COVID-19 and Vaccine Information
Masks are still required in healthcare settings per CDC and state health department guidelines.
Children’s healthcare needs change as they grow. A primary care pediatrician is trained to manage a child’s physical and developmental milestones from birth to age 18. Think of your child’s pediatrician as your partner, here to help you raise healthy kids.
If your child needs more advanced care, or has a chronic condition, a pediatric specialist can help. Your child’s pediatrician will coordinate services and will stay in touch with any specialists your child sees. Building a relationship with your child’s pediatrician creates a healthy foundation for life.
PeaceHealth offers primary and specialty pediatric services close to home, including care in Washington, Oregon and Alaska. We provide:
Your child’s care team can include pediatricians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses and support staff who get to know you. We build relationships and tailor our services to your child’s healthy development.
With convenient locations, extended office hours, walk-in and same-day care and convenient appointment times, it’s easy to get the care you need
In addition to pediatric primary care services, your child has access to specialists.
If your child needs additional services, the care is seamless. We coordinate with pediatric specialists and help manage your child’s condition.
Depression, anxiety, substance use and eating disorders.
Long-term conditions such as COPD, diabetes and high blood pressure should be monitored on a routine basis.
Speech, emotional, mental and gross motor skills.
Respiratory, ear/nose/throat, urinary, pink eye and rashes.
Fractures, strains and cuts.
Colds, flu, fever, sore throat and cough.