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Maricopa County Confirms First Heat Death of the Season

A reminder to keep the kids safe and cool as the Valley prepares for a record-breaking weekend of extreme temperatures!

While many heat related deaths occur outside, 40% occur indoors. The majority of those either don’t have their air conditioning turned on or it doesn’t function. Many people struggle with paying the AC bills in the summer time. Utility companies are sensitive to this fact and have programs to assist individuals. In addition, government and community-based organizations also have support services and cooling centers people can go to get out of the heat. Energy assistance programs and locations for water and refuge stations can be found at heataz.com.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more people die in the U.S from heat than from all other natural disasters combined. Last year, 84 heat associated deaths occurred in Maricopa County due to exposure to environmental heat. People suffer heat-related illness when their bodies are unable to compensate and properly cool themselves. Common sense practices will keep you safe and healthy during the scorching days of summer including:
  • Drink water before you get thirsty to prevent dehydration
  • Don’t rely on fans as your primary source of cooling
  • Come indoors frequently to an air conditioned location to cool your core body temperature
  • Wear a wide-brimmed hat, sunscreen, and lightweight clothes
  • NEVER leave your kids, pets, and others who may rely on you inside of a parked car
  • Check on friends and neighbors, especially the elderly, to ensure sufficient cooling and supplies
  • Seek medical care immediately if you have, or someone you know has, symptoms of heat-related illness like muscle cramps, headaches, vomiting, confusion, no longer sweating, and rapid heart rate.
To sign up for heat alerts, or for more information on heat relief resources and how heat affects vulnerable populations, please visit heataz.com or caloraz.com.
More links for child safety and the heat: Prevent Child Heatstroke in Cars Preventing Child Heatstroke — Take Action if You See a Child Alone in a Car
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    We are located in The Reserve of Foothills Vista business park, west of I-10, between Ray Road and Chandler Boulevard.
  • If someone is unconscious or has trouble breathing, call 911.

    For a Poison Emergency call (800) 222-1222

    Click on the link for more additional information about learning what a poison is, who is at risk and how to prevent a poisoning from happening: poisonhelp.hrsa.gov
  • After 5pm, call the answering service at (480) 303-1227 and they will take your information and page either the doctor or nurse to return your important call. If your child must be seen by a doctor after hours, we suggest the following urgent care locations.

    Ahwatukee Urgent Care    Good Night Pediatrics FastMed Urgent Care    Phoenix's Children's Urgent Care

Welcome to Active Kids Pediatrics

Whether you are expecting your first child, transferring from another city or just looking for a new doctor for your child, we hope you will take a few minutes to find out what makes Active Kids Pediatrics special.

In choosing the primary pediatrician of your choice, head over to our About Us page to learn a little more about either one of our doctors to see which one is a good fit for you and your child. Your primary pediatrician will see your child(ren) for all of their Well Visits. For the Sick Visits, you may meet a different provider due to availability on certain days.

Please call our office and schedule a free Meet the Doctor appointment with the doctor you would like to meet.

New Baby?
Please download the Newborn Packet and review, fill out and sign the necessary forms before your first appointment.
Newborn Packet

Transferring From Another Practice?
Call our office for an appointment and let us know you are a new patient. Download the New Patient Packet, fill out and sign forms, be sure to fill out the Medical Release Form to have your previous provider send us your child(ren)’s medical records.

If you are making your first visit a Well Visit and your child has complex medical issues (such as developmental, medical syndromes or chronic diseases that are not well controlled) that need to be reviewed, please let our scheduler know so that they book extra time for that first visit.
New Patient Packet

Important Information

Please review our policies before your appointment. If you have any questions/concerns, please ask for our Compliance Officer so he may answer any questions or concerns you may have.
Policy Packet

Here is a checklist of what you should bring to the office for your first visit:

  • Your Insurance Card.
  • Your child’s Immunization Card and/or immunization records.
  • Fill out any PDFs that you have downloaded before your first appointment. You can fill out these online or in Acrobat Reader, print them up and bring with you to our office.
  • If you have copies of your child(ren)’s medical records, you do not need to fill out the Medical Release Form, but please bring the records with you so we can scan them into your child(ren)’s Electronic Health Record (EHR).
  • Welcome and we look forward to meeting you!