Hours & Address
Well-Child Visits, Immunization Shots, & Comprehensive Children's Health Care
Our experienced and knowledgeable pediatric providers at University of Utah Health's Stansbury Health Center offer convenient and accessible pediatric care for children from birth until age 18. Our physicians develop one-on-one relationships with parents and families so you can feel comfortable with your child’s doctor.
We have a team of providers that can care for your child: family providers and pediatricians.
Scheduling routine checkups is an important part of keeping children healthy. By maintaining a regular checkup schedule, we can help prevent illness, detect hidden problems, and monitor your child's growth and development throughout childhood and the teen years.
Pediatric Services & Treatments
We offer the following services for your child:
- routine wellness exams,
- immunization shots and boosters,
- treatments for injuries, and
- personalized counseling.
Offering Specialty Care
If we find your child needs a specialist for their health needs, our team can refer your child to a full array of sub-specialists, including the following:
- Pediatric allergy, immunology & rheumatology
- Pediatric behavioral health
- Pediatric cardiology
- Diabetes & pediatric endocrinology
- Pediatric gastroenterology
- Pediatric genetics
- Pediatric nephrology
- Pediatric ENT
- Pediatric pulmonary care
- Pediatric surgery
- Pediatric urology
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What to Expect at Your Appointment
Well-child checkups are something you should schedule for your child at least once a year. Well-child checks ensure your child is meeting important developmental milestones and that their health is on track. When you bring your child to an appointment, you can expect us to do these things:
- Give your child a physical exam and regular screenings.
- If needed, give your child vaccinations (immunizations and booster shots).
- Make sure they meet milestones in growth, behavior, and skills.
- Diagnose and treat your child's illnesses, infections, injuries, and other health problems.
- Conduct health screenings for preventative medicine.
- Give you information about your child's health, safety, nutrition, and fitness needs.
- Answer your questions about their growth and development.
- Refer you to specialists if we think your child needs specialized care.