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Oregon pediatric services are available in person and through telemedicine for newborn, well child, acute, chronic, and behavioral health visits.
It is vitally important that families continue to prioritize immunizations for young children, and not delay urgent care during the pandemic.
Supporting Oregon Pediatric Clinicians
Through ongoing education, advocacy, and networking
Oregon Pediatric Society has released a communications toolkit to help our members and partners amplify the message to families that pediatricians are available and OPEN FOR CHILDREN. OPS shares this toolkit as pediatricians across…
Influencing State Policy
We fight for increased state investments in childhood health programs and services.
Our policy recommendations are research-based and centered on the lived experiences of families and educators.
Clinical Training Modules, webinars, projects and our annual CME conference.
OPS training is designed for pediatric primary care teams (medical providers, nurses, medical assistants, mental health providers, and administrative staff), with a goal of implementing practice change and improving child and adolescent health care throughout Oregon