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

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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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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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#Wearorange tomorrow June 2nd to fight for an end to gun violence!
Gun Safety: Keeping Children Safe

More than 44 million Americans own firearms. Of the 192 million firearms owned in the United States, 65 million are handguns.

Research Shows Guns in Homes are a Serious Risk to Families
A gun kept in the home is far more likely to kill someone known to the family than to kill or injure an intruder.
A gun kept in the home triples the risk of homicide.
The risk of suicide is 5 times more likely if a gun is kept in the home.
Advice to Parents
The best way to keep your children safe from injury or death from guns is to NEVER have a gun in the home.
Do not purchase a gun, especially a handgun.
Remove all guns present in the home.
Remember that young children simply do not understand how dangerous guns can be, despite parents' warnings .
Find out if there are guns in the homes where your children play. If so, talk to the adults in the house about the dangers of guns to their families.
For those who know of the dangers of guns but still keep a gun in the home:
Always keep the gun unloaded and locked up.
Lock and store the bullets in a separate place.
Make sure to hide the keys to the locked boxes.

Information found on healthychildren.org
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We recently announced to our patients that Palouse Pediatrics is excited to be part of Pullman Regional Hospital’s Pediatric Center of Excellence which will be opening July 1. The following is a post that we hope will address some recent inquiries that appear on social media about the Center and Palouse Pediatrics.
What is the Pediatric Center of Excellence? The Pediatric Center of Excellence is a collaboration between Palouse Pediatrics, Pullman Family Medicine, Palouse Medical and Pullman Regional Hospital. The Center creates a rigorous system to monitor services and compare outcomes to national benchmarks, payer standards and accrediting agencies to continuously improve the quality of hospital pediatric care striving for improved outcomes and increased patient satisfaction. It will include integrated processes of care between nursing, anesthesia, pharmacy, lab, respiratory therapy and other critical hospital services. These processes and establishment of standards are the first steps toward the goal to achieve designation as a Center of Excellence as that opportunity presents itself.
What is the relationship between Pullman Regional Hospital and Palouse Pediatrics? In 2009, Palouse Pediatrics approached Pullman Regional Hospital about buying the practice. As providers, we were more interested in practicing medicine than running a business. Pullman Regional Hospital bought the practice and as part of the agreement, a new Palouse Pediatrics office in Moscow was opened to provide greater access to pediatric care on the Palouse. Since that time, we have been very satisfied with our partnership with Pullman Regional Hospital and the expansion of services.
More recently, Palouse Pediatrics chose to be a part of the Pediatric Center of Excellence because it closely aligns with our vision to deliver the highest standard of care that addresses the unique needs of a pediatric hospital patient population. We are excited to be a partner in creating a Pediatric Center of Excellence so that children can receive the best hospital care.
What is the impact to Palouse Pediatric patients? A letter was sent to all Palouse Pediatric patients in early May announcing the Pediatric Center of Excellence. You can find that letter on our website, www.palousepediatrics.com It explains that our pediatricians will be available for hospital care, including post- delivery newborn care, only at Pullman Regional Hospital. In the case of a life threatening emergency, please go to the closest emergency care. If you, as the parent, want your child to be seen by his/her Palouse Pediatrics pediatrician for emergency care, you will need to go to Pullman Regional Hospital’s Emergency Department.
We are happy to answer any questions you may have. We are providing free consultations for parents who would like to talk to us. Please contact Palouse Pediatrics at 509.332.2605 or 208.882.2247.
You can read more about the Pediatric Center of Excellence at www.pullmanregional.org under “In the News.”
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