We know you are the ultimate protector of your children’s health. That’s why we partner with you to help you keep them healthy every step of the way. We provide general pediatric care for all kids—from babies to teens—through the CHOC Children’s Primary Care Network. Our network of pediatricians includes 16 offices throughout Orange County and beyond that offer well-checks, immunizations, sick visits, sports physicals and more.
Children and teens are different than adults and so are their health care needs. When a child needs medical care, choosing a pediatrician who is specially trained to recognize, diagnose and treat kids of all ages is important.
In this complimentary guide, you will find information on:
How to choose a pediatrician for your child
When to see your pediatrician if your child is sick
What to bring to the pediatrician’s office
Kids and throwing up: Should you worry?
How you and your pediatrician can make shots less stressful for your child
Antibiotics: What to discuss with your pediatrician
Essential items to have in your family medicine cabinet
6 things your pediatrician wants you to remember
Visit a CHOC Pediatrician at One of Our Many Primary Care Locations
CHOC has partnered with community pediatric practices throughout the region. This means that you get the same high-quality care you expect from CHOC for all your child’s general pediatric needs at a convenient location near you. Key features of the CHOC Primary Care Network include:
Enhanced medical record system
All providers in the CHOC health system have access to one patient record
The single-care record helps eliminate duplicate tests or communication issues among providers
All CHOC providers use the same evidence-based guidelines for common conditions such as asthma, bronchiolitis, pneumonia, headaches, gastroenteritis and acne
These evidence-based guidelines are integrated right into the medical record, giving pediatricians direct access to CHOC treatment plans based on your child’s age
Pediatricians can also show these guidelines to parents, as well as track care and medications, so everyone involved in your child’s treatment knows which actions have been taken.