Age appropriate care without the wait for an appointment.
Immediate Care For The Whole Family
When your child is sick, you may not have the time to wait to meet with your pediatrician. With Live Urgent Care, you can get walk-in pediatric care when you need it most.
Our board-certified providers can treat your child at a moment’s notice. Whether your child has a minor illness or injury or simply needs a physical, we are here to help. Walk in or book your appointment today.
Pediatric Conditions We Can Treat
- Cuts + scrapes
- Colds, sore throats, and flu
- Minor breaks and sprains
- Allergic reactions
- Pink eye
- Skin conditions
- Physical exams
Understanding Pediatrics With Live Urgent Care
With Live Urgent Care, our pediatric services meet a wide variety of needs. Learn about some of our pediatric services below.
When your child gets sick, they often need to be seen fast. With flexible appointment scheduling and an option to walk in, you can get seen quickly.
We offer treatment on most child illnesses. We handle everything from colds and flus, sore throats, and chicken pox to asthma, whooping cough, and nausea. We also treat headaches, congestion, and sinus infections in children.
Childhood accidents can be scary, but Live Urgent Care can help. We offer treatment on each of the most common accidents a child might have.
Our urgent care centers are equipped with x-ray services, making it easy to diagnose minor breaks and sprains. We can also handle cuts, scrapes, and any stitches that may be necessary. We also treat skin conditions such as rashes and bug bites.
FAQs About Pediatric Services
Yes, we treat children of all ages. Our board-certified providers are ready to help in any urgent care situation.
Depending on your insurance, you can receive pediatric treatment at no charge. You can call ahead to check how your specific insurance plan will interact with our services.
Not at all! Our urgent care clinics accept walk in visits for your convenience. Just walk in to get the treatment you need.
Yes, we perform covid tests on children six months and older.