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We will be upgrading our systems from January 19th beginning at 6:00PM  until January 20th.  The logins for the practice portal will not be available during this outage.  We apologize for the inconvenience.  

Electronic Prescription Refill

Due to unforeseen circumstances we are currently unable to continue electronic prescription refills of a certain class of certain medications (i.e., ADHD) at this time. We will notify you when this matter has been resolved and we can reconvene electronic refills. Until this time, we ask that you contact the your primary care office for an alternative way to obtain your paper refill prescriptions for these medication types.


  You can check your child's medical history by registering for our portal. To view your child's medical history please click here! 

A letter from Dr. Rainey about staff updates for the Clinton and Ft. Davis offices, please  click here!  


University of Maryland Medical System Managed Care Families (formerly Riverside Health Plan), 

please read this important  message  that will affect your child's care with CP&A in February 2019.

Please be sure to contact your case worker  immediately to make any  necessary changes to 

continue care with your child's current CP&A Primary Care Physician Group, click here!


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One way to keep a resolution- wHether it's spending more time together as a family, eating more vegetables or volunteering in the community - is to create specific, time-bound goals for the entire family to achieve.

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Rise and Shine

Click here to visit Rise and Shinethe Children's National Health System site devoted to helping children everywhere lead happier, healthier lives.   

At Rise and Shine, you'll find expert advice on everything related to child health or for more specific guidance on parenting issues. Best of all, you can rest assured that the information comes straight from the experts at Children's National Health System - Medical experts committed to keeping your child healthy and happy.