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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**Mental Health Monday**
It’s so easy in these strange times to get caught up in what we can’t do and what we don’t have. We know gratitude helps us to reduce stress, increase happiness, and helps us live longer. Today, let’s all take a moment and think about what we are grateful for. This could be everything from the fact that you woke up today to good wifi for work or distance learning, or that you have a bathroom stocked with toilet paper.

Here are some tips to really think about gratitude beyond going around the Thanksgiving table and saying what we are thankful for.

1- Keep a morning and evening gratitude list. Have a designated notebook for your gratitude’s and write in it morning and/or at night before bed. Challenge yourself to come up with 5-10 things each day.

2- Do your ABC’s. Come up with something you’re grateful for that beings with each letter of the alphabet. For example, Air, Blanket, Coffee, Drinking coffee…

3- Share the gratitude. Post on social media somethings you are grateful for. Make your own hashtag or share periodically. Encourage others to join in!

4- Mealtimes. Not only can you practice gratitude at meal times but also mindfulness… take some time each meal to consider where your food came from starting with the ground it grew it, the farmers who harvested it, the truck drivers that hauled it to factories…

5- Thank others! Gratitude towards people can have a powerful effect. Who has made the pandemic easier, more fun, or just all around more survivable for you?

6- Look around right now… what are 5 things that are supporting you through your day? Pets to cuddle, sunshine to provide light or rain to keep the PNW green, coffee or tea to warm you (and caffeinate!), what else can you see?

7- What if you woke up tomorrow and everything was gone except the things you were grateful for today? What would be on your list?

Find ways to practice gratitude every day! Share what you are grateful for or a way you practice or express gratitude to share with others.
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**Mental Health Monday**
It’s so easy in these strange times to get caught up in what we can’t do and what we don’t have. We know gratitude helps us to reduce stress, increase happiness, and helps us live longer. Today, let’s all take a moment and think about what we are grateful for. This could be everything from the fact that you woke up today to good wifi for work or distance learning,  or that you have a bathroom stocked with toilet paper. 
 
Here are some tips to really think about gratitude beyond going around the Thanksgiving table and saying what we are thankful for.
 
1-      Keep a morning and evening gratitude list. Have a designated notebook for your gratitude’s and write in it morning and/or at night before bed. Challenge yourself to come up with 5-10 things each day.
 
2-      Do your ABC’s. Come up with something you’re grateful for that beings with each letter of the alphabet.  For example, Air, Blanket, Coffee, Drinking coffee…
 
3-      Share the gratitude. Post on social media somethings you are grateful for. Make your own hashtag or share periodically. Encourage others to join in!
 
4-      Mealtimes. Not only can you practice gratitude at meal times but also mindfulness… take some time each meal to consider where your food came from starting with the ground it grew it, the farmers who harvested it, the truck drivers that hauled it to factories…
 
5-      Thank others! Gratitude towards people can have a powerful effect. Who has made the pandemic easier, more fun, or just all around more survivable for you?
 
6-      Look around right now… what are 5 things that are supporting you through your day?  Pets to cuddle, sunshine to provide light or rain to keep the PNW green, coffee or tea to warm you (and caffeinate!), what else can you see?
 
7-      What if you woke up tomorrow and everything was gone except the things you were grateful for today? What would be on your list?

Find ways to practice gratitude every day! Share what you are grateful for or a way you practice or express gratitude to share with others.