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READY CARE (Walk-In Visits)

Expanded Walk-in Hours at All of Our Offices! 

    All four of our offices now have extended walk-in hours Monday through Friday. We know it's convenient for families to be able to come in as needed for simple illnesses, and minor injuries or emergencies, rather than needing to call first. Providing excellent and convenient care, our goal is to see our patients during these times, rather than parents feeling the need to take them to an urgent care center or hospital emergency room.

Ready Care No Appointment Walk In Hours
Monday - Friday First Come, First Served 8 am - 4 pm

Walk-In Hours FAQ 

How do READY CARE (walk-in hours) work?

Each of The Pediatric Group's offices offer Walk-In Clinic hours 8 am - 4 pm, Monday through Friday for established patients from any of our offices (who have been seen at least once in a TPG office). No appointment is necessary.  Your child will be seen by one of our providers, on a "first come, first served" basis, amidst our previously scheduled appointments.

If you have a concern and would like to see your primary provider, please call our office to schedule an appointment

What kind of issues are best served by READY CARE?

Walk-in Hours are really designed to handle acute care issues such as cold symptoms, pink eye, fever, throwing up, diarrhea, ear or throat pain, bug bites, or minor injuries.  

READY CARE is not intended for chronic or wellness issues such as medication checks, well checks, sports physicals, immunizations, etc.

Does my child need READY CARE or a Scheduled Appointment?

At Walk-In appointments, providers spend time assessing and treating sudden or urgent concerns.

For more chronic conditions or complaints, please schedule an appointment.  This will allow a more complete and thorough assessment of the issues as well as a more detailed discussion of the diagnosis and treatment plan. Concerns such as recurrent headaches, abdominal pain, back pain, behavior or emotional concerns are best addressed at a SCHEDULED appointment. 

If you have any questions about READY CARE services, or would like our help in determining the best appointment type for your child, please call your home office and speak with one of our triage nurses.