Providing health care to children is much different than providing care to adults. It’s vital that the physician maintain a relationship with not just the patient, but the patient’s parents as well. At East Lake Pediatrics, our physicians take great pride in establishing a relationship with each patient and their parents based on trust and communication.

State-of-the-Art Services Tailored to Your Child's Specific Needs

Quality pediatrics services from a young age can pave the way for a lifetime of great health and happiness. Our pediatricians are seasoned in guiding both the patients and their parents through this transitional time. From health care services to answering your questions and providing helpful resources, we’re here for you every step of the way. Let’s work together to develop your child into a health-conscious, happy, and successful adult.

Why Pediatric Care?

Pediatrics involves the medical treatment of children and young adults (usually from birth to the age of 18). These years have an enormous impact on a patient’s future health. Not only is your child’s body going through major changes and maturations, but this is the time in which, together, we can instill good habits and health-conscious ideals in your child. Our experts will monitor this time in your child’s life to ensure that they’re progressing both mentally and physically.

Your Child’s Well Visit

Well visits are an important part of your child’s health care. Well visits help us monitor your child on a regular basis in order to prevent illnesses and diagnose any issues that may already exist. The results of a wellness check allow us to administer preventative medicine and stifle any existing illnesses before they get out of hand.

East Lake Pediatrics Services

Our office offers state-of-the-art pediatric services to children in Palm Harbor and Trinity, FL. The physicians on staff at East Lake Pediatrics have the education, training, and experience you can rely one. Pediatric services we provide include:

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