Wart Removal – Do It Yourself

While you’re at home and your children are not participating in sports, it’s an opportune time to treat your children’s warts. Warts are very common in children. They are found most often on the fingers, feet, and knees. They are raised, usually …

Quarantine Addition: Medicine Cabinet Clean Out!

Dear Families, Quarantine has left many teens feeling bored as if they have nothing to do. Well, it happens to be the perfect time for spring cleaning! We know that people tend to keep expired or unused medications in their homes. Storing …

Dr. Hartman’s Voluntary Unpaid Furlough

Dear Families, In my 34 years of serving you, this practice has never experienced such a cataclysmic event. Everyone is suffering physically, emotionally, and financially. I will be taking a voluntary 3-month unpaid furlough to help both the practice maintain its financial …

COVID-19 Update – Only Mansfield Office Open, No Evening Hours

Dear Patients and Families, The COVID-19 crisis has been a contradiction for local medical offices – lots of concern about people becoming sick, yet a major decrease in pediatric office visits. As a result, local practices have been drastically altering their staffing patterns …

Patient User Guide for Virtual Visits

We are rapidly starting to incorporate virtual visits into our practice to help limit the amount of in office visits during this outbreak. In fact, we expect the vast majority of our visits to take place via telehealth for the next few …

COVID-19 Update – Who Should Not Be Seen in the Office (and Who Should), Make a Telehealth Visit Today, and Some Information About Insurance and Billing

Happy Monday,  We hope you all are settling into a semblance of a new routine.  We are aware of the stressors facing our community and are here to help however we can. We would like to provide yet another update to inform …

Inspirational Medical Heroes For Your Kids!

During this crisis, there are emerging Public Health Heroes. First, what is Public Health? A definition I learned when I was at the Harvard School of Public Health at age 53 was that Public Health is “the constant redefining of the unacceptable.” Always trying …