Palouse Pediatrics has offices in both Pullman, Washington and Moscow Idaho

Health Care for Infants, Children and Adolescents

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Palouse Pediatrics seek to provide the highest quality pediatric care possible, in order to facilitate normal physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness of children in the community.

Palouse Pediatrics seek to be available for parents in order to provide continuity of care in a family-friendly environment.

request an appointmentPalouse Pediatrics will have the highest respect from other providers in the community and be the most requested practice for infants, children and adolescents in the region.

Cost-effectiveness will have high consideration as Palouse Pediatrics partner with our patients’ families, sharing responsibility for their health care.

Palouse Pediatrics aim to practice in a positive, pleasant environment that is rewarding to all who are a part of Palouse Pediatrics.

When making appointments at our office, you are always free to choose which doctor you would like to see within the limits of the scheduling. Whenever one doctor is not in the office, another doctor will see all the patients who need to be seen.

Patients are seen by appointment only, however, if you have an emergency, please call and we will instruct you on how to proceed. We strive to see all children that need to be seen before we close each day.


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Here’s the latest news & information from our Facebook page:

We have added a new member to our team! Ashley Randleman will be heading up our new Fit4Life Program. A positive, upbeat program for children & adolescents who want to create healthy habits for life.

If you would like to your child to see Ashley, you can speak to one of our pediatricians or call the receptionist to schedule an appointment.

Ashley Randleman, board certified pediatric nurse practitioner, recently joined Palouse Pediatrics in Pullman and Moscow offices. Randleman is the practice’s pediatric wellness specialist serving children and adolescents. Her particular area of focus is on children’s wellness issues, including weight management and building healthy, sustainable lifestyle choices in children early. She will be providing acute care services for children as well. Randleman is the only pediatric wellness specialist serving in the region.

Randleman earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and her Masters of Science in Nursing at Duke University. She began her career in nursing in 2007 as a nursing assistant working with children in their homes. After becoming a registered nurse in 2011, she worked as a certified pediatric nurse at Brenner Children’s Hospital and Bayada Pediatrics in Winston Sale, North Carolina. While in North Carolina, Ashley also coached a children’s fitness class and worked as a boot camp instructor in CrossFit.

She says she is looking forward to cultivating enriching relationships with her patients and their families. She believes in patient-centered care and working with her patients to foster healthy and sustainable lifestyle changes.
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In June of 2016, the American Academy of Pediatrics supported the recommendation by the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) that health care providers should not use live attenuated influenza vaccine (or intranasal Flumist) in the upcoming 2016-’17 season due to poor effectiveness of this vaccine in the previous 3 influenza seasons.

As a result, Palouse Pediatrics will not be giving any intransal influenza vaccine during the 2016-’17 influenza season, but still highly recommend all children 6 months old and older be immunized against influenza every year. Flu vaccine is the best way we have to protect children from this potentially lethal virus and being immunized every year significantly reduces the risk of a child being hospitalized due to flu.

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Palouse Pediatrics - Moscow & Pullman shared American Academy of Pediatrics's photo.

#Wearorange We hope you all wear orange and take a stand against gun violence!
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25 years ago, pediatrician Dr. Judy Palfrey lost an 11-year-old patient to gun violence. Her outrage spurred her to action then; today she renews her call to action. Read her post on the AAP Voices blog: ow.ly/i8Iv300Ml6O #WearOrange

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