Medical Express Pediatrics has recently opend a satellite office in Highland. The walk-in urgent care is strictly for kids. Checking for strep, Jordan Croce, 9, of Hopewell Jct. has his throat checked. His mom Colleen looks on. Tristan Delgiudice, 4, is given some medication. A high five is given after the meds. Dr. Severin Palydowycz looks back to his OR Technician, Carolyn Scheps as he gets ready to remove a cataract from a patient. Dr. Severin Palydowycz looks through a microscope as he gets ready to remove a cataract from a elderly patient. Controlling the instrument in his hand by a foot peddle Dr. Severin Palydowycz takes his shoes off for better control during the procedure. Anesthesiologist, Steven Solomon makes some notes at left, as RN Jill Trotta keeps and eye on the monitor while Dr. Severin Palydowycz finishes with his patient. Optometrist, Dr. Todd Punim of Monroe begins to check Madison Losino’s vision as she sits on her mom’s lap. Assistant Clinical Director, Jon Hess congratulated Kathy Jones of Monroe after she navigated her leg over an obstacle in her path. Kim Kivler, LPN, of Washingtonville, gets a vile of allergen to take into a syringe. Part of the treatment for allergies is testing to see what one is allergic to. Kim Kivler, LPN, of Washingtonville, injects Gabbi Medeiros with a small amount of allergen creating a skin bubble. The reaction is measured to make a unique serum to desensitize the patient. Dr. Virginia Feldman MD, an otolarynologist (ENT), of Goshen holds some the the serums that she uses to desensitise patients from allergies to pollen Debra Hanley, center of Kingston, holds onto her son Kenny, 4, a he receives the nasal form of the Swine Flu vaccination at an immunization clinic.