Pediatric walk-in clinic is a medical facility that provides non-emergency care to children without an appointment. It is designed to provide convenient and accessible medical care for minor illnesses or injuries that do not require a visit to the emergency room. Some common conditions treated at pediatric walk-in clinics include:
Pediatric walk-in clinics are staffed with pediatricians, pediatric nurse practitioners, or physician assistants who are trained to care for children. They may also have diagnostic equipment on site, such as x-ray machines or lab testing facilities, to help diagnose and treat medical conditions. Some pediatric walk-in clinics may also offer vaccinations, physical exams, and other preventive care services.
If your child has a medical emergency or a life-threatening condition, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room right away.