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Pediatrics Clinic Coronavirus Updates

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  • Written By: Felicia Messimer
Pediatrics Clinic Coronavirus Updates

The CCMG Pediatrics Clinic is open and wants to keep our community healthy. Providers Val Amstadt, PA-C, Francesca McCaffrey, DO, and Kyle Sabey, DO, want to make sure you are taking care of your child’s healthcare as safely as possible.

Everyone at CCH has worked tirelessly to protect our patients from COVID-19 by implementing ways to separate and treat patients with respiratory symptoms from patients who do not. Learn more about the services available to children from the ages of birth to 21 years old at the Pediatrics clinic during this time.

Immunization visits in person
For children who are due for immunizations, the providers are offering those at the Kid Clinic, located at 800 Butler Spaeth Road in Gillette, Wyoming. You are able to schedule a follow up appointment after the visit.

If you have other concerns to discuss, please notify the registration specialist when scheduling so you can also be scheduled for a telehealth visit with your preferred provider to address the concern.

If you are unsure if your child is due, please call 307.688.3636 to have a nurse review your immunization records. Most commonly, immunizations are due at the following ages:

  • 2, 4, 6, 12-15, 18 and months
  • 4 years old
  • 11 years old
  • 16 years old

Newborn hospital follow up visits in person
The timing of this visit is determined by the pediatrician who takes care of your baby after your birth at Campbell County Memorial Hospital. The providers are currently seeing these patients at the Kid Clinic at 800 Butler Spaeth Road. Our providers, Dr. McCaffrey and Dr. Sabey, are rotating seeing patients at this clinic.

For questions, please call 307.688.3636. You can get more information about updates to the Pediatrics Clinic on our Facebook page.

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