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We nurture the physical, emotional, and cognitive health of your child by providing exceptional pediatric care in a relaxed, fun and welcoming setting.

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Saturday Walk-In Hours at CARY office

Our Walk-in clinic will be in the Cary office until further notice.  We will see sick walk-in patients from 8a until 12 noon at 1001 Cresecent Green, Cary.

Thank you for your understanding!

Holiday Hours & Location Change

APEX OFFICE UPDATE

The Apex Office will be open tomorrow with LIMITED availability. Two of our providers are seeing patients in the Cary location and two providers will still be in Apex. Please expect these temporary changes to last for the next couple of weeks. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and greatly appreciate your patience during this time.

Mask Policy Update

Dear Parents,

We are excited to announce that we will no longer require masking during office visits at any of our three locations.  The option of wearing a mask will still be honored, but not required, and we will no longer provide masks for patients.  If a family prefers to wear a mask, our providers will try to honor this by wearing a mask, too.

Throughout the pandemic, Cary Peds has consistently followed the guidance from the CDC in an effort to protect the health, safety, and well-being of our employees and patients alike.  Recently, the CDC revised its guidance based on significant decline in COVID-19 related serious illness, hospitalization, and death rates across the U.S.  As such, we are recognizing these advancements and adjusting our expectations and requirements. Please understand that this plan may change at any time, depending on needs of our practice and the community.

With kind regards,

The Cary Pediatrics Family

Helping our friends at Note in the Pocket!

Cary/Fuquay/Apex Peds is having a clothing drive for our friends at Note in the Pocket until October 26! Drop off new or gently used clothing or shoes to any of our 3 offices & we’ll take care of the rest!  Need ideas on what to donate? Check out their Amazon Wish List – purchase your items & mail to the office – You don’t even have to leave home!  Help us help them!

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Note to our patients with Medicaid Direct insurance

We are writing to let you know of some changes coming to your child’s Medicaid insurance. All those patients with Medicaid Direct (except those who are in foster care) will have their insurance coverage change to a managed care group, which depends on the county you live in. For example, Wake County uses Alliance, and Harnett County uses Sandhills.

These regional plans will start being your child’s main insurance on December 1, 2022. You will be receiving information from NC Medicaid about some upcoming dates and instructions to make sure your child gets assigned appropriately, and you get to choose your child’s doctor.

  • August 15, 2022: Open Enrollment started: you can go online and choose your medical provider.
  • October 15, 2022: If you have not chosen your provider but this point, you are assigned to one (and the computers try to pick the doctor or practice you have seen most often). But it would be best for you to do this yourself.

At this moment, Cary, Apex, and Fuquay-Varina Pediatrics has only recently contracted with Alliance (Wake County). We fully expect to participate also with Vaya, and Sandhills plans. If you live in a county that does not work with one of these three plans, we will most likely not be able to be your child’s doctor. Our name is probably not yet listed on the Medicaid website for Alliance, so please be patient.

We do plan to be fully participating before the October 15 deadline for auto-enrollment, and will reach out to you all as soon as we have everything in place for the remaining plans. We value the trust you have given our practice and our providers to be the medical home for your children. And we look forward to continuing to do so in the coming years.

Cary, Apex, and Fuquay-Varina Pediatrics

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Same-Day Sick Visits

We offer same-day sick visits and annual well-child care 5 days a week from 8:30 am until 5 pm in all locations. For your convenience, you may be seen in any of our offices.

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Thank you for considering our practice to care for your family! Our job is to care for your child’s health and help nurture you to be the best parent you can be.

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We offer a great mix of specialties, ages and experiences to offer a the best fit our children.

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ADHD

Our office performs ADHD screening for our families and helps them navigate the confusing landscape of ‘attention’ in school and at home. Please call to set up a consult with one of our providers if you or the school has concerns.
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Asthma

Asthma affects one in ten children and is one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood. As a practice, we are committed to helping you and your child control their asthma symptoms so that they can have a normal and active lifestyle.
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Flu Season

First, and most importantly, we recommend that all children 6 months and older receive the flu vaccine. This is the best and most effective way to prevent your children from getting the flu. If you haven’t already, please call one of our offices to schedule a nurse visit to receive the flu vaccine. Bear with us as our supplies of the flu vaccine are changing daily.
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Vaccinations

We believe in the effectiveness and safety of vaccines to prevent serious illness and to save lives, and that all children and young adults should receive all of the recommended vaccines according to the schedule published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

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