Jacksonville Pediatricians Blog

How to Find the Right Pediatrician for Your Child

How to Find the Right Pediatrician for Your Child

When you find a great pediatrician, naturally, you want to stay with that person. Most people do, unless something changes in their lives or where they live. If you are looking for pediatricians in Jacksonville, here are some hints on how to choose one who is right for you. Why keep to one doctor? Pediatricians… Continue Reading

Maintaining Healthy Diets for Kids During COVID-19

Maintaining Healthy Diets for Kids During COVID-19

The pandemic has changed our daily lives and the way we do things. While kids are safe at home with virtual learning, they are spending more screen time for school and less time outside burning off energy. Without school sports or recess it means less exercise. It’s no wonder we are seeing more issues with… Continue Reading

COVID-19 Updates

As we continue to see rising cases, 24/7 Pediatric Care Center is committed to keeping our employees and patients safe. We ask for everyone’s assistance during these transitions. Please answer the COVID 19 questionnaire accurately. You will not be turned away because of your answer. This is simply guiding the staff on best practices to keep everyone safe. We… Continue Reading

Introducing Dr. Maria Martinez

Introducing Dr. Maria Martinez

We’re excited to introduce our newest doctor at the Point Meadows office, Dr. Maria Martinez. Born in Havana, she grew up in Central Florida where her family was sponsored by a local United Methodist Church. She earned her medical degree from the University of South Florida and practiced general pediatrics in her private practice in Miami.… Continue Reading

24/7 Pediatric Care Centers are Jacksonville pediatricians, Jacksonville Beach pediatricians, and Fleming Island pediatricians providing care for children from newborn to 18 years. Our 24-hour office also provides services for non-life-threatening illnesses to registered patients 24 hours a day.

24/7 Pediatric Care Centers is not a substitute for Emergency or Trauma-related medical care.
If you feel your child is experiencing a life-threatening event, immediately call 911.