Child Emergencies

If you and your spouse work full time, you’re likely not with your kids for most of the week. That’s potentially 2,600 hours a year or more that your kids are in someone else’s care. Even if you limit your child to low risk activities, anything can happen at a moment’s notice: a fall, an allergic reaction, or a totally unexpected medical occurrence. That’s why Dr. Pamela Hall of Hospitality Health ER Tyler and Longview urges parents to prepare not only themselves but also their kids’ babysitters, caregivers, and teachers.