WHEN TO BRING YOUR KIDS TO THE ER
Our goal is to evaluate your child’s condition and initiate pediatric care within 10 minutes of your arrival to our facilities. A residency-trained, board-certified emergency medicine physician will always be at your bedside ready to lead the medical team.
MY CHILD IS SICK…
It may occur at the most inopportune time — your child suddenly looks unwell, appears dehydrated, or is involved in a fall at home or the park. You turn to your pediatrician but they’re not available. The after hours pediatric clinic or urgent care is closed. It’s Friday night, your choices are limited, and you’re wondering what to do …
CHILD FRIENDLY ROOMS
Our pediatric rooms are designed around the idea that children who feel safe, comfortable, and secure in their surroundings are more relaxed and amenable to treatment. By offering a clean and private area for you and your family, we hope to minimize exposure to illnesses while providing exceptional care and VIP service.
We provide timely and exceptional medical care for children of all ages including infants, toddlers, and adolescents.
Our board certified emergency medicine physicians have received training in pediatric and adult emergency departments throughout the country. They are highly capable at treating pediatric illnesses utilizing the latest research and treatment options available.
We understand the discomfort that you and your child feel when they are sick and as such offer rapid treatment in the cases of:
- Fever — requiring fever reducers such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen
- Fractures — requiring comfortable positioning and splinting of the extremity
- Nausea and vomiting — requiring anti-nausea medications
- Pain — through the use of both non-IV and IV pain medications as the medical situation warrants
- Abdominal Pain
- Abscess and Cellulitis
- Accidental Poisoning
- Allergic Reaction
- Asthma / Wheezing
- Coughs and Colds
- Headache / Migraines
- Heat Strokes
- Skin Rashes
- Sinus Infections
- Vomiting / Diarrhea
- ACLS and PALS
- Cardiac Monitoring and ECG
- Central Venous Line Insertion
- Lumbar Puncture
- Ventilation and Intubation
- Intravenous Medications and Fluids
- Influenza Vaccines
- Splinting, Slings, Crutches, Canes, and Ortho Boots
- Tetanus (TDaP), Antibiotics, Steroids