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Not every child needs specialty medical care, but all children need special care — the kind you get from the experienced, compassionate primary care pediatricians and advance practice nurses at Nemours.
From routine care to sick visits for kids from birth to age 18, Nemours is here for all of your pediatric primary care needs.
In addition to providing well-child, preventive care such as immunizations, annual check-ups and health screenings, we treat children with a variety of routine symptoms, illnesses and conditions, including:
Nemours primary care pediatricians also help coordinate specialty care for children with special health care needs such as autism, spectrum disorders, developmental delays, genetic conditions and more.
11715 Orpington St., Suite A
Orlando, FL 32817
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For Appointments: (407) 380-9115
Fax: (407) 380-9189
Hours: Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m
(acute sick care walk-in available from 7:30–9 a.m.)
Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (no walk-in appointments)
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Bring these forms to your first appointment:
Children should be seen for “well-child” check-ups to make sure they’re growing up healthy at:
At each visit, we’ll check your child’s growth, development, overall health and give any recommended routine immunizations.
The team at TLC Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine, in association with Nemours, takes a whole-child approach to primary care pediatrics, focusing on wellness and prevention. We promote healthy living and emotional well-being for kids at every age and stage. Think of us as your child’s “medical home,” here for you through all of those important growth and development milestones, and partnering with you to help your child grow up healthy.
Nemours primary care pediatricians not only provide well-child, preventive care like immunizations (vaccines) and health screenings, but also evaluate and treat children with a variety of routine illnesses and conditions, including:
For your convenience, we have walk-in sick time available Monday–Friday from 7:30–9 a.m. for our established patients. If your child has an acute illness like a sore throat, fever, cough, or other routine condition, you can visit us anytime during these hours without calling ahead.
Please note we provide this service on a first-come, first-serve basis only for routine illness, not for well-child visits, complicated problems, or follow-up visits. Walk-in sick care is provided by available physicians – if you would like to see a specific provider, please call to schedule a sick-child appointment.
We also offer complimentary, 20-minute informational meetings for expectant parents trying to make a choice about their baby’s primary care pediatrician. This is a great time to meet our doctors and staff, see our facility and learn more about our practice. Meetings are scheduled on Saturdays at 12:30 p.m. Call us to schedule a time that works best for you.
If your child has special health needs, our primary care pediatricians can help arrange care with a pediatric specialist of your choice, including specialists at Nemours Children’s Hospital in Lake Nona, or a Nemours Children’s Clinic near downtown Orlando, as well as Lake Mary and Melbourne. Some common conditions we refer children for include:
And every member of your child’s Nemours pediatric care team (your child’s primary care pediatrician, advance practice nurse or specialist) will have access to your child’s medical information, with just the click of a button.
Nemours' holistic approach to primary care pediatrics also includes providing you with guidance about what to expect as your child grows, including information about things like:
At TLC Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine, we’re committed to providing family-centered care. This means we address the needs, concerns, beliefs, and feelings of our patients, and you, the parents, families, and guardians. We include you in your child's care and the decision-making process — and appreciate and respect that no one knows your child better than you do.