What to Expect
KidMed is a pediatric urgent care practice dedicated to the convenient and urgent care of ill and injured infants, children and young adults (newborn – age 25). Our expert pediatric care includes a comprehensive range of services including on-site x-rays and lab work. Here’s what you can expect when you visit one of our state-of-the art locations.
*** Special considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic ***
- Specific precautions made to keep ill and injured patients separated and treated in different exam rooms.
- All patients remain in their cars (and NOT in the KidMed waiting room), until called back to an exam room.
- KidMed staff has appropriate PPE in order to keep parents, children and staff safe.
- COVID-19 testing available, using current CDC guidelines.
No appointment necessary
We are ready for you. Walk-in anytime and receive a diagnosis and treatment in a timely, convenient manner.
High quality care
From our experienced pediatric clinical staff to the front office staff, your child will be taken care of from the moment you walk in the door.
Our clinics are spacious, clean and beautifully decorated with activities and TVs to keep you and your little ones as comfortable as possible.
Lower co-pays and overall lower costs than a visit to the ER.
A report is faxed to your child’s pediatrician the same day as your visit.
Only pediatric specialists treat your child’s injuries and illnesses.
What People are Saying
We had a great first experience with KidMed. Our 7 year old son was hit in the head with a metal bat at baseball practice. We were planning to take him to the hospital for stitches. A couple of parents on the team recommended KidMed and we were so pleased that we decided to go there. Our son was pretty upset at anyone touching or cleaning the wound and the thought of stitches really made him nervous. The staff put him at ease and calmed him right down. We checked in and he was seen very quickly. We would probably still be waiting if we went to the hospital ! His head is now healed and we think he will have very little scarring. We will definitely be using KidMed in the future.”