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Category Archives: Children’s Health

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

Zika Virus: What Does It Mean for Jacksonville Families?

Here at 24/7 Pediatric Care Centers, we’re starting to receive questions about the Zika virus from parents in all of our offices. We’d like to give you some insights into what is known at this time. First, Zika is a viral infection that causes symptoms that are usually mild and clear up in less than… Continue Reading

Good Sleep Habits for Toddlers

Tips to Help Your Toddler Establish Good Sleep Habits Adopt a nightly routine so your child has quiet time before bedtime and understands that it will soon be time to go to sleep. The routine should be the same each night, as toddlers are comforted by routine. Give her a bath, read her a story,… Continue Reading

Back-To-School Time Means Physicals And Immunizations

Back-to-school time often means a rush for new clothes and school supplies during Tax-Free Holiday (August 7 through August 16). In addition to all the shopping fun, you have to make sure your children have all the required medical paperwork and exams before their first big day. We’re here to help make sure your family’s back-to-school experience… 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.