Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

The Children’s Clinic is monitoring the evolving situation with the coronavirus COVID-19.

24 Hour Advice Nurse

Our advice nurses are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer questions and assist families.

After Hours
Urgent Care

Because doctors are needed after 5pm and on weekends, our pediatricians provide weeknight and weekend hours for our patients. Contact our office to schedule after hours urgent care.

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Welcome to The Children's Clinic

From well-child visits to being there when your child is ill, we look forward to providing you with the quality of care you deserve.

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Well-Child Visits

Childhood is a time of rapid growth, and well-child visits are essential for keeping your child healthy. 

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Services

We offer services from on-site labs to after-hours appointments at each of our three locations.

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Our Providers

For over 100 years, the pediatricians at The Children’s Clinic have tailored their care approach to every child.

Office Hours

Monday - Friday

8:30am - 5:30pm

Visit locations page for each clinic’s urgent care hours.

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Seasonal allergies are in full swing! 🤧. If your child is experiencing sneezing, itchy or water eyes, congestion or an itchy throat, they have some seasonal allergies or "hay fever." Luckily, many allergy medications are available over-the-counter for children and adults, but TCC advice nurses and providers are always happy to advise where to start if this is a new problem.
People also might wonder how to know if your kid has allergies or a cold or COVID. This infographic from the CDC gives some comparison on what's similar and what's different between COVID and allergies. For instance, allergies don't cause fever, and they might worsen after outside activities.
For more info on seasonal allergies in children:
www.healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/allergies-asthma/Pages/AAP-Allergy-Tips....
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Seasonal allergies are in full swing!  🤧. If your child is experiencing sneezing, itchy or water eyes, congestion or an itchy throat, they have some seasonal allergies or hay fever.  Luckily, many allergy medications are available over-the-counter for children and adults, but TCC advice nurses and providers are always happy to advise where to start if this is a new problem.
People also might wonder how to know if your kid has allergies or a cold or COVID.  This infographic from the CDC gives some  comparison on whats similar and whats different between COVID and allergies.  For instance, allergies dont cause fever, and they might worsen after outside activities.   
For more info on seasonal allergies in children:
https://www.healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/allergies-asthma/Pages/AAP-Allergy-Tips.aspx