Children's Health

We love kids, and we love helping parents keep them healthy

Welcome to Children's Health

At UTMB Health, we love kids, and we love helping parents keep them healthy as they grow and develop. We're also here to help when kids aren't well, with a team of skilled physicians and caregivers equipped and experienced in handling any problem, large or small. Our network of pediatric and family care clinics place our caregivers close to where families live and work, and our extended hours and after-hour urgent care clinics recognize that illness doesn't keep "9 to 5" hours. Children are our future; let UTMB help you keep that future bright and healthy.

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Pediatric Primary Care

UTMB Health knows that nothing is more important than the well-being of your children. Our pediatric primary care providers are passionate about the health of children in all stages of development.

Find a Pediatric Provider: Ages 0-4  Ages 5-11  Ages 12-17

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Pediatric Urgent & Emergency Care

An illness or injury can happen at any time. When your pediatrician is not available, our Urgent Care clinics are conveniently located to help after-hours and on weekends. If your child has a more serious condition, our Pediatric Emergency Room on the Clear Lake Campus is available 24/7 and staffed by pediatric emergency medicine specialists.

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Locations

UTMB’s Emergency Departments are staffed 24/7 by physicians and registered nurses specially trained and certified in emergency medicine, including our Pediatric ER on the Clear Lake Campus.

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