This is the official site of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Much of this site is devoted to professionals but there is a fair amount of family oriented material as well. You can find things here such as information on SIDS or the current immunization schedule.
This is the US Consumer Product Safety Commission web site. It is fairly massive but with a little navigation it can give you great pertinent information.
U.S. Government Agency focused on Disease Information and Prevention (excellent resource for international travel information)
This link provides instruction on the correct way to perform CPR on infants (children younger than one year of age). You can even watch a video demonstration to ensure you are performing it correctly.
Watch this video demontration and learn more about how to correctly perform CPR on children ages 1-8.
This form is for our patients in grades 7-12 who are participating in school sports.
PDF Download for children 0-6 years of age.
If you are seeking an ADHD evaluation, please download and complete this form and have your child's teacher(s) complete the Teacher form (below) prior to your child's appointment. If you have not scheduled this visit, please call our office. We schedule these visits at the end of the day and thus we are limited in how many we schedule each week.
In addition to completing the Parent form, please have your child's teacher(s) complete this Teacher form prior to your child's ADHD evaluation so that our physicians may review it with you during your child’s appointment.
The Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt is a place to hope and a place to heal for patients and their families.