Pavilion Pediatric Center

Pavilion Pediatric Center Phone765 231 9494
Fax 765-587-4456

www.pavilionpediatriccenter.com Children's healthcare
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RSV UPDATE FDA approves a new monoclonal antibody . This is not a vaccine. Click the link for more information.  https:/...
07/22/2023

RSV UPDATE
FDA approves a new monoclonal antibody . This is not a vaccine. Click the link for more information.

https://www.cnn.com/2023/07/17/health/rsv-antibody-nirsevimab/index.html?fbclid=IwAR1qWL2s_HlXni5W_1_b39b9AMN2xqgrZSw-bL5kUTHKislwphpP9VXg6Dk_aem_AT5V92gIXWSuW0XpzC-vJarBCSmQQWHlJd97gGyXVJZgsJ5grVnfoRvFbKMW6w7tpYw&mibextid=Zxz2cZ

Parents and pediatricians will have a new option this fall to protect babies from a lung-attacking virus that is the leading cause of hospitalization in infants under a year of age in the United States every year.

05/14/2023

Happy Mother’s Day

05/12/2023

sleep patterns and tips for helping children sleep through the night:

Infants typically sleep 14-17 hours per day, while toddlers need about 11-14 hours per day
Establish a consistent bedtime routine, such as bath time, story time, and a lullaby or song
Create a sleep-conducive environment, such as a dark, quiet room with a comfortable temperature
Avoid stimulating activities before bedtime, such as screen time or rough play
Encourage physical activity during the day to help children feel tired at night
Offer a light bedtime snack, such as milk or a small amount of carbohydrates, to help children feel full and satisfied
Use positive reinforcement to encourage good sleep habits, such as staying in bed all night
Avoid using screens, including phones, tablets, and TVs, in the bedroom
Consider a transitional object, such as a favorite stuffed animal or blanket, for comfort and security

Be patient and consistent in establishing good sleep habits, and seek the advice of our provider if sleep problems persist

05/02/2023

Managing Behavioral Problems in Children

* Identify the root cause of the behavior
* Implement positive reinforcement and consequences
* Set clear expectations and boundaries for behavior
* Teach mindfulness techniques for stress management
* Provide social skills training for better communication
* Consider cognitive-behavioral therapy for severe problems
* Seek the support of mental health professionals and healthcare providers
* Be patient and consistent in managing behavior

02/03/2023

We're thrilled to announce that Dr Jabeen has recently obtained certification from the UCI School of medicine in Primary Care Psychiatry Fellowship. This means that our patients can trust that Dr Jabeen is up-to-date on the latest medical advancements and treatments in pediatric psychiatric care.
Congratulations Dr Jabeen and thank you for your commitment to providing exceptional care to our little ones!

Phone765 231 9494
Fax 765-587-4456

www.pavilionpediatriccenter.com

12/21/2022

"Attention parents!

Are you looking for top-quality pediatric care for your little ones? Look no further! Our pediatric practice is dedicated to providing the best possible medical care for children of all ages. From well-child visits to sick visits, we've got you covered. Plus, our friendly and compassionate staff will make your child feel at ease during every visit. Give us a call to schedule an appointment today!"

Call : 765 231 9494

Text :765-207 5033

12/16/2022

Preventing the Flu in Children:

* Vaccination: The most effective way to prevent the flu is to get a flu vaccine each year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older get a flu vaccine. Children 6 months through 8 years of age who have never received a flu vaccine before may need two doses of vaccine to be fully protected.

* Hand washing: Encourage your child to wash their hands frequently with soap and water. This can help prevent the spread of the flu virus.

* Cover your mouth and nose: Teach your child to cover their mouth and nose with a tissue when they sneeze or cough. If a tissue is not available, they should sneeze or cough into their elbow.
* Stay home when sick: If your child is sick with the flu, keep them home from school or daycare until they have been fever-free for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication. This will help prevent the spread of the flu to others.

* Keep surfaces clean: Clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that may be contaminated with flu viruses. This includes door handles, light switches, and toys.

* Avoid close contact: Encourage your child to avoid close contact with people who are sick. This can help prevent the spread of the flu virus.
* Get plenty of rest: Make sure your child gets plenty of rest and stays hydrated to help their body fight off the flu virus.

By following these simple steps, you can help prevent the flu in your child and protect your entire family from getting sick.

12/14/2022

Preventing RSV infection!

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common respiratory virus that can cause mild to severe illness in children. To prevent RSV infection in children, it is important to practice good hygiene, such as washing your hands regularly with soap and water, avoiding close contact with people who are sick, and avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Additionally, you can help prevent the spread of RSV by keeping your child away from crowds and other places where the virus may be easily transmitted. If your child is at high risk for severe RSV infection, your doctor may recommend medications or other treatments to help prevent the infection

08/05/2022
Baby formula shortage!
05/17/2022

Baby formula shortage!

​Shortages of infant formulas have occurred in some stores, mostly due to pandemic-related supply chain issues and a recent large-scale recall of contaminated products. Read on for tips for families struggling to find infant formula.

02/04/2022

Our office is closed today due to weather and road conditions!

Virtual visit Etiquette
05/23/2021

Virtual visit Etiquette

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04/18/2021

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★★★★★ "Dr. Bhoopalam is the best! Had a health question about my daughter and even in the weekend answered! He truly cares about his patients! Thank you for always being there for my kids!"

02/16/2021

We are closed today due to weather conditions!!

02/08/2021

Get flu shots for your kids!

02/04/2021

Dad at the doctors office !

Covid vaccine- done with the first dose 2 weeks ago, awaiting second dose next week.
01/02/2021

Covid vaccine- done with the first dose 2 weeks ago, awaiting second dose next week.

12/20/2020

Here's what parents and caregivers of babies and toddlers need to know about the recommendations for COVID-19 vaccines.

09/01/2020

We have rapid Covid19 test available for our patients in the office. It takes 20 minutes with just nasal swab.

06/10/2020

When teachers assign projects, parents are often unsure how much to help and end up doing way too much.

06/09/2020

Some U.S. children have been hospitalized with this rare inflammatory condition. Should parents be concerned?

06/09/2020

Researchers have identified the main symptoms and clinical attributes of a new inflammatory syndrome in children that's similar to Kawasaki disease, a new study reveals.

06/09/2020

And start raising kind ones.

06/09/2020

Children who grow up with loving and attentive parents grow up more resilient. But at what point does love and attention go too far?

06/09/2020

With so much for our children to learn in today’s high-tech world, it’s all too easy for them to miss out on practical life skills,…

06/09/2020

These books can help start the conversation.

06/09/2020

World Oceans Day takes place on June 8 every year.

06/09/2020

World Oceans Day is June 8th and there is still time to celebrate! Put on a blue shirt and forge ahead with these ten fun ways to celebrate World Oceans Day with your class or family.

06/05/2020

When winter approaches, you’ll definitely want to stock up on nasal spray and Kleenex! While you won’t be able to avoid your baby’s first cold, here’s what you can do to soothe your sick sweetheart.

06/05/2020

Dealing with a sick baby is no fun. Whether they're bringing home bugs from daycare or suffering from a diaper rash, we've got advice to keep them more comfortable.

06/05/2020

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Advisory: We have revised guidelines for visiting our locations. More information. Telehealth update. Home Care Update.

06/05/2020

It's that time of year again!

06/05/2020

My son has always been a happy, easygoing kid. But at 4 months, Samuel was really cranky for a few days. I called the pediatrician's…

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2525 W University Avenue #404
Muncie, IN
47303

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Thursday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm

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+17652319494

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Does anyone know if they are open tomorrow, since it's labor day. Thank you!