As many of you know, there has been a national shortage for preservative free injectable flu vaccine for kids 6 months to 3 years old. Thankfully, there have only been a few reported cases of flu in Colorado thus far but that could change soon. Here is our current update
We feel very fortunate to have Stacey joining us! She brings a great skill set and tons of pediatric experience to the H.I.P team. She is accepting new patients and will partner with Dr. Kono in their care and management....read more
Respiratory viruses/Enterovirus 68: Read this useful handout from Children's Hospital Colorado
Next Meet and Greet at H.I.P: Tuesday, October 28th at 6pm, Wednesday, November 19th at 6pm and Tuesday, November 25th at 6pm
Check out this new book by one of H.I.P's pediatricians. Proceeds from the sale of the the book will go toward lymphoma research
It's about that time to have summer camp, school physical, and daycare forms filled out! We are more than happy to fill out any necessary forms for your family but please make sure we have seen your child in our office within the last 12 months for a wellness visit. Also, we ask you that you please allow us 24-48 hours in order to get those forms completed for you. Thank you and enjoy the sunshine!
In an effort to stay connected with community, we have become a donation drop off site for The Gathering Place (a day shelter for women and children). Please bring canned goods and diapers (large sizes and pull ups) the next time you bring your kiddo in. There are many things The Gathering Place needs in addition to canned goods and diapers, so please grab a complete list at H.I.P or call us for more information. Thank you!
Learn more about our integrative pediatricians, Sarah Pilarowski, M.D. and Bryan Kono, M.D.
Read more here about our focus on continuity and accessibility for H.I.P families
A letter from Dr. Bryan Kono
Welcome to Highlands Integrative Pediatrics and the H.I.P studio. Thank you for your interest in this unique model for a pediatric practice. We are thrilled to be a part of the Highlands neighborhood as it has embraced the type of holistic thinking and approach to promoting wellness in children that we hope to foster.
I have come to firmly believe that there is a way to combine the best of natural and conventional healing in one center. We don't have to be solely eastern or western practitioners and patients. We can integrate the two and improve the health of our children and our family in a holistic way that treats each child and family unit as a unique and valued member of our practice community. Read More
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