Category: Willows in the Community
The Czuczka Family and Willows Pediatrics invite you to participate in Peter Czuczka’s Retirement “Boombox.” A Boombox is a personal gift box, filled with well wishers’ messages and photos.
The Boombox website privately captures notes from each of you, which will be designed and printed on 5×7 cards to place inside a keepsake box for Peter Czuczka in honor of his retirement.
Every note is typeset by a designer and printed on an individual card.
Help us celebrate Dr. Czuczka! We know he’ll treasure every note. Click on “WRITE A MESSAGE” at the bottom of this screen to enter the website and submit your message.
The deadline is 11/01/2017
Thank you so much,
The Czuczka Family and Willows Pediatrics
If you are unable to click on the button above, please copy and paste this URL into your browser: https://app.boomboxgifts.com/contribute/b629fb2e563560223fbf4e8a19cbb7f6
Note: If you know someone that would like to contribute to this Boombox, feel free to forward this link.
Enjoy these letters of appreciation to Dr. Peter Czuczka as he prepares for retirement next year.
A number of our physicians, PA’s, nurses, lab techs and receptionists recently teamed up with the Connecticut Food Bank to give back to our local community last month. The Willows team gathered at the food bank’s Fairfield location to sort and package food for those in need.
We filled 442 bags and nearly two full pallets of boxes. This is not the first time the physicians and staff at Willows have volunteered at the Connecticut Food Bank. Read More
Willows Pediatrics was proud to join the 2017 Westport Maker Faire as a sponsor. Under the theme “Creative Kids,” Dr. Jonathan Sollinger hosted our booth. The Willows’ patients and families representing us at our booth enjoyed a full day of creating and sharing with the over 10,000 individual who attended the annual event. Our patients made over 30 batches of Slime with other kids who stopped by, explained how drones work, taught how to make colorful custom lip balm and displayed a sign created for a heat safety campaign to keep kids and pets safe in cars and took photos of the Faire. Thanks to drone technology and the entrepreneurial spirit of a Willow’s patient, we also helped capture a bird’s eye view of the Maker Faire opening from above, and shared the experience of learning how to fly a drone and take the steps needed to earn FAA certification as a remote drone pilot. Many thanks to all of our families for donating their time and sharing their talents, and we hope many others were able to attend and enjoy the activities and innovations, and came away inspired to develop their own crafts and ideas.
Welcome to our first Willows Pediatric Group blog! As part of our new website, we have decided to start publishing a weekly blog for our patients and their families.
Why a blog for a medical practice? First of all, it’s a quick and easy way for us to pass on new information to the families in our practice. So, if we see a new recommendation on the AAP website or read an interesting journal article, we’ll be able to share it with you—quickly—in a clear and concise manner. Read More