Official Spokescow of the Wisconsin Chapter of the AAP

Dr. Moo has humble beginnings in the promotional industry, but she was ready to shed her stress-ball reputation in order to fight for Wisconsin’s children! After meeting Dr. Dipesh Navsaria at a trade show, the two became fast friends and are inseparable. Bonding over their passion for pediatrics, Dr. Moo and Dr. Navsaria decided to work together in health advocacy, taking to Twitter while attending important forums, legislative committee meetings, and pediatric networking events.

Dr. Moo is on the Front Lines and in the Field

Dr. Moo prides herself on lending a significant, unique voice to policy decisions affecting pediatricians and their patients. From Extending CHIP to federal health care legislation, to addressing gun violence and the separation of families at the border, Dr. Moo promises to be on the front lines, fighting for our greatest resource, our children! If you see Dr. Moo in the field (pun intended), stop by, say hi and take a photo! Don’t forget to tweet it out and tag @DrMoo4Kids and @wiaap#DrMoo #Tweetiatrician #SpokesCow #HerdTheWord 

Reopening schools in a way that maximizes safety, learning, and the well-being of children will require new investments in our schools. Our letter calling for resources to ensure that funding does not stand in the way of safely educating our children:

Please take a moment to read and share this important message from the presidents of the AMA and AAP about making sure children continue to receive needed care during this difficult time. Thank you @AAPPres @PatriceHarrisMD #COVID19

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“During such an uncertain time for children, pediatricians are here to check in on a child's physical & mental health. @AAPPres Dr. Sally Go...

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You can write letters to cows here:

Or you can just @ me. I'll listen to you too. 🐄

Another argument for more bovines in health care. #SocialDistancing

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