The latest news and information from Interlachen Pediatrics
UPDATE: We are now able to receive text messages. We have a new number for this service; 321-559-2879. Currently, however, our appointment reminder system is not active. Again, we are working to resolve this issue as quickly as possible and appreciate your patience. Please call our office or… view
Please read this warning issued by the CPSC and Fisher-Price regarding their Rock n' Play product. The warning was prompted due to the fact the Rock n' Play product has been involved in the deaths of at least 10… view
The AAP has issued a statement regarding the need for stronger regulations of e-cigarettes (commonly known as vaping) as their use is on the rise with teens and young adults. Read the statement… view
Many families will have a new insurance plan that started January 1, perhaps your family is one of them.
If your family is participating in a new insurance plan this year and you would like to be sure we are participating with the plan or network please be sure to review our insurance plans page. You may also contact our office and one of our staff… view
Please check your medicine cabinets to see if you have infant's ibuprofen concentrated oral suspension sold by Wal-mart, CVS or Family Dollar. The manufacturer has issued a voluntary recall due to higher concentrations of ibuprofen. You may compare the lot numbers of what you purchased with the… view
We are pleased to announce you may now request appointments for your child via text message. You may contact our office from any mobile device by texting us at 407-767-8399. We know today's family is busy and hope this will be an added convenience. You may continue to reach us by phone at 407-… view
A recently conducted study by Professor Rebecca Pillai Ridell of York University (Toronto) discovered how parents behaviors affect preschoolers experience with vaccines. Click here to view the video of her findings.