215 Town Creek Road
Aiken, SC 29803
phone – (803) 508-7651
fax- (803) 508-7655
MON: 7am-6pm | TUE-FRI: 8am-6pm
Are You Vaccinated?
The flu is a serious disease that causes fever, chills, cough, and breathing difficulties. In addition to these symptoms, becoming infected with the flu leaves patients at risk for hospitalization, pneumonia, and even death. Fortunately, receiving a flu immunization from your doctor can prevent these complications. The CDC recommends that all people 6 months and older receive a flu immunization every year to protect them from contracting the disease. Last flu season, 30% of eligible patients received their flu immunization from Liberty Doctors d/b/a Tiffany Pediatrics. Our goal is to vaccinate all of our patients to help them, their families, and our community stay healthy. Please stay in touch with your child’s provider to find out when flu immunizations will be available in our office.
Reviewing Your Medication with your Doctor
There are many medications that can have unpredictable or dangerous effects when taken together. For this reason, it is important to tell your child’s doctor all of the medications they are taking, including any over the counter drugs or herbal supplements. We are pleased that between January 2017 and March 2017 94% of patients seen at Liberty Doctors d/b/a Tiffany Pediatrics had their medications reviewed with their provider. If you do not know or are uncertain if your child’s doctor is aware of all of their medications, please bring a detailed list to their next appointment.
What Our Patients Have Said
Over the past year, Liberty Doctors d/b/a Tiffany Pediatrics has been collecting opinions and suggestions from our patients to measure their satisfaction with our services. Now we wish to share a few of these results with the public and our patients.
“My messages are returned in a timely fashion”
“Front office staff is friendly and polite”
“Appointments are available when I request them”
“My test results are available in a timely manner”
“Overall, I am satisfied with the treatment I receive at this primary care facility”