The pediatricians practicing here at Central Florida Pediatric Urgent Care are board-certified and have many years of combined experience in emergency medicine and urgent care. Our passion is caring for children, and our commitment is to support your primary care physician by providing urgent medical services outside regular office hours.
As a parent, few ongoing conditions are scarier than dealing with asthma in children. Although this is a severe condition and should be taken seriously, asthma can easily be managed with proper care.
Dehydration occurs when a person doesn’t have enough water in their body. Water plays an important role in the function of the cells, and when a person becomes dehydrated, their cells may stop working properly.
Here at Central Florida Pediatric Urgent Care we take pride in taking care of your children and making sure they safe in our emergency walk-in clinic. Our staff is friendly and does everything they can to make it comfortable
Children are very playful, thus, they can easily injure or hurt themselves as they play in and around the home. You can easily take care of some minor bruises and cuts. However, if the cut or bruise is serious
Colds, flu, fevers, sore throats, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Ear, nose, throat infections, Minor broken bones, burns and, lacerations, Sports injuries, Asthma flare-ups, Foreign body removal, Insect bites and pain relief, Mild/moderate dehydration
The pediatricians who practice at Central Florida Pediatric Urgent Care are board-certified and have experience in emergency medicine and urgent care. Their passion is caring for children, and their commitment is to support your primary care physician by providing urgent medical services outside regular office hours.
Sunburn can affect anyone at any time, but it can be especially painful for children. Central Florida Pediatric Urgent Care in Orlando can provide the sunburn treatment that your child needs to get better.
Many parents are unaware of just how dangerous it is to make sure that they anchor their furniture. Central Florida Pediatric Urgent Care knows, however, that to avoid broken bone treatment, parents must keep their furniture rooted.