Sick Visits & Walk-ins

Sick Visits & Walk-ins

Description

Illnesses and injuries can occur unexpectedly, requiring prompt medical attention and care. At Peds 360+, we offer sick visits and walk-in appointments to address acute medical needs and provide timely care for pediatric patients. Our team of pediatric healthcare providers is available to assess, diagnose, and treat a wide range of illnesses and injuries, offering compassionate and comprehensive care to help children and families feel better and recover quickly.

 

 

  • Prompt Evaluation: Timely evaluation and assessment of acute illnesses and injuries to determine appropriate diagnosis and treatment options, ensuring timely relief and recovery.
  • Treatment and Management: Provision of personalized treatment plans and recommendations for managing acute conditions, including medications, home remedies, and lifestyle modifications, to promote healing and symptom relief.
  • Injury Care: Evaluation and treatment of minor injuries, such as cuts, bruises, sprains, and strains, to address pain and discomfort and prevent complications.
  • Follow-up Care: Coordination of follow-up care and monitoring for pediatric patients to ensure continued improvement and recovery from acute illnesses and injuries.
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About Us

At Peds 360+, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive and compassionate pediatric healthcare services to children and families in our community. With a focus on holistic wellness and evidence-based practices, our team of healthcare professionals is committed to promoting the physical, emotional, and developmental well-being of every child we serve. Through personalized care, collaboration, and innovation, we strive to empower families and create a healthier future for our pediatric patients. Learn more about our mission, values, and services by contacting us today.

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Peds 360+ Corp

361 Highland Avenue

Suites 205-206

Jenkintown, PA 19046