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First Virus of the School Year!

National news is now reporting cases of enterovirus that is hitting a number of states hard, and Colorado is among them. We’re seeing some cases of the respiratory bug here, which presents like a bad cold. The recommendation is to treat the symptoms, but to call your doctor if your child experiences wheezing or difficulty…
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Announcements

  • It is with great regard and appreciation that we recognize nearly 35 years of wonderful care for our pediatric patients by Dr. Craig Spoering.  His patients (both current and former) are invited to a retirement reception Saturday, Sept. 13th from 1 – 4 p.m. in the lobby of Western Colorado Pediatric Associates. We wish him well!

  • Our new blogs have launched!  Check them out here

    Newly-insured patients of Primary Care Partners no doubt have lots of questions about “how to be a patient”. Parents want to know more about how to raise healthy, happy kids; diabetics seek information on better management of their condition, smokers want information on how to quit, and everyone is interested in how to eat healthier, or how to manage their medications cost-effectively.

     As your partner in health, we want you to have access to as much information as you need to do that. That’s why  you will now see regular blogs on our website authored by our providers and local experts on various topics of interest to you.

  • Our new and improved Patient Portal is now live!

    This new version is much easier to navigate, and offers more features for managing your healthcare and that of your family. There are important changes, however, for patients younger than 18 years of age.  Click here to  learn  more

    It’s safe and secure, and you can access the Patient Portal anytime using your smartphone or tablet by downloading a free app from iTunes App Store or Android Play Store.

    You should now have an email inviting you to register on the new Patient Portal.  If we don’t have your email address, please call your physician’s office so we can add it to our records.