Your children need a healthcare team they can trust, and North Florida Pediatrics takes the worry out of finding one. We've been easing coughs, treating cuts, and helping our children get well for more than 20 years.
Not only do we offer evening and weekend hours in our Lake City clinic and Saturday hours in Chiefland, but we also welcome walk-ins in all of our locations. This is all to help your children stay well and get healthier sooner. When your family needs us, we're there!
Our capable pediatric providers have more than 100 years of combined experience and believe in giving the best care to the children living in North Florida. Whether your child needs a checkup or has an issue that needs to be addressed right away, we are always ready!
Is it time for your child's checkup? Worried your child has strep throat? Our friendly team at North Florida Pediatrics is excited to help you keep your family healthy. We accept walk-ins and also offer weekend appointments, and we are always available if you just want to say hello. We know that health is not just physical—it’s also a feeling, and we want you to feel cared for.
Check out our full services to see how we can help:
- Newborn & Infant Care
- Flu Shots
- Well Child Checks
- Sick Visits
- Annual Physicals
- Sports Physicals
- Adolescent Medicine
- Behavioral & Developmental Health (ADD/ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, Depression, MOOD DISORDERS)
- Fluoride Applications
- Telehealth Psychiatry (in partnership with the University of South Florida)
- School health at Hamilton County Elementary School in Jasper, Florida
- Routine Services
The best way to see if we are a good fit for you is to call us for an appointment or stop by to get a tour. We think that you will fall in love with our comfortable offices, friendly staff, and cutting-edge technology.
We also have several online resources available for you on our website, by which you can gain more information about our services and your child's health.
Patient Education Library and Search
North Florida Pediatrics does not discriminate against any individual for provision of care based on their ability to pay for services or based upon an individual's race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, or sexual orientation.