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Pediatric urgent care Jacksonville

Pediatric urgent care Jacksonville offers the best of specialized and qualified medical care.
Young adults aged 18-21 with chronic disorders can be admitted to the Pediatric Unit.
Board-certified pediatricians treat a variety of cases, from daily illnesses to serious traumas.
Our radiologists and radiologic technicians are experienced in pediatric imaging.
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Pediatric Urgent Care Jacksonville


Our Pediatric Urgent Care Jacksonville offers the best of specialized and qualified medical care, from newborns to the patient's 18th birthday. Young adults aged 18-21 with chronic disorders, including but not limited to Cerebral Palsy and Down Syndrome, can be admitted to the Pediatric Unit by their pediatric or pediatric subspecialist.

A highly qualified team of physicians and nurses takes care of pediatric patients. Their knowledge is similarly matched by their compassion and empathy in the care of a number of childhood diseases and illnesses.

Our specialists include:
Pediatricians
Pediatric cardiologists
Pediatric urologists
Our radiologists and radiologic technicians are experienced in pediatric imaging, offering conscious sedation for MRI and CT scans in-house.

Pediatric Emergency Care
"Like many patients, our pediatric patients are admitted into the "Emergency Department (ED)". With their special needs,

Our Pediatric Urgent Care Jacksonville Clinic has a Pediatric Treatment Area within the ED. Our board-certified pediatricians treat a variety of cases, from daily illnesses to serious traumas.

"The Jacksonville of Pediatric Emergency Care under the ED of LGMC is a recipient of the "Silver Bear" award from the Governor's Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) Board. It is known as one of the best locations for children to receive emergency care.

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Pediatric urgent care Jacksonville Our Pediatric Urgent Care Jacksonville offers the best of specialized and qualified medical care, from newborns to the patient's 18th birthday.
Young adults aged 18-21 with chronic disorders, including but not limited to Cerebral Palsy and Down Syndrome, can be admitted to the Pediatric Unit by their pediatric or pediatric subspecialist.

  • A highly qualified team of physicians and nurses takes care of pediatric patients.
  • Their knowledge is similarly matched by their compassion and empathy in the care of a number of childhood diseases and illnesses.
  • It is known as one of the best locations for children to receive emergency care.