CPCMG Carmel Valley is pleased to announce they have moved into a spacious new office!

Conveniently located at the corner of El Camino Real and Valley Centre Drive close to State Route 56, the new office has 15 exam rooms, procedure room and separate waiting rooms for sick and well patients. Located on the second floor inside Ryan Plaza, ample parking is available right next to the building.

CPCMG Carmel Valley
11943 El Camino Real, Suite 210 – San Diego
858-793-1011

Don’t wait to schedule your child’s well visit – call today! Keeping your child up-to-date on vaccines and developmental screenings will ensure a bright, healthy future.

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CPCMG Carmel Valley:
Check out our new office!

CPCMG Carmel Valley is pleased to announce they have moved into a spacious new office! Conveniently located at the corner of El Camino Real and Valley Centre Drive close to State Route 56, the new office has 15 exam rooms, procedure room and separate waiting rooms for sick and well patients. Located on the second […]

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CPCMG closed Sunday, April 4

Please note that all CPCMG and Children’s Extended Primary Care offices will be closed Sunday, April 4. We’ll be back to our regular hours on Monday, April 5. If you need medical advice, our nurse triage advice line is available 24 hours a day; please call your pediatrician’s office for more information.

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TIPS FOR PARENTS OF PICKY EATERS

From a child who refuses to eat a particular food to a child who refuses to eat at all, picky eaters can make meals a challenge for parents. Luckily, we’ve got some tips and tricks to help your child expand their palate and develop interest in trying new foods. Here’s what to do with a […]

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Seven Tips to Help Keep Kids Safe Online

Now more than ever before, the internet has become unavoidable in our everyday lives. The pandemic has shown just how much the internet can do for us – our children can attend school from home, we can work from home, we can order groceries and supplies without stepping foot in a store, and we keep […]

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Talking to Teens About Internet Safety

Digital devices, the internet and social media have become part of the teenage experience. Not only are they using it for school, much of their social lives and hobbies now revolve around the virtual world. From streaming videos to instant messenger apps, teens are living life online. Despite all of the amazing things teens can […]

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BRUSSELS SPROUTS:
A SMALL BUT POWERFUL VEGGIE

BRUSSELS SPROUTS: A SMALL BUT POWERFUL VEGGIE Growing children of all ages need vegetables – they are a great source of energy, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber. In addition, regularly eating a diet full of vegetables will help protect your child against chronic diseases including obesity, heart disease, diabetes, stroke and some cancers. A great […]

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Sports drinks: better than water?

Sports drinks: better than water? True or false? Sport drinks give better hydration than water, so your child need a sports drink if they play sports. IT’S FALSE! For most children who play sports and exercise, plain water is best. If you child is playing sports, be sure they drink water before, during and after […]

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It’s Library Shelfie Day!

In 2014, the New York Public Library declared this day for sharing “shelfies” in front of library shelves to inspire a love of books and reading. Unfortunately due to the pandemic we cannot visit our favorite libraries, but we can celebrate this day enjoying our favorite books at home. When books are part of the family […]

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CPCMG After Hours Care Update:
Appointments Required

Our ongoing commitment to patient safety means we provide your child’s healthcare in the safest setting possible. This includes scheduling all appointments for our patients, whether they need a routine wellness check or a sick visit. To keep your family healthy, CPCMG is ending walk-in appointments at Children’s Primary Extended Care locations starting Monday, January […]

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TRUE OR FALSE: A baby walker will help
my child learn to walk.

This is FALSE! Using a baby walker will not help babies learn to stand or walk. In fact, there are strong associations between walker use and developmental delays in balance skills that are needed for walking. Walkers may also interfere with muscle and joint development. Another myth: A baby walker is a safe play space […]

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