We're proud of all our wonderful, hard-working doctors here at Kids Plus -- both for the care they give our patients and for the great reputations they've earned for their work. Our Kids Plus Docs are often on the go, speaking at conferences, giving talks both locally and nationally, and earning accolades we can all share in the Kids Plus "practice family."
When one of our docs does something cool, we'll highlight it here, so you can see the impact they're having in their profession, and in their communities.
Dr. Sarah Springer is featured on the WQED television show Horizons, in a special episode about international adoption.
Dr. Todd Wolynn and Dr. Albert Wolf represent Kids Plus and our Breastfeeding Center of Pittsburgh at a meeting of the United States Breastfeeding Committee meeting. The Breastfeeding Center of Pittsburgh was the first, and remains the only, advisor to the USBC.
Dr. Todd Wolynn is quoted and highlighted in a Time Magazine feature on the improving, but still insufficient, state of breastfeeding support in the medical community. Dr. Wolynn and our Breastfeeding Center of Pittsburgh are highlighted as examples of doctors, and a medical clinic, leading the change.
Dr. Sarah Springer is prominently featured in an American Medical news feature article on doctors who specialize in the needs and care of adopted children.
Dr. Todd Wolynn serves as one of only five United States delegates to the Global Breastfeeding Initiative Summit in Madrid, Spain.
Dr. Nancy Brent is named one of Baby Talk magazine's seven national Pediatric Heroes, for her work in promoting and supporting breastfeeding, and in training physicians to do the same. The award honors "the most innovative and inspiring doctors" in the country.
Dr. Todd Wolynn and Dr. Sarah Springer both deliver well-received lectures at the American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans.
Dr. Todd Wolynn is quoted, and our Kids Plus Facebook page and web site are featured, in a New York Times health and science piece about pediatricians using social media: "Texting the Teenage Patient."
Dr. Todd Wolynn is profiled in wonderful feature from Pop City Media: "Why are So Many Parents Talking About Dr. Todd Wolynn?"
Dr. Todd Wolynn and the Kids Plus Quiet Night Sleep Class earn a feature story from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: "Well-Deserved Rest for Kids, Adults."
Dr. Sarah Springer participates in the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh leadership training seminar, as one of "community docs" on the team leading the training.
Dr. Todd Wolynn co-presents with Kids Plus Communication Director Chad Hermann on the use of social media in pediatric practices at a conference hosted by National Children's Medical Center in Washington D.C. The 60-minute keynote presentation was a huge hit, earning rave reviews from conference organizers and attendees.
Dr. Todd Wolynn delivers a talk on the importance of social media to pediatric practices, and another on the importance of breastfeeding support, at the national conference of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dr. Kerry McGee published a children's story, "Emergency on the Mountain," in Highlights Magazine.
Dr. Todd Wolynn was an invited, featured speaker at the 3rd Annual Summit on Breastfeeding in Washington, D.C. Dr. Wolynn's talk, "Breastfeeding -- So Easy Even a Doctor Can Support It!", was well-received by an audience of about one hundred national health and policy leaders at the event sponsored by the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine.
For the sixth consecutive year, Dr. Todd Wolynn is named a Pittsburgh Magazine "Top Doc." You can see the magazine feature here.
Dr. Todd Wolynn publishes a letter to the editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, "The IRS Breastfeeding Decision Makes Sense," in response to an earlier Post-Gazette article about the "debate" stirred by tax deductions for breastfeeding supplies.
Dr. Todd Wolynn, Kids Plus, and even a Kids Plus Mom and Kids Plus Kid are prominently featured in a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette front-page story about doctors and patients fighting against the anti-vaccine movement.
Dr. Todd Wolynn, Dr. Albert Wolf, and their leadership of Kids Plus Pediatrics are featured in a press release from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The piece highlights the unique professional and clinical practices we employ at Kids Plus, and holds up the practice as an ideal small business and an "all-encompassing...one-stop care center for children newborn to age 18." The release caught the eye of Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey, who invited Drs. Wolynn and Wolf to talk to him via video conference at his downtown office, and to tell him more about the unique and comprehensive medical care Kids Plus offers. The release also catches the eye of the Greenfield Grapevine, which publishes a feature article about Drs. Wolynn & Wolf and the Kids Plus practice.
Dr. Todd Wolynn, a Pittsburgh Magazine Top Doctor five years running, writes the magazine's Top Doc column this month.
Dr. Todd Wolynn presents at the 15th Annual International Breastfeeding Medicine Conference in San Francisco. Dr. Wolynn spoke about on-site support of employee breastfeeding.
Dr. Sarah Springer is one of two featured speakers on trends in international adoption at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Her talk was featured in a story at Internal Medicine News.
For the fifth consecutive year, Dr. Todd Wolynn is named a Pittsburgh Magazine "Top Doc." You can see the magazine feature here, and read more about the award here.