This week on MD for Moms, I’ll be interviewing Dr. Jennifer Berkovich, board certified pediatrician opens in a new windowabout ways to keep kids safe. When is a fever serious? What warrants a call to the doctor and what can wait until morning? How can parents safeguard their kids’ health? Are vaccines really safe and necessary? Can bad things really happen if a child is not fully vaccinated? Dr. Berkovich is here to answer these questions and many more.
Have questions about keeping your kid safe? Wondering if something you heard or read is true? Call and ask Dr Berkovich LIVE on air: 855-856-1380
Learn more about my guest, Dr. Jennifer Berkovich:
Jennifer Berkovich is a board certified pediatrician. She received her medical degree from Nova Southeastern University. She completed her pediatric residency at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, formerly Miami Children’s Hospital. She was the recipient of the Dr. Arturo J. Aballi Educational Award as well as American College of Osteopathic Pediatrician’s Outstanding Resident of the Year in Pediatrics.
When she is not rounding, admitting or discharging, she enjoys the Florida sunshine with her husband and two kids. Her interests include baby wearing, baking, and quality improvement as it relates to decreasing unnecessary intervention for hospitalized children.