Office News

For everyone's safety we have only well children in the office each day up until 3pm.  Each child has their exam and shots and you have the option of having the rest of the visit conducted by video chat later that day to minimize your time in the office.  Our entire staff is vaccinated against COVID and we follow strict hygeine protocols. 

CONGRATULATIONS to our scribe Caleb, who has been accepted to medical school!  

Welcome to new scribe Courtney, star UCLA grad and aspiring pediatrician!

Due to popular demand, I regret to announce that at this time I am only able to accept siblings of current patients into my practice.

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know?

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What's Going Around?

April 2021

Coronavirus

Croup

Stomach viruses

Please be aware that COVID can look like only a mild cold in kids so all kids with any illnesses should be tested for COVID.  PCR testing at L.A. County sites is now down to 24 hours. Go to covid19.lacounty.gov to find a nearby location.

Located in the beautiful Carthay Circle neighborhood of West Los Angeles at 6330 San Vicente Blvd, Suite 305, Los Angeles 90048

 

Office Hours:

Mon - Fri  9 a.m. - 5​ p.m.

After hours: Call me any time with medical concerns! 

Traveling outside the U.S.?

Check with the CDC to

find the latest advice on preventing illness during your trip!

The CDC recommends that infants from 6-12 months old get MMR and Hepatitis A vaccine early if traveling internationally - including Mexico

Dr. Laurel J. Schramm  ·  phone 24/7 323-965-1616  ·  fax 323-525-0307

Dr. Schramm's website is intended for informational purposes only.  It is very important that you seek professional medical advice specific to your child and circumstance.  Do not delay seeing a doctor if you think you or your child has a medical problem, and call 911 if you have a medical emergency.

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