COPA Healthcare News

COPA Healthcare News

Several ABBOT Baby Formulas Are Recalled

2/18/22 - The FDA is advising consumers not to use recalled Similac, Alimentum, or EleCare powdered infant formulas. Recalled products can be identified by the 7 to 9 digit code and expiration date on the bottom of the package. Products are included in the recall if...

Heavy Metals in Baby Food

2.10.21 - Recently, in the news we're reading reports of newer studies regarding the levels of metals found in processed baby foods and some types of rice. Take a look at this AAP article with specific ideas on how to minimize your child's exposure. Can Heavy Metals...

COPA Leads Distribution of Free Masks for Kids

10/16/2020 - Central Oregon Pediatric Associates (COPA) is pleased to announce a partnership with Pacific Source and Central Oregon Health Council (COHC) resulting in the purchase and distribution of high quality and reusable face masks to 15,000 children in Central...

Even Superheroes Stay Home

Jamie McGaw illustrated this cute book for his son. He wanted to inspire him to be the helpful superhero his house needs during the Coronovirus outbreak and recommendations to stay home

COPA expands pediatric visits while continuing the focus on safety

In cooperation with local and state health authorities, COPA is resuming pediatric visits in the clinics for any concerns of illness or non-urgent conditions, mental well being, and well child exams including sports physicals. We continue to offer Virtual Video Visits as an option for some situations.