Due to COVID-19, all visits to our office are now scheduled. Please contact our office to schedule a telemedicine appointment and visit our Telemedicine page for more details.
The Walk-in Clinic was established with our busy families in mind. The clinic opens earlier than the appointment side of the office and allows parents to bring in their sick child whenever it’s convenient for them to a place that is familiar and has immediate access to your child’s medical record. The clinic is staffed by Nurse Practitioners and overseen by a Physician on a first-come, first-served basis. The Walk-In Clinic is located in our existing building and can be accessed through the door nearest Yost Road.
Pearland Pediatrics values the role as your child’s primary care physician by providing care in a medical home environment. Children deserve a medical home- a place where their care is accessible, family-centered, continuous, comprehensive, coordinated and compassionate. The convenience of our walk in hours will provide you with the quality care you’ve come to expect from the medical family that knows you best.
You may still schedule appointments for sick visits with your preferred physician by calling the appointment line at our primary office (see website for office hours). In order to serve your child better, your child should see his or her regular physician for more chronic issues such as behavior concerns, chronic headaches, chronic cough or more complex medical problems. Sports physicals and well visits should also be scheduled with your regular doctor and will not be seen on a walk-in basis.
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday: 7:30am-12:00pm, 2:00pm–5:00pm (excluding holidays)
- Patients must have had a well visit in our office in the last year
- Have routine, straightforward symptoms of illness or injury such as:
- Ear Pain
- Cough, Cold, Flu
- Sore Throat, Strep
- Pink Eye
- Asthma Exacerbation
- Sprains and Broken Bones
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I expect to see a physician?
The Walk-In Clinic is staffed with experienced Nurse Practitioners. If you would like to see a particular physician, please call the office to schedule an appointment.
Is my child’s medical record the same one that my PCP has access to?
Yes! That’s the great thing about using our walk-in clinic. We have your child’s medical history and know your child best.
My child has had chronic stomach pains? Can I go to the walk-in clinic?
No. For illnesses or symptoms that have been present for more than a month or for chronic issues (like headaches, stomach issues, behavior concerns, chronic headaches, chronic cough or more complex medical problems) please call to schedule an appointment with your child’s primary care provider (PCP). These illnesses should be addressed by your PCP who knows your child best and should be the one to modify your care plan and/or order referrals to specialists for further treatment.
Why does my child need to have had a well visit within the last year to be seen in the walk-in clinic?
My child needs a well visit. Can I use walk-in for this?
Well visits should be scheduled with your primary care provider and will not be seen on a walk-in basis.