We offer routine primary care and urgent care  up to the age 21. We would be honored to be your child’s Pediatrician. You may choose to see the physician by appointment during regular business hours.

Pediatric Clinic/Medical Home/Wellness Center

Do I Always Need an Appointment?

If your child does not have an appointment, he/she will be seen on a walk-in basis. We make every attempt to see your child in a timely manner.

We preferred an appointment be made for physicals and immunizations as they allow us to minimize wait times. Please notify us at least 24 hours in advance if you need to cancel your appointment.

Insurance & Payment

As your Pediatrician we want to make certain your child receives the best possible medical care. We also want to make certain that your child is safe. If our office is closed and your child is in need of medical care, you can call the Parent Advice Line at 702-731-5437. A trained pediatric nurse will assist and instruct you whether to take your child to the emergency room. You may also call our emergency cell 702-630-3526.

About Us

If We Are Closed

Children's Urgent Care

If this is your first visit to our center, please bring your insurance card and a picture ID with you. We participate in and accept most insurances and Medicaid. Your co-payment and/or deductible is due at the time of service when you arrive. We do accept, cash, Visa, Master Card and American Express as forms of payment. Please feel free to contact our Insurances Services Department regarding any questions about insurance and our financial policies.

Children’s Urgent Care is an extended total pediatric practice designed to make your medical experience as convenient as possible. We understand children need medical attention after normal business hours. Our office is open seven days a week, offering a wide variety of minor emergency care. We are often able to prevent unnecessary trips to crowded and costly emergency rooms.

   We do not accept ambulances and life threatening situations. In these instances, parents are advised to call 911 or take their child to the nearest emergency room.