Building Bridges in Children’s Health (https://bbch.community) is doing end-of-the-year fundraising campaign and has pledged to donate a fraction of BBCH membership fee proceeds to Pediatric Health Outcomes Initiative (PHOI), a prospective registry that will collect data from volunteers in pediatric practices for future studies with the goal to improve overall pediatric outcomes.
BBCH complements the mission of PHOI by equipping parents with the knowledge of current science and law that will empower them in protecting their children's health. If you join BBCH Community with a promo code PHOI-2018, BBCH will donate 50% ($50) of your membership fee to PHOI research. This promotion is for new BBCH members and will end on Dec 31, 2018.
After joining BBCH, you will gain immediate access to Dr. Tetyana’s Natural Immunity Fundamentals (NIF) lectures. See her NIF class description here: http://www.tetyanaobukhanych.com/nif.html
Dr. Tetyana Obukhanych holds a PhD in Immunology, so you can learn directly from an immunologist by asking her questions during frequent live zoom Q&A sessions exclusively for BBCH members.
Message from Dr. Tetyana:
“We live in a society where chronic childhood illness has become the rule rather than a rare exception. Finding a child with no food allergies, eczema, asthma, incessant ear infections, seizures, neuro-immune and gut issues, or learning disabilities has become a difficult task. Yet, those of us whose children have escaped the plight of the many will tell you that our children’s extraordinary level of health is not due to luck. It is due to conscious and carefully researched choices we've made regarding pediatric care… I invite you to join BBCH to be part of the community dedicated to raising healthy children and improving the dialogue between parents and doctors."
Dr. Paul Thomas founded PHOI with the sole purpose to fund a registry that will track the health outcomes of about 5000 newborns, prospectively, for 18 years. The registry has IRB approval and has already enrolled over 250 newborns this past year. The registry will look at all factors that might be affecting health in an effort to determine which choices parents can make that will improve the long term health of their children.
Integrative Pediatrics is open to new patients and is in the process of upgrading our electronic medical record. We are also trying to answer phones so you don't end up in the phone tree that seems to never end! Please be patient with my staff as they are working incredibly hard juggling huge increased demands with all these changes
Because we are a medical home, we cannot take new patients who don't live in the area. Being a medical home is vital to our mission to provide informed consent and to empower you the parents to make health
care choices that you feel are best for your children's needs.
To maintain our medical home status we are supposed to see your child for all their well and sick visits.
Thank-you for helping us with this mission and for your patience as we continue to make Integrative Pediatrics the best home for your children's needs.