more claims, leading to higher rates — which could leave Georgia drivers scrambling to find cheaper car insurance.

There’s also the cost to physical and mental health. Traffic congestion and the resulting delays can cause stress, either due to potentially being late to work or taking forever to get home

afterward. Traffic makes travel times unpredictable, which leads to even further stress. Stress has been proven to lead to other health issues, taking a further toll on people’s well-being.

Another possible side effect of stress is road rage. The anger and frustration caused by being stuck in traffic or seeing other drivers break rules or flaunt the social contract can lead to poor decisions like tailgating, shouting matches, and reckless driving — which brings us right back to those car insurance premiums, as well as (quite possibly) the cost of medical bills and car repairs. And if you should get in an accident (road rage-induced or not), heavy congestion could make it more difficult for emergency vehicles to get to you.

Finally, there’s the issue of pollution from fuel emissions, which can not only affect physical health, but the health of the planet.

High-Tech Solutions

But what can be done about the traffic in places like Atlanta — or anywhere else? There are some technological developments on the horizon that could make a huge difference in how we handle traffic:

Autonomous vehicles. Self-driving cars are not far from becoming commonplace. Although there is a way to go in terms of AI and adoption, smart vehicles could reduce congestion and accidents by taking human error out of the driving experience. They can also accelerate and decelerate more smoothly and dynamically, leading to a better flow of traffic overall.

Adaptive traffic lights. Smarter software for traffic lights could respond more dynamically to the flow of traffic, leading to less idle time and more relevant timing of traffic.

Drones. Many of the cars on the road are city vehicles, out checking water meters or power lines. Some of these vehicles could be replaced with automated drones, which would allow the city to monitor certain vital functions without putting another vehicle on the road. Drones are also increasingly being used for package delivery, further reducing the need for delivery trucks.

Specific Solutions for Georgia

Although the above solutions could be implemented nearly anywhere, there are some proposed solutions specific to Georgia and the Atlanta area that could secure the state as a high-tech leader of traffic solutions.

For example, there have been proposals of a “master app” which centralizes data on public transportation, ride-sharing, and traffic statistics to create a kind of all-in-one solution for citywide transportation. Atlanta already has an app called Applied Information which lets drivers know when a light is about to turn green, and the city has recently approved major funding for installing smart traffic lights to help improve traffic flow.

There are other apps which can also help alleviate traffic issues for individual drivers, such as the Waze app, which analyzes traffic patterns and suggests alternative routes or areas to avoid during certain times of day. The app even has community features so drivers can share tips and insights with one another.

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Latch in Savannah provides support for all types of infant feeding

Sunday, May 28th, 2023
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Latch is here to help in ALL manner of infant feeding.

If you are exclusively feeding your newborn or baby via bottle, LATCH is here to guide you.

Schedule your bottle feeding consultation online here.

If you are pumping and bottle feeding, please schedule online here.


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SouthCoast Health: Schedule your child’s annual well-check now before busy back-to-school time

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2023

SouthCoast pediatrician on the importance of your child’s annual well-checks

Annual wellness exams are critical in maintaining the health and happiness of your child, and knocking these out at the beginning of the summer versus at the end avoids many potential problems.

“Our offices become so hectic at the end of the summer when school is about to begin again. Because of this we always encourage parents to bring their kids in at the beginning of the summer to avoid the back-to-school rush,” SouthCoast Health pediatrician Dr. David Mozer said. “This also ensures the child and parent have more quality time with their pediatrician and gives parents peace of mind through summer months usually filled with lots of travel.”

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

Schedule an appointment (Well Baby/Child) with a SouthCoast pediatrician today


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(Savannah dentists) Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry in Savannah, Pooler, Statesboro

Saturday, May 20th, 2023

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry 

Are you worried about your child’s dental care?

Check out the review above of Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry.

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry has offices in Savannah, Statesboro & now Pooler.
Statesboro- 912-402-KIDS-(5437)
Savannah- 912-298-KIDS-(5437)
Pooler- 912-200-8841


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Prenatal Breastfeeding Class with Latch Savannah

Friday, May 19th, 2023

Prenatal Breastfeeding Class in Savannah

If you are due in July, August, or September and plan to breastfeed (for any period of time) this virtual class is for you!

Sign up with the link below to secure your spot here: latchsav.as.me/BFClass

Latch Breastfeeding Support is a trusted name in the Savannah community.  Latch has a history of working closely with families, physicians, and a variety of other health and wellness practitioners in seeking optimal outcomes for their clients.


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Now open: New Effingham Pediatric Center

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2023

New Effingham Pediatric Center is now open in Springfield

Effingham Pediatrics is now open and seeing patients at the new location: 520 West 3rd St. in Springfield.

Join Effingham Pediatrics to celebrate the Grand Opening, meet their practitioners, and tour the new Effingham Pediatrics Center, located at the intersection of Hwy 21 & West 3rd St. in Springfield.

The Grand Opening is Mon. May 8 2023, 5-6:30PM.

NOW OPEN & seeing patients!

Learn more here.


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(Savannah dentists) Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry in Savannah, Pooler, Statesboro

Monday, April 24th, 2023

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry 

Are you worried about your child’s dental care?

Dogwood Pediatric Denistry has experience with children that are on the autism spectrum.

Check out the review above of Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry.

Dogwood Pediatric Dentistry has offices in Savannah, Statesboro & now Pooler.
Statesboro- 912-402-KIDS-(5437)
Savannah- 912-298-KIDS-(5437)
Pooler- 912-200-8841


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