Bellevue Pediatrics Associates


Bellevue Pediatrics Associates
Bellevue Pediatrics Associates is listed in the Physicians & Surgeons category in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Bellevue Pediatrics Associates which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Bellevue Pediatrics Associates on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

Contact information for Bellevue Pediatrics Associates is:
446 Lincoln Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15202
(412) 761-1190
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Attention Children's Express Care patients: Due to a neighborhood power outage, Children's Express Care - West Mifflin may not be able to open at noon today. We will open as soon as the power is restored to the area. Should you need assistance while we are closed, please visit Children's Express Care in South Fayette, Lawrenceville or at Washington Hospital.

Explore our online library of Health Resources to keep your child safe, healthy and happy. Learn more:

Fight the flu before it starts. Flu vaccines are now available in office. Contact your location to schedule.

Q: How can I make tooth brushing more fun for my child? A: While tooth brushing is an essential part of keeping your child healthy, it is not always the most fun. Luckily, there are a few ways you can bring playfulness to the task: 1. Give your child a toothbrush to play with and encourage him to brush his favorite teddy bear's teeth while you brush his. 2. Take turns letting your child brush your teeth once you've brushed theirs - Just make sure you brush them again thoroughly later. 3. Count each tooth and cheer as it gets brushed: "Whoo hoo! Tooth number 5 is clean and shiny!" If you have questions or concerns about your child's oral health, talk with your CCP pediatrician today.

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Depending on your child’s age and nap schedule, among other factors, he or she may benefit from an earlier bedtime. In fact, some research has shown that the healthiest bedtime for many children is between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. This doesn’t mean you need to force your child into bed while the sun is still up, however. Instead, try putting your child to bed 20 minutes earlier for a few nights in a row. If he or she falls asleep easily, they should probably be going to bed earlier. If you have questions or concerns about sleep and your child, talk with your CCP pediatrician.

Same-day sick appointments and Walk-in Service ensure your child is seen when they are experiencing symptoms:

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Change up your taco routine - Set up a make-your-own taco bar and offer heart healthy options like ground turkey, squash or sweet potato filling and iceberg lettuce leaves in place of flour tortillas. Get more inspiration here:
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Across our network, we strive to be as accessible as possible . That’s why we have established Walk-in Service, same-day sick appointments, the Children’s Nurse Triage & Advice Line and Children’s Express Care locations. Through these offerings, you can feel confident knowing that CCP is available when you need us most.