The American Academy of Pediatrics, California Chapter 2 (AAP-CA2) is proud to be the Professional Home for Pediatricians and Pediatric Subspecialists in the Southern California counties of Kern, Los Angeles, Riverside; San Bernardino, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura.
Together, with our members and communities, we work to fulfill our mission:
"To champion optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults and to advocate for and support our members in these endeavors."
October 5, 2016. - Town Hall in Woodland Hills, with host, Ken Saul, MD, FAAP
Please join AAP-CA2 Member-At-Large, Ken Saul, MD, FAAP, as he hosts an evening of professional development and networking in Woodland Hills. Sponsored by Sanofi.
Save The Date !
September 23-24 in San Diego
The SCPMG symposium committee has organized an exciting 2 day symposium at the legendary Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego. KP's goal is to help attendees rekindle that spark that motivates us all to passionately care for children every day while also providing a beautiful natural environment and meeting place to re balance our hearts and minds.
The AAP-CA Chapter 2 proudly recognizes and honors these individuals and organizations whose outstanding generosity as major contributors demonstrates a spirit of giving, which has sustained and improved the programs benefiting high school graduates, pediatric residents, and attendees of our annual pediatric conference.
Those wishing to make charitable contributions to the chapter may do so by visiting our Charitable Donations Page.
If within 7 days from onset of symptoms, BOTH URINE and SERUM specimens should be submitted for rRT-PCR detection of Zika virus.
Urine specimens should be collected within 14 days after symptom onset to improve the sensitivity for Zika virus detection. Urine specimens collected within 30 days will continue to be accepted at the LAC Public Health Laboratory.
APRIL 8 - UPDATE: CDC Guidance: Preventing Transmission of Zika Virus in Labor and Delivery Settings. Click Here to view the full report.