Hundreds of parents, current and past patients, family and friends came out to Oskar Blues on Sunday, May 1st, to send Dr. Wells off to retirement in style!


Throughout the day, there were laughs, tears, and lots of smiles and hugs as folks came out to thank Dr. Wells and wish him well as he moves into retirement. The day was a celebration of a career that spanned over 40 years with Hendersonville Pediatrics.

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We wanted to inform out clients of our new no call, no show policy. If you have any questions, give us a call!

 

ATTENTION:


There is a recall on Similac Alimentum, Similac Pro-Sensitive and Elecare Formulas.


This applies ONLY to lot numbers that begin with 22-37, contains K8, SH, or Z2, or has an expiration date of 4/1/2022.


The lot number is located on the bottom of the container.

 

If your child is feeling ill and has been given a recalled formula, please call the office as soon as possible to make an appointment. If your child needs an updated WIC note for an alternate formula, please call the office to request one.


For more information, please go to https://www.similacrecall.com/us/en/home.html‚Äč. Thank you.

Need help with groceries? Manna Food Bank will be at the Henderson County Health Department on Wednesday, February 16th from 12-2pm!

 

    

 

On January 12, 2022, an open letter was issued by the North Carolina Healthcare Association encouraging people to get their Covid Vaccines.

In the letter that was reviewed by multiple medical professionals including doctors and nurses, it was indicated that many hospital beds are being filled by those who have become infected with the virus and are not vaccinated, putting a strain on an already slim workforce, noting the disparity between the vaccinated and unvaccinated as being truly "heartbreaking."

Many people have been turned away for other emergencies unrelated to the virus but still need urgent medical attention, and are unable to receive care due to the hospitals being at capacity not only for beds, but ventilators as well. 

NCHA urges the community to get vaccinated so that we may put an end to this virus once and for all. 

To read the full letter, please click here.