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Covid 19 Isolation and quarantine recommendations

Due to the high volume of calls regarding COVID19 isolation and quarantine recommendations, we ask that you please refer to the CDC website https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/quarantine-isolation.html to review the current COVID19 isolation and quarantine recommendations.


Now Hiring

 

Lincoln Pediatric Group is hiring for multiple positions!

Positions currently available at LPG:

CMA/LPN/RN:

This position works closely with Physicians and APP’s to provide quality patient care to infants, children, an adolescents. Requires good computer and patient care skills. Pediatric experience preferred but not required.

RN:

This position is 3-4 days per week and 1 weekend per month. Works closely with all providers in the office to provide telephone care to patients and families. Requires good computer and telephone skills. Strong communication and assessment skills are a must. Pediatric experience preferred but not required. Click link to apply online: https://indeedhi.re/3k04qXH

 

Or click link to print and fill out an application from our website: https://lincolnpedsgroup.com/application2018UPDATE-1.pdf

Benefits Available:

Competitive wages- including weekend differential!!
Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance available to full time staff!!
HSA match available to full time staff!!
Short Term Disability and Supplemental Life Insurance available to full time staff!!
Long Term Disability and Life Insurance paid for by the office!!
Enhanced 401k Retirement Plan with employer match!!

 


Should My Child Get A Flu Shot?

Maybe you have been thinking about skipping this year’s flu shot since there were so few cases last year. Think again! Now is not the time to skip a flu shot or even procrastinate. This is true for you and for your child. Should my child get a flu shot? The answer is a resounding YES, and here is why.

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RSV Cases Surging: What Parents Should Know

The last 18 months have been both frightening and frustrating for parents. The pandemic and everything that occurred around it has upended families and especially children. The CDC has recently issued a health advisory for clinicians and caregivers about the increased interseasonal RSV activity in the southern United States. After thinking we were beginning to see progress with so many Americans getting vaccinated, suddenly we are being told RSV cases are surging. Here’s what parents should know.

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2021 Lincoln Choice Awards

It’s that time of year again for the Lincoln Choice Awards! Please nominate us under the health and well-being category for the best medical clinic and pediatric group. Follow the link to get started!  https://bit.ly/38F1quo


Tips for Talking to Kids About COVID-19

This may be an upsetting time for children. They may wonder why people are staying home and why they can’t go to school.

Here are some tips on how to talk to children about COVID-19.

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Tips For Dealing With Social Distancing

Social distancing may be the term we have become familiar with, but to many it has come to mean isolation and loneliness.  Loneliness can breed fear, anxiety, and sadness. We hope the need for social distancing will end soon, but while we are living through it, many need some tips for dealing with social distancing.

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