If you have an urgent request after normal business hours, you can now contact NurseWise at 1-800-783-5386. Nursewise is staffed with Registered Nurses available 24 hours a day to provide health information. In the event of a medical emergency, call 9-1-1 or head to the nearest hospital.
The makers of MOTRIN® are voluntarily recalling nearly 200,000 bottles of MOTRIN® Infants’ Drops Original Berry Flavor (1/2 fl oz bottles), which can be identified by the Lot Number on the bottle. The Lot Numbers affected by this recall are DCB3T01, DCB4R01 and DDB4S01. If you have purchased MOTRIN® Infants’ Drops Original Berry Flavor with these Lot Numbers, immediately stop using the medication and dispose of any left over medicine. For more information, click on the following link to the MOTRIN® website: http://www.motrin.com/infantnews.
If you have any concerns regarding the recall of infant MOTRIN® Infants’ Drops, please contact your doctor at McAllen Pediatric Associates at Renaissance to schedule an appointment.
Daniella Rodriguez-Rico M.D. is the newest member of the McAllen Pediatric Associates at Renaissance team. After completing medical school at The Ignacio A. Santos School of Medicine in Monterrey, Mexico, Daniella attended Penn State Children’s Hospital in Hershey, Pennsylvania for her pediatric residency. After finishing medical school, Daniella completed clerkships in Pediatric Urology at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts and Cardiology Transplant at The Methodist Hospital Research Institute in Houston, Texas. During her residency, she completed a clerkship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the University of Miami School of Medicine in Miami, Florida.
Dr. Rodriguez-Rico, who is fluent in both English and Spanish, is currently certified in CPR/AED and Advanced Cardiac Life Support. She has also attended courses in Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Neonatal Resuscitation and Adult Trauma Life Support and hold certifications in all three. She is a member of the American Medical Association, the American Board of Pediatrics and the Texas Medical Board.
Please help us welcome Dr. Rodriguez-Rico by calling McAllen Pediatric Associates at Renaissance today at 686-6100 and scheduling an appointment with her.
Want to be reminded of your child’s appointments? Want to know when it’s time to bring in your child for shots? Pediatric Center at Renaissance will contact you by phone, text or email so you don’t miss an important visit to the doctor’s office. Let us know how you want to be contacted and we’ll let you know when you need to come in. Keep your contact information up to date to ensure we’re able to reach you. Your child’s health and well being are important to us.
If you would like to receive your appointment reminders and recall notices by text message, you will need text MCALLENSAENZ to 622622 to register for this service. Once you have done so, you will begin to receive your notifications from McAllen Pediatric Associates at Renaissance from MCALLENSAENZ via text message. Stay connected to our office to stay informed about your child’s health!
Dr. J.J. Saenz was elected by the Baylor College of Medicine Alumni Association Executive Committee as the 2011-2012 Alumni Association president.
Dr. Saenz completed his undergraduate studies at The University of Texas at Austin and went on to receive a bachelor of science in pharmacy. He graduated from Baylor College of Medicine in 1976 and also completed his pediatrics residency there.
Dr. Saenz is affiliated with the McAllen Pediatrics Associates and Doctors Hospital at Renaissance. He is currently the medical director for the McAllen ISD Health Program for Yearly Standing Orders, as well as a member of the quality care and peer review committee at the Doctors Hospital at Renaissance.
Dr. Saenz has served as chief of pediatrics at McAllen Medical Center Hospital, Rio Grande Regional Hospital and Doctors Hospital at Renaissance.
Congratulations to Dr. Saenz for becoming the 2011-2012 Baylor College of Medicine Alumni Association president!
Summer is here which means it is time for fun in the sun! It is important to keep our kids safe while they enjoy spending time outdoors. The American Academy of Pediatrics has some helpful safety tips every parent should know.
Childhood diabetes has been on the rise in the United States over the last several years. Inactivity, obesity and a family history of diabetes all contribute to Type 2 Diabetes in children, especially in minorities. One possible warning sign of diabetes is acanthosis nigricans, which is a condition that results in darkening of the skin. The Mayo Clinic has an article on their website which has detailed information on the symptoms, causes, tests and other useful information regarding acanthosis nigricans. To learn more about acanthosis nigricans, click on the link below to visit the Mayo Clinic website.