Kids' perspectives make a difference

Ask a kid a question and you may get an answer you didn’t expect. This “perspective” is a gift provided by the uniquenesses of the individual and the stage of his or her development. To that end, we want to invite our patients to teach each other about important health and wellness topics. At the … Continue reading ›

The "spirit of giving" is a gift

There are many ways in which we care for one another. As parents, we teach our children to be kind, giving and mindful that we should treat others as ourselves. The spirit of giving is a gift. It allows us to think beyond ourselves, enhancing our “perspective” of the world around us. As parents, we influence our … Continue reading ›

Keep your hands away from your mouth

T’is the season. Specific illnesses tend to find our children/adolescents at certain times of the year. We want you to know “What’s Going Around”. Please reference this page for information about what we are seeing, what you should look for, what you can do and when you should call us. We wish you well!

Knowledge is a powerful tool

Most of us have access to more information than at any other point in human history. We have grown accustom to quickly finding answers to our questions and learning about events as they happen. As important and relevant pediatric health topics arise, we will post informative links, supporting facts and helpful commentary from our providers and nursing … Continue reading ›

You're invited to our open house

Thank you to all of you who were able to attend today’s open house. It was nice to see so many smiling faces. We are looking forward to “raising expectations together”. 

Hello again or possibly for the first time,

Perspective, I have learned, is critical to our well-being and how we live our lives. I am privileged to care for my patients and I am honored and ever-aware of the trust they place in me. As a physician, I am a witness to my patient’s experience of our human condition. The view that I … Continue reading ›

Parents are our greatest resource

We’re in the process of finalizing the 3 members of our Parent Advisory Committee (PAC). This group is made up of appointed parent volunteers who will meet regularly with members of our staff to discuss important practice related topics. Highlights of each meeting will be posted on the Genesis News & Events page.

Building healthy partnerships

Part of the “Genesis difference” is our determination to provide quality care in a personalized way. We want to develop healthy, mutual partnerships with our patients and their families. You can now get to know out staff through their postings on this page. Each staff member is encouraged to submit anecdotes, inspiring stories and “perspectives” gained … Continue reading ›