Looking for an incredible Pediatrician? We have one for you!

Looking for an incredible Pediatrician? We have one for you!

 Celebration Pediatrics: A Practice Dedicated to Kids!

One to three months before your baby’s arrival, we encourage you to register for one of our FREE “Meet and Greet” ZOOM sessions. This is a great opportunity to get to know one of our board-certified pediatricians and staff members, ask questions, receive guidance, and see our modern facility! In the meantime, enjoy a virtual tour by clicking on the following link!  Celebration Pediatrics Virtual Office Tour

 

Meet and Greet Schedule

April 21, 2021 @ 5:30PM

May 19, 2021 @ 5:30PM

June 23, 2021 @ 5:30PM

 

To schedule your “Meet and Greet” visit, call us at 407-566-9700 or head over to our website at www.celebrationpediatrics.com

 

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March 2021 Newsleter

2021 Women’s Preventative Health Focus

2021 Women’s Preventative Health Focus

Prioritizing Women’s Preventive Health with the Women’s Preventative Services Initiative

By: Diana Ramos, MD, Co-chair of Dissemination and Implementation Steering Committee, Women’s Preventive Services Initiative

As an obstetrician–gynecologist and women’s health expert, I am dedicated to supporting and advocating for women’s physical and mental health needs. Throughout my career, I have been fortunate to care for many women throughout their life span. I have often seen that women are the drivers, role models, and decision makers of their own healthcare as well as their family’s healthcare. I have also learned that the health of the one patient in front of me is often the reflection of the health within her community. This is why I understand the urgency in addressing women’s preventive health and the potential effect I can have on her community.

 

The unfortunate reality is that nearly half of all women in the United States are not receiving the preventive services they need. With COVID-19 exacerbating the many challenges that women already face, priorities for medical visits are shifting, and preventive services are not always at the forefront of a patient’s mind.

 

That is where the Women’s Preventive Services Initiative (WPSI) comes in. WPSI consists of a multidisciplinary team of experts who provide evidence-based, cutting-edge recommendations for women’s preventive health. Led by ACOG and the Health Resources and Services Administration, WPSI’s resources provide clinicians with a trusted guide to support their patient’s preventive health needs. This includes the Well-Woman Chart, an easy-to-use summary of WPSI’s recommendations based on age, health status, pregnancy status, and general risk factors.

 

WPSI’s strength is in the cross-collaboration of clinicians across disciplines and its focus on preventive health. This allows for an informed focus and review of the organization in addressing pressing and often overlooked women’s health needs. WPSI provides clinicians across specialties and fields with resources and clear guidance for implementing preventive health services recommendations to ensure that they can serve their patients. A variety of clinicians play a role in providing preventive services to women, so it is critical that we all engage women about their preventive health early, often, and at every stage of their lives.

 

The latest WPSI recommendation on screening for anxiety in adolescent and adult women highlights, recognizes, and prioritizes the health needs that disproportionately affect women. This includes mental health, which is a critical part of a patient’s overall well-being. It is wonderful to have the WPSI partnership that allows for anxiety and mental health services for patients without cost-sharing.

 

Patients and communities will see many health improvements by using WPSI’s recommendations and the Well-Woman Chart to address each patient’s preventive health needs. For questions and concerns, or to schedule your Well Woman visit, give us a call at 407-566-2229.

For the full article please click on the following link: https://www.acog.org/news/presidents-blog/folder/2021/2/prioritizing-womens-preventive-health-with-wpsi

 

 

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March 2021 Newsleter

Helping Expecting Parents Find A Great Pediatrician

Helping Expecting Parents Find A Great Pediatrician

Celebration Pediatrics: Calling All Expecting Parents!!!

 

We opened our doors in 2011 to the Celebration community and surrounding areas. We offer a wide variety of comprehensive medical care for infants, children, and adolescents. We offer same day appointments and are conveniently located just outside of Disney. Our courteous and knowledgeable staff work hard to make every visit to our office positive. With over 20 years of experience, our board-certified pediatricians believe exceptional care is obtained when there is an on–going relationship between the doctor and patient.

 

We want to be lifelong partners in your child’s health. We achieve this goal by listening to your questions and concerns and educating you on how to promote a healthy lifestyle for the entire family. To help you get acquainted with our practice, we have provided important information you will need on our website

One to three months before your baby’s arrival, we encourage you to register for one of our FREE “Meet and Greet” ZOOM sessions. This is a great opportunity to get to know one of our board-certified pediatricians and staff members, ask questions, receive guidance, and see our modern facility! To schedule your “Meet and Greet” visit, call us at 407-566-9700.

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November 2020 Newsletter

Women’s Preventative Health

Women’s Preventative Health

Prioritizing Women’s Preventive Health with the Women’s Preventative Services Initiative

By: Diana Ramos, MD, Co-chair of Dissemination and Implementation Steering Committee and  Women’s Preventive Services Initiative

As an obstetrician–gynecologist and women’s health expert, I am dedicated to supporting and advocating for women’s physical and mental health needs. Throughout my career, I have been fortunate to care for many women throughout their life span. I have often seen that women are the drivers, role models, and decision makers of their own healthcare as well as their family’s healthcare. I have also learned that the health of the one patient in front of me is often the reflection of the health within her community. This is why I understand the urgency in addressing women’s preventive health and the potential effect I can have on her community.

 

The unfortunate reality is that nearly half of all women in the United States are not receiving the preventive services they need. With COVID-19 exacerbating the many challenges that women already face, priorities for medical visits are shifting, and preventive services are not always at the forefront of a patient’s mind.

 

That is where the Women’s Preventive Services Initiative (WPSI) comes in. WPSI consists of a multidisciplinary team of experts who provide evidence-based, cutting-edge recommendations for women’s preventive health. Led by ACOG and the Health Resources and Services Administration, WPSI’s resources provide clinicians with a trusted guide to support their patient’s preventive health needs. This includes the Well-Woman Chart, an easy-to-use summary of WPSI’s recommendations based on age, health status, pregnancy status, and general risk factors.

 

WPSI’s strength is in the cross-collaboration of clinicians across disciplines and its focus on preventive health. This allows for an informed focus and review of the organization in addressing pressing and often overlooked women’s health needs. WPSI provides clinicians across specialties and fields with resources and clear guidance for implementing preventive health services recommendations to ensure that they can serve their patients. A variety of clinicians play a role in providing preventive services to women, so it is critical that we all engage women about their preventive health early, often, and at every stage of their lives.

 

The latest WPSI recommendation on screening for anxiety in adolescent and adult women highlights, recognizes, and prioritizes the health needs that disproportionately affect women. This includes mental health, which is a critical part of a patient’s overall well-being. It is wonderful to have the WPSI partnership that allows for anxiety and mental health services for patients without cost-sharing.

 

Patients and communities will see many health improvements by using WPSI’s recommendations and the Well-Woman Chart to address each patient’s preventive health needs. For questions and concerns, or to schedule your Well Woman visit, give us a call at 407-566-2229. FULL ARTICLE HERE

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November 2020 Newsletter

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