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Urgent Care at Pediatric Partners, PA

Our Urgent Care offers walk in visits for our established patients or new patients who are transferring into our office who have a sudden illness or injury and don’t want to wait to schedule an appointment. Unlike other Urgent Care facilities, we charge the typical office level copay, saving you money.

Important:

Effective immediately, we will be closing our offices early to give staff extra time to deep clean due to the COVID19.

We will do all well visits (physical exams and non-infectious other visits) in the mornings. If your child is scheduled during an afternoon, we will be calling to reschedule. If you cannot come in the morning we will assess on an individual basis whether or not an afternoon appointment should be kept. If you or your child has any signs of illness or have been exposed to someone who is sick, please call us prior to your appointment so we can plan for your visit.

PLEASE call prior to coming to our urgent cares. Walk ins tend to come in clusters and we would like to schedule everyone who needs to come in to avoid these clusters.

  • Please call ahead if your child has cough (with or without fever), has exposure to COVID19, has traveled outside the area or has seen a visitor from outside the area.
  • To minimize the number of people in the office, please attempt to bring only the child(ren) being seen and one healthy adult. If a sick adult must attend a child, please notify us so you can have a mask, but these are in short supply nationwide, so if you can stay home: please stay home.
  • It is always best to not eat in our office, but it is most important at this time to not eat or drink in our office to avoid getting sick.
  • If you haven't yet registered for our Telehealth visits, please consider. Learn more at Video Visits.

 

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Because we believe in the Medical Home concept and we respect other local physicians, we do not see local patients who have an established physician in town. They should see their own physician or an urgent care suggested by their physician. There are many pediatric urgent cares in this area ~ ask your doctor where they prefer for you to be seen.

Urgent Care Hours
Hours vary by location. See our Calendar for details.

Effective February 1st, 2020, per industry standards there will be an additional charge for visits that take place on Federal holidays, weekends, and after 5pm on weekdays. For more information, see our News Page.
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Effective immediately, we will be altering procedures as noted at the top of this page.

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