Sick Visits

Evaluate your child’s growth and development — from the earliest smiles and words to their concerns about sex and drug use when teenagers.

Sport Physicals

Perform a history and physical examination and identify children and adolescents who may be at increased risk of morbidity or mortality.

Seasonal Flu Vaccines

The flu season usually starts in the fall and ends in the spring. Talk with Dr Healy about getting vaccinated at the start of the season.

Immunization

For childhood immunization programs to be successful, parents must comply with immunization recommendations. 

FREQUENT QUESTIONS

We’ ve selected some of the hottest topics in pediatrics to feature. Here some of the topic:

Deafness

Related concepts: Hearing loss, Conductive hearing loss, Sensorineural hearing loss….

Rash

Related concepts: Flea bitten rash of the newborn; Toxic erythema of the newborn, Baby rash…..

Allergies

Related concepts:Nasal allergies, Allergic rhinitis, Hay fever, Seasonal allergic rhinitis….

Asthma

Related concepts: Reactive airway disease, wheezy bronchitis, viral-associated wheezing….

Bronchiolitis

Bronchitis is inflammation of the large airways in the chest and pneumonia is inflammation of the lung….

Eczema

Technically, referring to a broad range of red, itchy rashes, contact allergies such as poison oak….

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Accepted Insurance

Aetna, Allegian Health, Baptist PHO, BCBS, Cigna, Community First,  Humana, Multiplan/PHCS, Oscar Health Plan, Tricare Standard, UHC

If you do not see your plan feel free to contact our office and we will glad to help you.

 

Poison Control Center: 1-800-222-1222 (if someone has a poison emergency, experts will be on the phone to help if someone has breathed, eaten, or touched chemicals, or has taken the wrong medicine).

Crisis Hotline: 713-468-5463 (for people that are stressed, depressed, or thinking of suicide and don’t know where to turn. 24 hrs a day service, private conversation.)

United Way Help Line[Texas]: 211 (help with food, shelter, counseling, after school programs, senior services, disaster relief, etc.)

Ask Your Nurse: 713-633-2255 (to talk to nurses for answers to health questions, if you are not sure if you need to see your doctor.)

City of San Antonio Information: 311 (connects you to city services 24 hrs a day, traffic tickets, operating hours, or neighborhood problems.) http://www.sanantonio.gov/?res=1280&ver=true

San Antonio Police [Non-emergencies]: 210-227-7201 http://www.sanantonio.gov/sapd/?res=1280&ver=true

Emergency: 911

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Our Family at the Practice

Josephine Ruiz-Healy, M.D.

Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics

A mother of three, Dr. Ruiz-Healy completed her pediatric residency in 1986 at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics. Certified by the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine; with over 20 years of Private Practice

Rose Klinger-Blancas

10 Years at the Practice!

Rose is very compassionate and will take care of your little ones as if he/she were one of hers. She is a loving mother of 2 boys a 14 and a 6 yr. old.

Christine Martinez

12 Years at the Practice!

Christine has been and is a very valuable employee, the face of our front office and who will always help you joyful.She is a loving mother of a 10 yr. old son.

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