Keeping our Children Safe During Coronavirus

Here at Katy Pediatric Associates, we are dedicated to keeping your children safe during this challenging time.

We are separating well and sick visits in both space and time of day. We are also increasing our already frequent cleaning schedule for the waiting area and patient rooms. 

We ask that you help create a community of safety by notifying staff if your child has cough, fever, or flu-like symptoms, or has been in contact with someone who has tested positive for the coronavirus.  

For more information on the coronavirus, we recommend HealthyChildren.Org, also available in spanish

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