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Well-Child Visit

We know that routine healthcare isn’t always convenient.

Eagles Landing Family Practice and Pediatrics both offer well-child visits as an important preventative care to reduce future illnesses and found to improve health quality – keeping track of your child’s physical, emotional, and social development. Recommended for infants, to kids starting at age 4+ at Eagles Landing Family Practice and for infants to age 18 at Eagles Landing Pediatrics.

Why get a well-child visit at ELH?

Prevention is Key

It’s important your child gets routine scheduled immunizations to prevent future illness. 

We Care About Their Growth & Development

This gives parents a chance to see how much your child has grown since previous visits, and ask questions regarding the development of your child.

We’re Here for Your Concerns

It’s normal to have questions or concerns regarding your child’s health, and we’re here to help! This is the time to discuss your child’s milestones, sleep and eating routine, social behaviors, and more! Bring your questions with you, and we’ll talk through them during your visit.

We’re Partners in Health

We’re here to serve the needs of your child, and our team is here to make you feel comfortable, and to create an honest, trustworthy relationship throughout your child’s journey to good health. Together, we can be a team your child’s health deserves.

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      At the first meeting of my well child visit, I felt so comfortable with Dr. Hernandez! She was attentive, observant, quick, and considerate. I look forward to having my children build a relationship with her as their PCP.

      – Cree S.  | ELH Patient

      FAQs

      What is the recommended schedule of well child visits by age?
      What should I expect during a well-child visit?

      During this visit, the health care professional will check the child’s growth and development. This may include birth history, necessary screenings, sleep and diet, social behaviors, and more. The provider will also record appropriate information such as the child’s weight and height. This visit will also allow opportunities for parents to ask questions for age-appropriate guidance.

      Does insurance cover well child visits?

      Most commercial health insurance plans cover well child visits, however, we always recommend contacting your insurance provider to confirm before scheduling an appointment. 

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