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Acne Express is a virtual consult service that uses secure photograph submissions to assess your child’s acne. This service is available to patients 8 to 17 years old in New Jersey and Pennsylvania who have a MyCHOP account. Within two business days, a CHOP dermatologist will review your case, make treatment recommendations, prescribe medications if needed and let you know if a follow-up visit is necessary.
Comfort positions are secure hugging holds that help your child feel safe and secure during medical procedures. Find several comfort positions that we often recommend for newborns, infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
This online symptom checker can help you make informed decisions about what level of medical care your child may need, if any, and steps you can take to relieve symptoms at home.
Listen to previous town hall sessions hosted for CHOP Primary Care families, covering a variety of hot topics and answering questions we’re hearing frequently from parents in our practices.
In this podcast for pediatricians, experts from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia discuss hot topics in pediatric primary care and issues affecting the daily practice of pediatricians.
CHOP performs COVID-19 testing using PCR testing and obtains the specimen using the less invasive anterior nares testing swabs. Results of PCR tests are generally available within 24 to 48 hours. You do not need to be a current CHOP patient to schedule an appointment at a CHOP testing site. Please note testing is available by appointment only.
A reference guide for players, parents and coaches for returning to youth sports after COVID-19 shutdowns, developed by experts from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Reference guides to help aide in family decision-making about child care and considerations for safe reopening of child care centers during COVID-19.
Here’s what to expect when you come in for your next appointment at a Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Care Network location.
Read health and wellness tips from the pediatric experts at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Subscribe to our Health Tips newsletter to receive them in your inbox.
Children need immunizations to prevent them from getting sick. Like adults, children deserve honest answers about their healthcare. Find some suggestions for helping prepare your child for his immunizations.
Watch this video to learn why children get fevers and when to call the doctor.
It is understandable to have fears about going to the doctor's office in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it's more important than ever to make sure your child visits the doctor. Please don't delay care.
The AAP is committed to the optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.