August 16, 2019

Elaina Hogan is the newest addition to the Primary Care Pediatrics family. Elaina is a pediatric nurse practitioner who joined our practice in June of 2018. Originally from Chattanooga, TN, Elaina completed undergraduate studies at the University of Memphis earning bachelor’s degrees in Nursing and Philosophy. She completed her nurse externship at LeBonheur Children’s Hospital where she later worked as a NICU nurse for four and a half years with a C...

February 14, 2019

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August 31, 2018

We want to congratulate the Woodstock Middle School football team on starting their season off with a couple of wins. Prior to this year, they had never won a game. We had the joy of meeting many of the players while helping with their sports physical clearance exams. We wish Coach Crouch and the Aggies all the best the rest of the season. 

December 22, 2017

This holiday season, Primary Care Pediatrics is proud to donate 3 Wishes For Her, a charity that ministers to families with critically ill children. Please check out their Facebook page to learn more about this great organization and consider donating during this season of giving...and Merry Christmas to all the staff and families of "3W"!

September 22, 2017

We have Flu shots in stock for all insurance plans. Give us a call to schedule a visit with the shot nurse. Flu shots are recommended for children age 6 months and older. Fall just arrived but we are already seeing positive flu cases in the clinic.

September 15, 2017

Stephen is a board certified pediatric nurse practitioner with 12 years of pediatric acute care nursing experience including critical care, cardiology, and general surgery at LeBonheur Children’s Hospital. Following his acute care experience, he has been practicing in the primary care setting for the past 5 years and has developed a passion for the management of asthma and the prevention of childhood obesity. He also serves as an adjunct faculty mem...

December 24, 2016

We at Primary Care Pediatrics would like to offer Santa a few quick health tips as he gears up for the big sleigh ride tonight. 

#1.  Definitely get your flu shot. We've seen several positive flu tests in clinic this past week so since you are visiting our area you need to make sure that you're protected. 

#2.  The American Academy of Pediatrics would consider cookies a "sometimes" food, not an "everyday" food. So it's ok to e...