Rainbow Pediatrics
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(910) 486-5437
Hope Mills Office
(910) 426-5430
Raeford Office
(910) 904-0404

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Every year we share information about that year’s flu vaccine. As pediatric providers, we believe wholeheartedly in the importance of receiving the vaccine for influenza, and this year is no exception. This year, it is even more critical for families to act early in getting their family vaccinated. First and foremost, when you are exposed […]

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Well-child examinations are essential for several reasons, but one reason, in particular, is gaining special attention: developmental and behavioral surveillance. For the first time in twelve years, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has updated its clinical recommendation on autism spectrum disorder.  Research has shown that early identification of developmental delays allows the quicker implementation […]

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Summer is usually a time for camps, trips to the pool, sleepovers, and listening to the joyful sounds of kids giggling outside while playing. But this year is different. This year, most camps are closed. Pools aren’t open, and sleepovers aren’t permitted. Making matters even more challenging for working families: daycares aren’t open.  Back in […]

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The recent events surrounding racial discrimination have caused a cacophony of sounds from people on both sides of the argument. While the adults fight for injustices near and far, children are left with a myriad of feelings.  Understanding racism and its effect on children is critical for parents, teachers, and everyone. The fact of the […]

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New research and media coverage surrounding the mysterious illness affecting children and adolescents have many parents rapt with concern.  It is called Multisystem Inflammatory Disorder in Children, or MIS-C, and while around 220 confirmed or suspected cases had been reported, the latest research indicates it may be connected with COVID-19. North Carolina is actively monitoring […]

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This past week, the first two positive cases of Coronavirus-COVID-19 were reported in North Carolina. With that change, many parents are concerned about the safety of their families. Here’s what your trusted pediatricians and the American Academy of Pediatrics wants you to know about Coronavirus COVID-19. What is Coronavirus (COVID-19)? While Coronaviruses are common causes […]

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Allergies can be downright miserable for the person suffering from them. They feel like having a cold, causing symptoms such as sneezing, a running nose, and fatigue. Allergies affect a child’s ability to focus in school, resulting in missed school days, as well as limiting their ability to enjoy time with family and friends.  Knowing […]

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According to the State of Childhood Obesity, pediatric obesity rates have declined in North Carolina. But what is being reported state-wide doesn’t correlate with what many pediatric providers are seeing in their offices.  “I am seeing patients every day who are morbidly obese,” said nutritional medicine expert, Laurie Powers, PA-C. “Often, when I look back […]

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It is that time of the year again. Time to make the annual trek to the doctor’s office to help reduce the risk of getting the flu this season. Here are the top eleven answers to questions or concerns most parents have about the flu and the 2019/2020 flu vaccine.  Have there been cases of […]

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If you have Medicaid, you may have already received or will receive in the near future, a letter from Medicaid asking you to enroll with one of the new insurance carriers, as well as choose a Primary Care Provider (PCP), for the new Medicaid program.   Not all of the new carriers have Rainbow Pediatrics’ […]

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October 18, 2017 – Fayetteville, NC – Rainbow Pediatrics, a four-location pediatric group, announced today that their flagship location in Fayetteville, NC is now open seven days per week. As Fayetteville’s first and only pediatric group open seven days per week, it offers patients more comprehensive pediatric services than a typical walk-in urgent care or […]

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Fayetteville, North Carolina based Rainbow Pediatrics is pleased to announce that it has been selected for another consecutive year as the “Best Pediatrician” in the Fayetteville Observer’s 2017 “Readers Choice” awards.

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Fayetteville, North Carolina based Rainbow Pediatrics is pleased to announce that it has been selected as the “Best Pediatrician in Fayetteville” in both the Fayetteville Observer’s “Readers Choice” awards as well as Up and Coming Weekly magazine’s “Best of Fayetteville” awards.

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Fayetteville, North Carolina based Rainbow Pediatrics is pleased to announce that it has been selected as the Best Pediatrician in Up and Coming Weekly Magazine’s “Best of Fayetteville” awards.

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Rainbow Pediatrics’ Fund My Future Contest Awarded Three Local Teenagers with a College Scholarship April 30, 2015 – Fayetteville, NC – Fayetteville, North Carolina based pediatric group, Rainbow Pediatrics, announced today the creation of the Fund My Future Scholarship contest for active patients who are high school juniors or seniors. The contest is in honor […]

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