If your child has a
life-threatening emergency,
call 911 immediately.


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Appointments, Urgent Issues
and Triage Nurse
952-401-8300

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Special Services

If you have questions about any of our services, please feel free to call 952-401-8300 or you may schedule an appointment with one of our health care providers.

Comprehensive Asthma Program: By creating a personalized asthma action plan, we help you manage asthma within the context of your child’s overall health. All programs will include up-to-date education, treatment and follow-up. 

Allergy Injections: Ongoing management of allergies is often critical to the well being of children; yet regular treatment can be time consuming. South Lake Pediatrics can work with your allergist so that your child can receive allergy shots at our office. This has proven to save time for many families.

Adolescent Health: Our clinicians help you anticipate and manage the physical and emotional health of teenagers. We want to help you cope with the challenges that children face as they grow.

Prenatal Visits: We invite parents-to-be to make a free “meet you” appointment. You can meet with one of our Pediatricians or Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, and start a relationship with them – a relationship that will grow as your child grows. We can talk one-to-one about our clinic experience and any questions you may have.

Lactation Consultants: Our Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (CNPs) are trained and certified by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners. While some hospitals offer lactation consulting, South Lake Pediatrics is uniquely positioned to offer moms a one-to-one ongoing relationship. Each of our six offices offer lactation appointments to fit your needs and help you with your breastfeeding questions.

Behavioral Health Services: Our Pediatricians and Pediatric Nurse Practitioners regularly screen and evaluate patients for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, depression, anxiety and other behavioral health concerns. We will work with you to determine an individualized treatment plan for you child. A treatment plan may include referrals to community providers to support your child and family. We collaborate with many mental health professionals and related specialists including Family Innovations, Innovative Psychological Consultants, Nystrom and Associates, Relate Counseling Center and The Integrated Health and Wellness Clinic by Prairie Care at South Lake Pediatrics. Medication management may also be recommended and followed by our clinicians.

Care Coordinators: Care Coordinators are individuals who have specific training and background to assist you in navigating different systems of care. Care Coordinators support patients and families dealing with chronic or complex health conditions, developmental issues, mental health and social needs. Care Coordinators can help identify and refer to community resources including mental health, community services and social services.

Health Care Home: South Lake Pediatrics is a Minnesota Certified Health Care Home since May, 2013. Health Care Home is a philosophy of delivering health care. It does not represent a physical building; rather it is a team approach to care that gives you access to all the services and support you need. The Health Care Home is about patients and families becoming partners with the Health Care Home team. This team is comprised of our Pediatricians, Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and other support staff. Involving patients and families in all aspects of the clinic experience is how this happens. Care Coordinators help the patients set goals that are meaningful to them. The patient determines how they will reach their goals. When patients require referrals to a specialist or specialized treatment, all options are explained to them and together care decisions are made. Everyone benefits from coordinated, patient and family-centered care; however, a Health Care Home is especially important for people with chronic conditions such as asthma, autism or depression.

Parent Advisory: Quality improvement is a way patients have input into the Health Care Home and our practice in general. Parents are members of the Quality Improvement Team and therefore are included in planning quality improvement projects. They look at projects from the patient perspective which can be very different than from the clinical side.
A patient experience survey is done annually to get input from patients. The survey results are taken into consideration when developing the Clinic’s Quality Plan. Partnering with patients allows for shared decision making which:
·         Improves their experience
·         Improves their health
·         Improves the affordability of well planned care

Publications:

August 2014 Minnesota Medical Magazine "Clinics Share Their Quality Improvement Strategies"-#4 Better Mental Health Care

Minnesota Parent Magazine, January 2016 Maria McGannon and Liz Hass were featured in an article about autism

Star Tribune February 2016 Maria McGannon was quoted in an article about Health Care Homes

 

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