COPA Healthcare News

COPA Healthcare News

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.

COPA Offers Telemedicine for Kids

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020 patients are able to see a doctor from home using Virtual Visits for many types of conditions and symptoms. This online tool allows patients to experience a live video visit with a pediatric provider on a smartphone, tablet, or laptop...

7 Super Skills to Help a Friend with Mental Illness

Being supportive and positive while raising and guiding your child requires intentional language and good parenting skills. We all know how easy it is to be critical and irritated. The tips below are proven ways to be supportive of your family while teaching them self...

Symptoms of Heatstroke and Sunstroke

Understand the Symptoms of Serious Heat Distress "Heatstroke or Sunstroke is a very serious condition. All parents should understand the symptoms and take measures to prevent it."COPA Nurse DeniseNurse Advice Line The weather is reaching records temps this week. In...

COPA takes a bold approach

Central Oregon Pediatric Associates (COPA) is the primary medical home for most pediatric patients in the region’s five counties. As a result, they’re making significant investments in the practice to improve the health of children throughout the area, while reducing...