From routine checkups to immunizations, Neighborhood Pediatrics is equipped to handle all of your child's health needs. To help you and your family understand your treatment options, we've included descriptions of some of our leading services on this page.
- Prenatal visits
- Well-child care exams
- Newborn care
- School & sports physicals
- Vision & hearing screening
- Same day sick appointments
- Separate sick and well waiting rooms
- Dietary/nutrition guidance
- Nurse triage during office hours
- After hours physician line
- Inpatient hospital care
- ADHD screening & treatment
- Autism screening
- Fluoride varnish application
- On-site lead & anemia screening (sent out to lab)
- On-site urine dip
- On-site rapid strep & throat culture
A registered nurse is available during office hours for answering questions about your child. Reasons for calling include discussing whether or not your child needs to be seen, suggestions for treating your child’s symptoms at home, refill requests, and any general questions or concerns. Due to privacy laws, we are only allowed to speak with the child’s legal guardian. A parent must give verbal consent if discussing your child with a caregiver is needed. When you call, please have your child’s weight and a current pharmacy.
If you have an urgent call that cannot wait until office hours, call the office phone number to leave a message with the answering service. A physician will return your call within 20 minutes. Please call again after 20 minutes if you do not receive a return call. In case of an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
Electronic Medical Record (EMR)
Neighborhood Pediatrics uses Epic, an EMR through the Cleveland Clinic. This creates a chart with all of your child's information in one place, including birth records in the newborn nursery, inpatient hospitalizations, lab results, and consults from a Cleveland Clinic specialist, in addition to our office notes. You can access your child’s health summary, including lab results, immunizations, and growth charts, through MyChart.
While Neighborhood Pediatrics is an independent practice, we do have privileges at Fairview Hospital. We see newborns after birth at Fairview Hospital. If your child is sick enough to be admitted to the hospital, we will see your child at Fairview Hospital.