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Selected lot numbers of EpiPen and EpiPen Jr. have been recalled due to the potential that these devices may contain a defective part that may result in the devices' failure to activate. For more information and to see a list of affected lot numbers, click here.

Please join us for our upcoming Parent Information Session on April 27, at 6pm here at our new office. These helpful sessions are popular for new patients and new parents. Sign up here!

Stretch away the winter blahs at our next Yoga for Girls & Boys session beginning March 29 for 6 weeks, Wednesday evenings, 5-6:15pm at our new location. $75 per child. Sign up here!

There has been a voluntary recall of PharmaTech Liquid Medications due to a potential risk of product contamination. The list of included products can be found here.

Lexington Pediatrics is excited to relay information regarding EpiPen Savings Cards. They are available online at www.epipen.com. Follow the link for the Savings Card.

You may have heard that Flu Mist (LAIV) is not going to be effective for the 2016-17 flu season. We are currently working with the state to ensure that we have an adequate supply of vaccine for the upcoming flu season. More information can be found here.

Some Ventolin (albuterol) inhalers have been recalled as the canister may not contain enough propellant to deliver all 200 doses. The affected lot numbers are 5ZP1708 and 5ZP1951. If you have a Ventolin inhaler with one of those lot numbers or you have any questions, please contact our office.

All Auvi-Q epinephrine injectors have been recalled due to a potential dosage delivery issue. If you currently have an Auvi-Q injector, please call our office. For more information you can go here: https://www.auvi-q.com/

How do pediatricians best talk to their patients about substance abuse prevention? We are trying to find out and are part of a research study on adolescent substance abuse prevention supported by the National Institutes of Health. Your child may be eligible to participate in this important study. For more information please Click here.
Teaming Up With
Art Students

Lexington Pediatrics has teamed up with students from the Lexington Public Schools in a joint community program to exhibit the artwork of students here in the practice.

Displayed in the main hallway of the Lexington Medical Center at 19 Muzzey Street, an array of works from students are framed and hung and serve to welcome each visitor to the building. Examples of their art can be viewed in the photos above.

Building upon a similar program which displays artwork in the Cary Library, officials from the fine arts department coordinate with the practice to produce high-end digital printouts of the original works for a seamless transition from the canvas in the classroom to the frame.

The artwork is rotated periodically through the calendar year so that many pieces can be displayed and viewed.

Welcome to the Lexington Pediatrics website. We hope you will find our site easy to navigate, informative, and helpful in keeping your family healthy.

Our mission is to provide compassionate, thorough, up-to-date pediatric care for all of our families.

For over 40 years we have been caring for patients from birth through the early 20's.

We look forward to working with you!

We are here for you! Please do not hesitate to contact us at Lexington Pediatrics if you have specific questions about your child's health.

In this section you will find articles of interest about your health, and useful links to some of the excellent online health resources for you and your family.