As specialists in the care of infants, children, and teens, our goal is to listen to your needs and provide quality healthcare you can trust. Our specialties include:
- Newborn care
- ADHD/ADD evaluation and treatment
- Mental health
- Sports physicals
- Nutrition and obesity
Our time together during well-child visits is very important. It helps us ensure normal physical growth and development, and gives us time to discuss behavioral issues and other concerns. This is more readily accomplished if one or both parents accompany their child and siblings are absent. If more than one child needs to be examined, please make an appointment for each child. Please cancel appointments 24 hours in advance so we can offer that time to other patients.
We keep several appointments available each day to examine sick or injured children. If your child’s doctor is unavailable, we can offer you an appointment with another doctor at our clinic.
In a life-threatening emergency, call 911. For other urgent needs, an appointment isn’t needed but we appreciate a call to let us know you are coming.
Night & Weekend Coverage
Because we know kids don’t just get sick or injured during the day, our doctors take turns being “on-call” for after-hour emergencies. Our Holladay InstaCare (located on the first floor) is open from 9 am to 9 pm seven days per week. They offer after-hours urgent care for minor emergencies from upset stomachs and earaches to cuts or broken bones needing x-rays.
We welcome walk-ins for immunizations on a first-come, first-serve basis for children who are up-to-date with well child visits. Our immunization hours are Tuesday through Friday from 9 am to 11 am and 2 pm to 4 pm.
Our nursing staff is skilled in answering most medical questions. They handle emergency calls immediately and return other calls as soon as possible (usually by the end of the business day). While our nurses are a great resource for sound advice, we always encourage you make an appointment.
Pediatric Care Management
Our nurse care manager can work directly with you, your pediatrician, and other health care providers to help assess, manage, and coordinate your child’s special health care needs as well as provide information about resources.