Services for Children and Adolescents at the Department of Family Medicine

UPMC's family medicine doctors and staff provide full primary care for children and adolescents in our family health centers throughout Allegheny County.

Family medicine doctors can help your child make a smooth transition to adult medical care because they know their medical and family history.

Providing Routine Screenings and Physicals for Children and Adolescents

Most routine health care for children focuses on monitoring their growth and development. This includes educating them and their parents about their health as they grow.

As part of your child's routine checkups at the Department of Family Medicine, we provide:

Caring for Your Child's Urgent Health Needs

Our family medicine doctors can also help with those illnesses and injuries that occur during childhood.

Our offices have evening hours. And flexible schedules allow us to fit urgent patients in when necessary.

Make Your Child's Appointment Today

If you're looking for a primary care doctor for your child, contact one of our family medicine clinics to make an appointment. We care for children of all ages, from newborns to teenagers.

Contact a Family Medicine Health Center

UPMC's Department of Family Medicine has several locations throughout the city of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.

Find a family medicine health center close to you and call us to make an appointment or find out how we can help you with your primary care needs.


Adolescent Health Resource

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