Covenant Pediatrics and Dr. Alan Getts are both happy and sad to announce that Dr. Getts will be retiring from his pediatric practice at the end of this month. In fact, due to a Memorial Day week vacation, Dr. Getts‚Äô last day at the Grovetown oÔ¨Éce will be May 24th. Dr. Getts has been a…Details
Covenant Pediatrics has become aware of ‚ÄúParent to Parent of Georgia.‚ÄĚ This is a family support organization for any Georgia family confronting medical or developmental challenges in their children. This is a great place to connect with other families facing similar challenges and/or just to learn better ways to help with medical, educational and social…Details
We are excited to announce we now have a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner on staff,¬†who is also a¬†Certified¬†Lactation Counselor!¬† A Lactation Counselor is¬†a professional breastfeeding specialist trained to teach¬†mothers how to feed their baby. She can help if you¬†are experiencing¬†breastfeeding problems, such as uncomfortable positioning,¬†latching difficulties, painful nursing, babies who aren’t gaining enough weight,¬†or low milk…Details
Flu Shots are here, get them while you can!!!¬†¬†¬† We have a limited supply so make your appointment today!
We are very excited to welcome two new providers to our Covenant Pediatrics Family!!! Dr L. Jaqueline Vivar, MD joined our practice in September¬†and is seeing patients at our Peach Orchard Road office.¬† Carlee Leopard is a Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner that also joined us in September and¬†will be working at the Martinez¬†location Tuesday,¬†Wednesday, and…Details
Have you ever wondered why you need to bring your child to the doctor every year even after they have received all their childhood immunizations? It may be unclear why annual Well Child Checks are important. Your child isn’t¬†growing as fast and you probably have fewer questions about¬†his/her development!¬† Some camp and sports activities require…Details