This informative event includes continuing education credits and is designed for any clinical professional who cares for children with emergent medical needs.
Each year, approximately 60,000 children are treated in emergency departments after getting into medicines on their own or after dosing errors by adults. Learn how to prevent dosing errors with these tips.
Expecting a baby, or know someone who is? Make sure they get off to a healthy start with these free and informative classes.
Join your neighbors and Parkland Health Center staff for these educational events.
Our BJC Medical Group pediatricians at Parkland Health Center are dedicated to providing personalized care for young patients and their families. They practice close to home, at Medical Arts Clinic on the campus of Parkland Health Center.
When you breastfeed, you give your baby a healthy start that lasts a lifetime. Breast milk is the perfect food for your baby. Discover the numerous benefits to mom and baby from breastfeeding.
Summer is the time for adventures, so why not extend that sense of exploration into what we eat? Once school’s out, that means more meals at home, so it’s the perfect opportunity to initiate a healthy eating challenge for kids in just three easy steps!
Parkland Health Center is pleased to announce that Carolyn Gibson has been selected as the ICARE Star Service Team Member for May 2018. Carolyn is a patient access representative and has worked at Parkland Health Center and formerly at Mineral Area Regional Medical Center for a combined total of nearly 14 years.
Parkland Health Center is pleased to announce that Mindy Weber, MSW, LCSW, has been selected as the ICARE Star Service Team Member for April 2018. Mindy is a social worker in the care management department and she has worked at Parkland Health Center for two years.
May is National Stroke Awareness Month.