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Our philosophy is simple: We think children in our community should be connected to the best possible care, regardless of ability to pay, and that parents should have the confidence and assurance of knowing their child’s care is as exceptional as it is personal.

Our Pediatric Services are just part of Legacy’s commitment to bring comprehensive wrap-around services to all of our neighbors and to open our doors, our arms, and our hearts to everyone in the community.

Pediatric services are offered at:

Our services include:

  • Well-child visits – preventative care, vaccines, lab work, and anything else that can keep kids healthy
  • Care for ill children – diagnosis and treatment related to common childhood conditions
  • Sports physicals – making sure your kids are ready to take the field or court
  • Adolescent care – specialists in young patients between the ages of 12 and 24, with capabilities that include drug, contraceptive, and mental health counseling
  • Whole patient services – lactation consulting, diet and nutrition, parenting classes, and more

In addition to all of this, Legacy also offers school-based health services that bring our same level of care to a variety of KIPP and YES Prep campuses, making it easier for students and their siblings to get what they need – and more convenient for parents who can’t otherwise get to the clinic.

Patients always see the same care team, so when you come in, you can be confident of being served by professionals who know you, your child, and your individual concerns. And since we offer obstetrics services as well, you and your child can enjoy a continuum of care that starts from the beginning of pregnancy.

In other words, at Legacy, you’re not a number – and you’re more than just a patient.

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