Meet the Pediatricians: September

We will have a meet-the-pediatrician’s evening meeting on Wednesday, September 10, at 6:00 PM with Dr. Sliman and Dr. Bilger. These meetings are for those expecting a child, or potentially new patients to our practice. See here for further details about signing up. Please note we must limit attendance to those who sign up.


Winter Health Topics

Exercise during winter “It may be cold outside, but it’s just as important for children to get physical activity during the winter as it is during the warmer months. Physical activity should be a healthy part of your family’s routine throughout the year. And safety should always be a central part of your children’s recreational fun.” The […]


Fall Health Topics

School has started and fall is here. Each season brings about its own set of potential health concerns for your family. Cold and flu season is on the horizon, and fall sports present  risks for injury. We would like to share reliable information on these timely topics and direct you to trusted websites for further […]


Summer Safety Tips

Whether your kids are home for summer, on the road with you or away at camp, use these tips to keep your family safe and healthy. Fun in the Sun Protect your child from too much sun. The sun’s rays are strongest between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., so be extra careful during that time. […]


Seattle Children’s Hospital Stool Study

Physicians at Seattle Children’s are conducting a study to evaluate the impact of acute gastroenteritis (stomach flu) on children. Woodinville Pediatrics is pleased to be a site from which potential study participants are being recruited. Contact the researchers at (206) 884-1100 or idresearch@seattlechildrens.org, or please see this flyer for further details.


Seattle Children’s Hospital HMPV Study

To prevent Human Metapneumovirus (HMPV), physicians at Seattle Children’s are evaluating a Nose Drop vaccine. Woodinville Pediatrics is pleased to be a site from which potential study participants are being recruited. Contact the researchers at (206) 884-1000 or idstudies@seattlechildrens.org, or please see this flyer for further details.