Taking care of all your child’s health care needs

From routine and urgent care to management of chronic illnesses, such as asthma—we're here to keep your child healthy.

Well-child visits

To keep a close eye on your child's general health and development. Our well-child exams include a sports physical for school aged children.

Urgent care

When your child needs care right away. From coughs and high fever to earaches, sprains, cuts and more! No appointment needed.

Virtual care

Unlimited access to comprehensive care by text, chat or telehealth for quick consultations or health issues big and small.

Disease care

Management of common childhood conditions. Asthma, eczema/rashes, ADHD, allergies, acne, autism, obesity.

Lab and diagnostic

On-site labs and imaging. We offer blood work, x-rays, ultrasound, cardio test, and more.


To prevent diseases. We offer all recommended vaccinations right on-site.

Why Choose a Sanitas Pediatrician?

You’ll love coming here.

There’s a different feeling you get the moment you walk through our doors. You’ll feel the compassion and love we have for what we do.

  • Doctors and medical team that are child-centered and family-focused.

    Sanitas has pediatricians, family doctors, and specialists, all in one place.

  • All the time you and your child need.

    Our doctors spend more time with you and your child, making sure you feel completely at ease.

  • Here for you when you need us most.

    We're always reachable. Same-day appointments. Extended hours. Even weekends and walk-ins.

  • Convenience at your fingertips.

    Make an in-person or telehealth visit online in just minutes. You can also chat with our doctors instantly for quick questions.

Meet Our Pediatricians

We know the importance of choosing a pediatrician. Get to know them before you make your choice.

How often should your child visit his or her doctor?

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends well-child check-ups as follows:

  • 3 to 5 days after birth
  • 1 month old
  • 2 months old
  • 4 months old
  • 6 months old
  • 9 months old
  • 12 months old
  • 15 months old
  • 18 months old
  • 24 months old
  • 30 months old
  • 3 years old
  • Every year after age 4
Choose Sanitas

Let us show you the Sanitas difference.

Tips to prepare your child for a doctor's visit
  • Communicate with your child
  • Prepare kids by giving them advance notice of a visit so it's not a surprise.
  • Many children's books are available to help explain a doctor visit.
  • Young kids learn best during play, and this can be a way to answer any questions and talk about fears they may have.
  • Utilize distraction tools for reducing any potential anxiety
  • Bring something comforting from home such as a favorite toy or stuffed animal.
  • Give your child an activity such as reading or coloring.
Helpful Tips for Mom and Dad

Our pediatricians want to keep you informed. See below for articles written by our pediatricians specifically for you.