Jacksonville Pediatricians Blog

Category Archives: Newborn Care

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

Q&A With Team Member Katrina Cinca

Katrina Cinca, ARNP, is a highly skilled and compassionate team member at 24/7 Pediatric Care Centers. We think we know her well because she has worked with Dr. Benitez for more than 15 years. However, we wanted to gain more insights into just what makes this wonderful team member tick. Here’s what we learned in a… Continue Reading

New Program Certifies Higher Quality of Care at 24/7

24/7 Patient Care Centers is currently working toward receiving certification from the NCQA, National Committee for Quality Assurance, as a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). NCQA, the leading organization for health care certifications in America, has established an extensive process that takes months to complete, ensuring that only the best practices qualify. “At 24/7 we’re… Continue Reading

Florida Newborn Screening

Most babies arrive into the world healthy, but some have a rare health problem that is not outwardly visible.  Florida screens all babies for over 36 different conditions, unless a parent objects in writing.  Before leaving the hospital, a few drops of blood are taken from the heel of the baby and the ears are… 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.