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Formerly Dr. Jurgen Upplegger, MD

We are committed to journeying with you during this COVID19 crisis. 

Let’s stand united strong, taking care of each other during this outbreak. 

Here are some FAQs that can help.

Journey Well.

Updated | 11.9.21

Journey Pediatrics recommends Covid 19 vaccination for kids and adults

as recommended by CDC and NM DOH. To register your child follow this link;

Your neighbors, colleagues, and friends have shared their experiences with COVID-19 and the vaccines. See what they have to say. The Trusted Voices grassroots effort found trusted community members throughout New Mexico to share pandemic response messages with their audiences via social media.
What will Journey Pediatrics do to limit spread of COVID19?

Journey Pediatrics wants to partner with you in complying with the Governor’s order for New Mexico residents.

  • Adults and children over the age of 2 years will be required to bring and wear a face covering when entering our building for any reason. 
  • Face masks will be available upon request.
  • We will continue to allow families to check in from the parking lot for any in-office appointments and encourage you to do so.
  • Please honor any covid related symptoms that our staff may request  you to wait outside until a room is available.
  • Our waiting room is open for socially distanced waiting for non-covid related symptoms. 
  • Additionally, we are offering Telemedicine visits for our patients. 
    • Please call us to talk with one of our staff members to determine if we can serve your family’s need through a Telemedicine visit.
    • Some visits may not be conducive to telemedicine appointment so your provider may request a face-to-face appointment.

Thank you for your patience as we continue to find the best ways to serve and care for your family.  Journey safe. Journey well.

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