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Public health experts have confirmed that Ebola can only be spread through direct contact with the body fluids of someone sick with Ebola, or objects contaminated with the virus. It is NOT spread through casual contact. And it can only be spread when people who have the virus are actively showing symptoms. The most important early symptom of Ebola in someone who has been exposed to the virus is fever. Patients may also have headache, joint and muscle aches, weakness, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, lack of appetite, or abnormal bleeding.
If you or your child have any of the above symptoms, AND have traveled to Sierra Leone, Guinea or Liberia in the last 30 days, OR you have been in contact with someone who was diagnosed with Ebola, PLEASE DO NOT come to our office.
Instead, please call us so our medical staff can direct you to the proper facility to provide you with the best care possible.
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Welcome to South East Bay Pediatrics Medical Group
We are located at 2191 Mowry Ave., across the street from Washington Hospital. Our physicians are board-certified pediatricians who specialize in the care of children from birth through young adulthood. They are all affiliated with Washington Hospital.
Our doctors are specialists, trained and certified in the specialty of Pediatrics. All are members of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Board of Pediatrics, which certify Pediatric specialists and set the standards for Pediatric care in the United States. All are active in organizations promoting good health care for our children.
We offer a full range of pediatric services for newborns, infants, children and teenagers, including:
- Birth through adolescent care
- Routine health maintenance examinations
- Same day ill visits
- Complimentary pre-natal consultations
- Early morning urgent visit hour
- Same-day Saturday and Sunday morning appointments beginning at 9:00 am for URGENT CARE
- ADHD evaluations and treatment
Flu Vaccine Update - Sept 2014
We have both the injectable Flu vaccine for all patients down to 6 months of age as well as Flu Mist, intranasal vaccine for our patients 2 years and up.
An appointment with your child’s doctor is required and there is no co-payment due at the time of service. Please call our office or submit an appointment request.
We are able to see patients who are covered through both the Blue Shield and Healthnet plans under the regular Group PPO, HMO through Hills Physician Medical Group, and those patients whose individual plan was either automatically rolled into the Exchange plans or those who actually have purchased their coverage through the Covered California website.
All of our doctors are contracted primary care providers under these two plans through the Exchange, and it does not change our contracts that were already in place prior to January 1, 2014.
Unfortunately those two health plans are NOT offered to Southern Alameda County residents under the Covered California / Obama Care plan. However, if our patients live in zip codes where these health plans were offered, and selected either of them, South East Bay Pediatric Medical Group will be happy to see them.
Only the ANTHEM Blue Cross and Kaiser plans were offered in our area through the Exchange. We would like our local families to know that we will see those covered under the Anthem Exchange plan, however there will be significant out of pocket expense as we are considered "Out Of Network." Learn more about this coverage.
The link below is offered to provide you general information regarding the exchange.
Please check back here often, as we will post changes and updates as they happen.