Compassionate Care For Your Child
As a parent, there is no worse feeling than when your child is sick. But, whether your little one is suffering from an earache, a rash, or a broken bone, Saddleback Family and Urgent Care is here for you.
We offer high quality pediatric care for minor injuries and illnesses, as well as ongoing routine primary care. Our providers can help your little one to stay up-to-date on immunizations, manage any chronic conditions, and stay healthy with helpful lifestyle advice and age-appropriate preventative care. We are also able to provide fast, affordable sports, school, and camp physicals.
Kids can get hurt and come down with an illness unexpectedly, but our staff of experienced physicians, nurses, technicians, and medical assistants is available to provide care when your child needs it most. Simply walk in, or call to schedule an appointment today!
What We Offer:
- Treatment of minor injuries and illnesses
- Ongoing routine primary care for children
- School/sports/pre-participation physical and camp physicals
*Some pediatric immunizations are not available. Please call our office ahead of your child’s visit to verify available immunizations and/or specific vaccines.
Common Pediatric Care Conditions Treated:
- Coughs/stuffy nose
- Sore throat and strep
- Minor broken bones/fractures/sprains
- Ear, nose, & eye infections
- Rashes & burns
Visit us 7 days a week
Walk-in or check-in online for fast care when you need it, or call ahead to schedule an appointment..
Online check-in is limited to walk-in services. Services that require call-ahead appointments $
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