When you visit our office, you can access a range of services. These include:
When your children visit our offices for regularly scheduled checkups, our team will take the time to talk with you about their well-being. In addition to monitoring changes in height, weight, blood pressure and vision, we can help you figure out whether your children are getting the nutrition and exercise they need to stay healthy as they develop and mature.
Illnesses and injuries can happen suddenly. When your children catch the flu or strain a muscle, you want to be able to get them help quickly. Our office often has same-day and next-day appointments for sick and injured patients. If your children get hurt or fall ill when our clinic is closed, you can still call our office and speak with a triage nurse about their symptoms. These nurses are available after hours to help you decide whether you need immediate help or can wait to bring in your children.
Getting your child vaccinated can help keep them from catching and spreading avoidable diseases. Our office follows the American Academy of Pediatrics' recommended immunization schedule. If you would like to discuss the vaccinations offered at our clinic, please call us during business hours.
School, camp and sports physicals
Many schools, sports teams, camps and day cares require that a physical be completed before your children can be admitted. These exams usually measure health indicators such as vision, height and blood pressure to make sure your children are well-suited to participate.
If your children need to complete a physical, you can call during business hours to schedule a visit. Depending on when the exam needs to be done, you can also ask for it to be completed during your children’s routine checkup.
Please bring forms that your child’s school, coach or day care has given you for the physical. We will fill them out and give them back to you.
ADD and ADHD consultations
Attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can make it difficult for people to focus, which can affect their performance in school and behavior at home. If you would like to find out if your child has ADD or ADHD, you can bring them to our clinic for an evaluation.
Complimentary introductory visits
Whether you are an expectant parent choosing your child’s first pediatrician or are in need of a new pediatric provider for your family, we are here to help. We offer introductory visits if you are considering our office for your child’s healthcare.
Call us to schedule your visit. You will get to meet our staff and take a tour of our office. You can also ask questions about our services and philosophy of care. Our goal is to create partnerships with our patients and their parents so we can deliver the best medical care for your child.