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Texas Children’s Pediatrics is dedicated to providing the very best for our patients and their families. That commitment remains stronger than ever today as we confront this current challenging and changing situation. As always, we are proud to offer you the same great care you know and trust – with the safest, most convenient ways to access it.

Appointments are now available for all ages – well and sick visits.


Schedule an Appointment

Well Visits (immunizations and well checks)

  • New Patients
    • Please call your preferred Texas Children’s Pediatrics practices to choose the time your prefer for your first visit with us.
    • Many of our locations are now offering online scheduling for new patient visits, and offer this on their location pages, if you prefer to schedule your first visit online.

  • Current patients with a MyChart account
    • Scheduling in MyChart now offers you the ability to schedule well visits in the office, sick visits in the office, sick visits by video visits , and flu vaccine nurse visits, at your convenience with your TCP Provider. You are also now able to add yourself to the wait list for a sooner appointment, if preferred.
       
    • PreCheck-in makes it easy for you to prepare for your upcoming appointment and helps minimize the amount of direct contact you have upon arrival to the office, assisting with a paperless process to help reduce the risk of transmitting germs, which helps keep you safe.
       

Sick Visits

  • In-person
  • By Video
    • We are able to offer video visits for many sick visits and follow up care. If you have an upcoming appointment, please let the office know if you are interested in a video visit.

How We're Keeping You Safe

Visitation Restrictions →

Effective Wednesday, February 24

In addition to the visitor guidelines below, we ask that you do all you can to decrease the spread of COVID-19 by continuing to limit your attendance at gatherings, wearing a mask, washing your hands and practicing social distancing in the community.

  • Texas Children’s Pediatrics will allow one or two parents or caregivers age 18 or older to accompany each patient to appointments.
  • To help protect our patients and staff – if at all possible – we ask that you not bring siblings, children or other visitors younger than 18 years of age. Please know we are here to care for any patient who needs us.
  • All patients and caregivers will be subject to screening (exposure and symptom questions and a temperature check) upon arrival. After screening, all patients and caregivers will be required to wear an issued mask.

Once you arrive →

  • You and your child’s temperature will be taken. You will also be asked a series of symptom-related questions. 
     
  • After you pass the screening process, you will be issued a mask. Please wear this mask at all times for the duration of your visit at any of our sites.
     
  • We ask that you please practice appropriate social distancing and stay approximately 6 feet away from others whenever and wherever possible, including waiting in line.
     

For patients completing a video visit →

  • Meeting with a provider by video visit is a convenient way to receive care without coming to the practice in person. 
     
  • You can use a web browser on your computer or an app on a mobile device to start a video visit. Mobile devices are preferred, because the MyChart app makes it easy to access your visit and most mobile devices already have the appropriate camera and microphone setup for video visits.
     
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COVID-19 Video Visits & Testing →

  • All Texas Children’s locations are actively screening in order to minimize exposure risk to our patients, families, staff and providers. In addition, some patients may need COVID-19 testing.

    Current Patients: If you suspect you may have or have been exposed to COVID-19, log in to your MyChart and schedule a video visit with your pediatrician’s office, to determine next steps for COVID-19 testing. At Texas Children’s locations, testing is available only as directed by a Texas Children’s provider and not open to the general public. If you’re new to our system, please check the practice locations page for contact and scheduling details.

     
  • Health authorities encourage residents to get tested for COVID-19 if you think you have it or were in contact with someone who tested positive.
     
  • You should contact your primary care physician or see the below publicly available testing resources. If your child does not have a primary pediatrician, you can contact one of our Texas Children’s Pediatrics locations to become a patient. (To note, only established Texas Children’s Pediatrics patients are eligible for testing at Texas Children’s. All others should refer to the below resources.)

Urgent & emergency care →


QUESTIONS?

Please contact your Texas Children’s Pediatrics practice by phone. We look forward to seeing you soon. Thank you for trusting us to care for your family.