Washington’s child health improvement partnership, WA-CHIP, which is led by WCAAP, is working on multiple fronts to improve child health. The First Year Families arm of the partnership focuses on […]
DOH is launching a media campaign to encourage families to resume well-child visits and check-ups.
WCAAP vice president Dr. Beth Ebel spoke with the Seattle Times about the potential for increased COVID-19 infections as families in the Seattle area return from spring break vacations.
Kristi Rice, MD, FAAPCo-chair, WCAAP Vaccine Committee The WCAAP Vaccine committee has been busy coordinating and assisting in many efforts. Over the last year, members have been meeting with the […]
Whitney Kopp, MDProvidence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital What began as a fever for seven-year-old Harmony quickly revealed itself as something much more dangerous, a symptom of a rare pediatric condition […]
Q&A with Shaquita Bell, MD, FAAPOdessa Brown Children’s Clinic When did you start doing mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics and what motivated you? We started doing mobile vaccine clinics last spring. […]
Brian L. Simmerman, MD, FAAP Providence Medical Park Pediatrics As expected, the FDA authorized COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5-11 and the CDC added its recommendation, making kids in our […]
Ariana Salaiz Program Manager, WCAAP WCAAP’s Champions for Youth Steering Committee, an integral component of our Child Health Improvement Partnership (WA-CHIP) has been a critical place for primary care providers, […]
A quick round-up of updates on COVID-19 guidance and resources from AAP, WCAAP, DOH, and the WMC. New Guidance from AAP The AAP has recently released new and updated guidance […]
Dr. Elizabeth Meade practices at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle. “Our experience in the hospital has changed wildly over the last few weeks with delta variant in terms of the […]