We’re part of your family

Helping your children grow into healthy adults is something we love doing. From their first newborn wellness exam, through the many changes your children go through, we focus on the total well-being of the young patients we serve. We strive to be a family-centered clinic that not only treats each patient but goes beyond to provide health education and prevention advice to the whole family.

Staying connected as your children grow

Infancy through adolescents is the period of greatest growth in the human body. These constant changes in your children’s development make regular wellness visits an important part of your child’s health care. Whether it’s your baby’s first office visit, or a routine well-child checkup, we strive to make sure you and your child have a positive experience. These visits not only help us assess your child’s development, they are also an opportunity for us to answer questions parents may have. Please see the link below detailing our suggested well-child checkup schedule, along with helpful resources in our Parent’s Tool Box.

Associated providers:

Education & Resources

  • 3 to 5 days
  • 2 weeks
  • 1 month
  • 2 months
  • 4 months
  • 6 months
  • 9 months
  • 12 months
  • 15 months
  • 18 months
  • 2 years
  • And once every year thereafter

Car Seat Safety – Statewide link to car seat assistance programs and inspection locations. Scroll down page to Jackson County.
EatRight.org – Great recipes and tips to get your kids to eat the right foods. Includes a “My Recipe Box” that helps keep your favorite recipes handy.
Healthy Children  Ages & Stages – a great resource created by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Topics are divided by developmental stages.
Head lice wet combing – A downloadable tip sheet provided for our patients

Infant

Toddler

Preschool

Gradeschool

Teen

Young Adult

 

Links and Resources

Pediatric Care Links & Resources
Health tools to help your kids grow.
Learn more…

Immunizations

Oregon Immunizations
Important immunization guidelines.
Learn more…

Symptom checker

Symptom Checker Tool
Should you call the doctor? Healthychildren.org’s helpful interactive tool.
Learn More…