Check out COPA's new Parenting-Plus Video Channel for great tips on ways to cope with your child's behavioral challenges from toddler to teen.
COPA welcomes new patients and families to our practice, whether you have a newborn or child of any age. Just give us a call and schedule your appointment at 541-389-6313. We encourage you to prepare for your visit by checking this link where you will find new patient forms, medical record transfer forms, policies, insurance information and more. If you're new to the area, click here to learn why COPA is the region's premiere provider of health care for children.
Well Child Visits
We encourage COPA patients to follow our recommended schedule of check-ups to ensure the child is seen by their primary doctor during times when he or she is not sick. Your child's doctor will monitor growth progress and development as well as discuss any issues related to health, nutrition and lifestyle that may be a concern.
Please check this link for more information about COPA's recommended schedule for vaccinations. Staying on top of your child's schedule will offer their best protection against dangerous infectious diseases that can lead to complications and, in some cases, cause life threatening illnesses.
Check out additional information and links regarding age-appropriate care, behavioral concerns, nutrition and other informative resources that will help you make good health care decisions on behalf of your child.
Web ResourcesAmerican Academy of Pediatrics
- 04/12/15 Puberty Classes are Back!
- 09/16/14 COPA launches video channel to help with positive parenting
- 06/23/14 COPA Awarded Tier 3 Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Recognition
- 06/09/14 Visiting Specialists from Portland Schedule Appointments at COPA
- 09/24/13 Pertussis Outbreak in Deschutes County
- 06/06/13 Healthy Nutrition Ideas for Vacation Travel
- 06/05/13 Dr. John Chunn announces plans to "mostly retire"
- 06/05/13 RN's Best Advice to Stay Sun Smart
- 06/05/13 Top Tips for Preventing and Treating Summer Bug Bites
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