For Parents

Parenting doesn’t take on normal business hours. Neither do we.
We know injuries and illnesses aren’t convenient; but we are. On our Resources page, you’ll find our Doctors’ Orders for parents’ common pediatric urgent care questions. You can also enjoy our MomSense blog. Relatable and humorous, it’s written by a real parent like you.

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Tick Bites and Lyme Disease

Hand, Foot, and Mouth

ER, Urgent or Primary Care

Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis) In Your Child

Food Poisoning

How Good Posture Boosts Your Immune System

Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccine

What to Know About RSV

Now Offering Virtual Care Services

Asthma in Children: What Parents Should Know

Symptoms Comparison Chart – COVID, Flu and Cold

Fever Fear and Facts

Technology Tips for Kids

How to Wash Your Hands

COVID-19 Antibody Testing

Coronavirus: Know the Basics

Your Child and the Flu

Use Antibiotics Wisely


Stitches vs. Staples: Which Does My Child Need?

My Child Got a Cut: Does He Need a Tetanus Shot?

Is My Child’s Cut Infected?

What is the Difference between a Cut and a Scratch?

Preparing for 2019 Flu Season

How Can I Protect My Child from Measles?

Medical Director Q & A: All About Allergies

Medical Director Q & A: All About Asthma

Flu is here, but not like last year


Preparing Your Child for a Healthy New Year

Children and Fevers: What You Should Know

Preparing Your Child for a Healthy School Year

Avoid the ‘back-to-school plague’


The Heat Is On

Protection from Tickborne Diseases

Summer Safety

Environmental and Seasonal Allergies: Facts vs Fiction

It’s Flu Season Halftime: Here’s What to Expect

Flu Outbreak 2018

Flu Season is Here

Respiratory Illness on the Rise

Pediatric Care in the Wake of Hurricanes

Sinus Infection Fact Sheet

Vomiting in Children

Protecting Your Family Against Zika

Tips for Taming Seasonal Allergies

Tylenol vs Motrin: Guidelines and Good Practices

Backpack Safety

Measles in Florida