At Children's Clinic, we provide high-quality care for children of all ages. Our pediatrics team comprises experienced and caring providers dedicated to providing the best possible care for your child.
We offer a wide range of services, including routine checkups, sports physicals, urgent care/sick visits, and immunizations (including COVID vaccines). We also offer a variety of other services including breastfeeding support, and management of chronic diseases (i.e.- depression, anxiety, ADHD, asthma, etc.). Beginning Fall 2022, Children’s Clinic also offers integrated behavioral health services to better care for our patient’s mental health needs! Whatever your child’s needs may be, you can rest assured that they will receive the highest quality care at our clinic.
Well-child visits are the foundation of good pediatric care and likely make up the majority of your time spent at the Children’s Clinic.
Your child’s pediatrician can begin care on the day of birth and continue to track health and development as your baby grows.
Caring for a sick child is a stressful experience. Our professional team offers sick visits during extended hours, including on weekends.
When your child is sick or injured, it’s hard to focus on anything else. That’s why we offer after-hours care to meet your family’s needs.
It encompasses the dynamic needs of adolescents from ages 13-19 since children experience significant physical, emotional, and mental changes.
The purpose of a sports physical is to make sure your child can safely participate in their chosen sport and reduce their risk of developing an injury.
While most people who get COVID-19 experience mild, cold-like symptoms, some children and teens experience more severe symptoms and even death.
Medical injections that protect your child from getting sick from a contagious disease. Vaccines train the body to fight off infections faster.
Behavioral health is an aspect of wellness related to the habits and behaviors that result from a child's psychological and emotional state.
Also known as colostrum, early breast milk is very rich in nutrients and antibodies to protect your newborn or baby.
A chronic condition that causes inflammation in the airways that bring oxygen from the mouth into the lungs, making it difficult to breathe.
From time to time, lab tests are an important addition to your child’s health care. Lab draws are available at our two locations.
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental disorder that affects many children, often continuing into adulthood.
Pediatric mental health focuses on protecting, monitoring, and supporting your child's psychological and emotional needs, especially in the teen years.
Few things are more important to pediatric health than nutrition, yet this is an area where many parents feel they need additional support.
Anxiety and depression are mental health problems that affect your child's ability to cope with stress and how they feel about themselves and others.
Instead of an in-office visit, you meet with a provider from a place that’s convenient for you through a safe and secure video conferencing system.
When children with allergies come in contact with their allergen, their immune system releases antibodies to attack the foreign substance.
A school physical is a physical exam that schools require. The purpose of the exam is to make sure your child can safely attend school.
Developmental screening involves using different assessment tools designed and proven to effectively monitor your child’s growth and development.
Circumcision is an elective procedure where a pediatrician removes a portion of skin called the foreskin from a male child’s penis.
Premature baby care involves extensive education for parents to learn all the aspects of their baby's medical and developmental needs.
Kids with autism have developmental challenges that often affect their ability to succeed at home, school, and in social settings with their peers.
We offer a wide range of pediatric care. There are situations, though, when specialized care is the best option for your child’s needs.