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NP Peds MD (App)

Mobile App: NP Peds MD
Find answers on COVID-19, common child illnesses, and dosing medication charts.

Health problems and parenting questions pop up anytime—evenings, weekends, or when you work or travel. 

Download our app NP Peds MD using one of the links below.

Get it on Google Play     Available on the App Store

Use our pediatrician-approved app to help with common issues such as:

  • What to do if your child develops a fever, cough, vomiting, rash, sore throat, or head injury
  • How to handle behavioral problems, from toilet training to teaching responsibility to teenagers
  • Correct dosage for over-the-counter medicine
  • COVID-19 Coronavirus diagnosed or suspected
  • COVID-19 Coronavirus exposure but no symptoms

The mobile app contains information on the following:


  • Medication and Allergy List for tracking important information about your family's prescriptions and over-the-counter medications.
  • Pediatric dosage tables by weight for common over-the-counter medications.
  • Visual images to help you identify symptoms (e.g., rashes), injuries, and common causes of bites & stings.
  • First Aid topics and illustrations to support immediate action, if needed.

Disclaimer: The information provided within this application is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. It is provided for educational purposes only. You assume full responsibility for how you choose to use this information. If you think your child has a medical emergency, call 911 or the local emergency ambulance service number immediately. Call your doctor or go to the nearest emergency department when in doubt. Your doctor's advice and good judgment should always precede the information in these care guides.