Our Team

North Florida Pediatrics was founded in Lake City, FL in 1996, with a vision of providing children quality healthcare to conveniently serve the medical needs of the North Florida region. Since then, we have opened a total of six offices in the North Florida area, ensuring that good health for your child is only a short drive away. We continue to be a leader in pediatrics in the North Florida medical community, being one of the first practices in the area to have multiple offices and to provide extended weekend hours to better provide care to our patients.

With our main office in Lake City along with our six branch offices throughout North Florida, we currently serve patient needs in the Columbia, Hamilton, Suwannee, Dixie, Levy, and Bradford counties in Florida for your convenience, with our clinics respectively located in Lake City, Jasper, Live Oak, Cross City, Chiefland, and Starke. You may choose to visit any of our offices as your primary office at your own convenience.

Our board-certified pediatricians and clinicians have over 100 years of combined service and believe in giving the best care to children living in northern Florida. Whether you just need a quick checkup or your child has an illness or injury that needs to be examined right away, we are always happy to see you. North Florida Pediatrics currently employs ten physicians, one physician assistant, and seven registered nurse practitioners to meet all your child’s healthcare needs. Our staff works to ensure that your visit is as comfortable as possible, and to provide you with the personalized, high-quality care that you deserve.

 


Join the Team

Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding career? North Florida Pediatrics has tremendous opportunities for motivated individuals who like a fast-paced, high-performance work environment and are interested in a making a difference in their community.

At North Florida Pediatrics, we love to work with people who are great at what they do, recognize how important providing health care is to rural populations, build relationships with the people they work with and the patients they care for, and constantly look for ways to be better. We took these four traits and turned them into the acrostic CARE: Capabilities, Accessibility, Relationships, and Excellence. If CARE describes you, let’s talk!

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