Allegiance Pediatrics has board certified pediatricians specializing in care for children and adolescents from birth to the age of 18. In addition to delivering preventative care services, like well physicals and immunizations, we can also address your concerns with acute and/or chronic illnesses, such as asthma and ADD/ADHD. 

It is a privilege for us to provide care to your children. 

Hospital Care

As a parent, you always want the best for your child. And as your child’s pediatricians, we want the same. Therefore, we utilize the excellent pediatric hospitalists (hospital-exclusive pediatricians) at Allegiance Health, should your child need to be hospitalized at any time. With their availability 24-hours a day, seven days a week, we believe this approach assures that your child will receive the best care possible. You can also rest assured that Allegiance Pediatrics is continually informed of your child’s progress at the hospital, and receives official documentation when they are discharged.

Immunizations

Immunizations are the best way to protect your child against many serious and life-threatening diseases. The recommended immunization schedule is designed to protect infants and children early in life, when they are most vulnerable and before they are exposed to potentially life-threatening diseases.

We follow this standard immunizations schedule.

Appointments

We strive to provide compassionate, high quality health care for the families we serve in a friendly, organized atmosphere.

To ensure we’re able to care for our patients in the most timely and effective way possible, we see patients by appointment only. Our responsive office staff is well-equipped to listen to your concerns and relay information to the appropriate care provider.

We encourage all patients to arrive on time. We’ll be better able to give you the time you need, and you’ll make the next parent’s day a lot easier too! 

Please understand, emergencies do happen from time to time, so we appreciate your patience if you have to wait longer than expected to be seen. If you’ve been waiting longer than 15 minutes, please let the receptionist know. 

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