Pediatric Partners adapts to new COVID-19 realities

Pediatric Partners adapts to new COVID-19 realities

UV light is used to sanitize N95 masks
Mickie Archuleta, certified clinical medical assistant with Pediatric Partners, gives routine 15-month vaccinations to Ruby Dugan, 15 months, on Thursday as her mother, Adina Ackerman, holds her at the Pediatric Partners office at Durango High School.
Dr. Jessica Marsh, right, talks with physician assistant Aimee Jacoby, both with Pediatric Partners, at the practice’s Durango High School clinic. With school out of session, the high school clinic is now seeing infants and toddlers. Most teenagers are being seen with telemedicine visits.
Mickie Archuleta, certified clinical medical assistant with Pediatric Partners, gives routine 15-month vaccinations to Ruby Dugan, 15 months, on Thursday as her mother, Adina Ackerman, holds her at the Pediatric Partners office at Durango High School.

Pediatric Partners adapts to new COVID-19 realities

Mickie Archuleta, certified clinical medical assistant with Pediatric Partners, gives routine 15-month vaccinations to Ruby Dugan, 15 months, on Thursday as her mother, Adina Ackerman, holds her at the Pediatric Partners office at Durango High School.
Dr. Jessica Marsh, right, talks with physician assistant Aimee Jacoby, both with Pediatric Partners, at the practice’s Durango High School clinic. With school out of session, the high school clinic is now seeing infants and toddlers. Most teenagers are being seen with telemedicine visits.
Mickie Archuleta, certified clinical medical assistant with Pediatric Partners, gives routine 15-month vaccinations to Ruby Dugan, 15 months, on Thursday as her mother, Adina Ackerman, holds her at the Pediatric Partners office at Durango High School.
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