Jen Long, M.D.

September 3, 2021 – Important note:

Our office will be closed for regular business on Monday, September 6, 2021 in observance of the Labor Day holiday.

Despite being closed for regular business, we will still offer the following services:

Newborn Clinic

  • The timing of a newborn visit is very important and can be a reason to be seen on a weekend or a holiday.
  • Therefore, everyday weekdays, weekends, and holidayswe schedule a Newborn Clinic for infants born over the previous few weeks who need to be seen. Call and schedule if you think your newborn needs to be seen.

Sick Clinic

  • Also everyday, one of our pediatricians and one of our nurses will be on call to help with your child’s urgent health needs.
  • During the coronavirus pandemic, we have altered how we see sick patients on holidays and weekends.On Saturday, we are available to assess our sick patients in the following ways:
      1. Call and speak with our on call nurse to discuss what would be best for your sick child.
      2. Our on call nurse may recommend a TeleHealth visit to evaluate your child’s illness.
      3. Our on call nurse may recommend an in-person, sick visit at our Brier Creek Curbside Sick Clinic.
    • On Sunday, we are unable to offer the Brier Creek Curbside Sick Clinic:
      Call and speak with our on call nurse to discuss what would be best for your sick child.

      1. Our on call nurse may recommend a TeleHealth visit to evaluate your child’s illness.
    • On Monday, July 5th, our holiday services will be similar to how we function on a Saturday:Call and speak with our on call nurse to discuss what would be best for your sick child.
      1. Our on call nurse may recommend a TeleHealth visit to evaluate your child’s illness.
      2. Our on call nurse may recommend an in-person, sick visit at our Brier Creek Curbside Sick Clinic.