The Added Comfort of Seeing Your Pediatrician After Hours

It’s stressful enough when your child needs medical attention after hours. You don’t need the added stress of trying to find the closest after-hours clinic or wondering who will be examining your child. Pediatric Partners of Augusta knows the importance of being able to see your pediatrician after hours, not someone who has never met your family.

The after-hours clinic from Pediatric Partners is always staffed by one of our board-certified pediatricians. Even if your particular pediatrician isn’t on duty at the clinic, you can rest assured knowing that you will be seeing a pediatrician who provides the same level of care to which you are accustomed.

If you have brought your child to his/her pediatrician after hours, something is wrong, and you want answers sooner than later. Perhaps one of the biggest advantages of sticking with your established pediatric practice is that we already have your child’s records and medical history. Your doctor can diagnose and plan treatment faster than would a doctor who has to ask dozens of questions and establish a new patient record and history.

There’s no doubt that comfort is a big advantage in a stressful situation. If you are a patient of Pediatric Partners and need care after hours, we urge you to choose the comfort of the doctors you know at the practice you love.

Our after-hours clinic at our Evans location, 411 Town Park Blvd., is open to established patients from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Monday-Friday and 1-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

For more information about our after-hours pediatric clinic, call us at 706-854-2500.

Pediatric Partners has three locations to better serve our patients. The Evans office is at 411 Town Park Blvd.; the downtown Augusta office is at 1303 D’Antignac St., Suite 2600; and the new Grovetown office is at 5135 Wrightsboro Road. For more information about Pediatric Partners, call the office at 706-854-2500, visit, or follow the Pediatric Partners of Augusta Facebook page.

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