The Hub for Children’s Health in Orange County

American Academy of Pediatrics-Orange County Chapter provides evidence-based recommendations for child health to pediatricians, parents, professionals and public policy makers.

2016 Current Advances in Pediatrics

American Academy of Pediatrics – Orange County, in conjunction with the Department of Pediatrics, University of California, Irvine, and CHOC Children’s Hospital, invites you to attend this conference at the Irvine Marriott Hotel.

This seminar is intended for Pediatricians, Family Practitioners, and Allied Health Professionals. It will emphasize newer treatments and their practical applications for both the office and hospital practice of pediatrics. This year’s program will focus on topics that include Dermatology, Sports Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Pediatric Urology, Infectious Disease and Adolescent Medicine.

Click here to download the 2016 Current Advances in Pediatrics brochure.

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AAP-OC Initiatives

Reach Out and Read

School Readiness Nurse Initiative Program

Reach Out and Read is an evidence based model to promote early literacy and school readiness in the pediatric exam room by giving new books to children.

No Child Hungry

No Child Hungry

“No Child Hungry: Pediatricians Promoting Food Security” is an 18 month project funded by the National AAP to help eliminate hunger in Orange County.

Developmental Screenings

Developmental Screenings

Development screening helps parents and caregivers identify children with developmental risks.

Injury & Violence Prevention

Accident and Injury Prevention

From baby seats to teen driving, physicians care about the safety and well-being of our children.

School Health

School Health Program

The School Health Initiative strengthens connections between local pediatricians, schools, and community resources.

Mental Health

School Readiness Nurse Initiative Program

Early identification of risk factors and emerging health concerns play a critical role in meeting children’s health needs.