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Is your child having any discomfort? Are you looking for an adequate pediatric walk-in clinic? Here some of the most frequently asked questions to our clinic:

  • What is the difference between urgent care and walk-in clinic?

When visiting a walk-in pediatric clinic, you will have to remain attentive to the services offered. Like our Saban Community clinic, pediatric walk-in clinics are well prepared to address all sorts of concerns and acute issues. For example, you may find ear infections, rashes, sore throats, eye problems, warts, bug bites, bumps, scrapes, etc. Nevertheless, walk-in clinics are not intended to be prepared to take care of chronic and wellness issues such as medication checks, well checks, sports physicals, or immunizations.

  • When should kids go to urgent care?

We know, watching your kid having a bad time is genuinely not the best situation. So, what to do? For most instances, when you find your child sick, the first thing to do is turn to your pediatrician, even before you start considering if you should take him to urgent care. 

Although we may want to fix the situation at the first sign our children show of getting sick, doctors recommend calling your trusted pediatrician and waiting before taking them to a clinic. Sometimes, they need to wait to see how the first signs develop.

And most important, always follow your pediatrician’s guidance. Your pediatrician knows your child and has its medical record. They are the best to be trusted on knowing what is best for your child. If your pediatrician advises you to go to urgent care, that is because your kid needs it. 

With that said, some cases do indeed require a more immediate response. When you notice an illness that comes on quickly and your child show signs of extreme distress, you should consider other options. And one of them is urgent care. 

It would be best to go to urgent care when you notice a critical issue that needs to be attended to. But the key between it and ER is whether it is life-threatening or not. Urgent care is not recommended for life-threatening cases.

  • What services does your clinic offer?

Our pediatric walk-in clinic services include top-quality care for your newborns, toddlers, adolescents, and teens. We offer:

  • Well Child Exams
  • Sick Child Visits
  • School and Sports Physicals
  • Immunizations
  • Counseling
  • Health and Nutrition Classes
  • X-Rays
  • Exams
  • Fillings
  • Extractions
  • Dental Care Education for Children, parents, and caregivers
  • Root Canals
  • Cleanings
  • Pharmacy
  • Nutrition services
  • Ob/Gyn
  • Welcome Home Baby plans

As you can see, our services include primary pediatric healthcare, dental, pharmacy, nutrition, Ob/GYN, and welcome home baby care plans.

  • How do I find a pediatrician near me?

We have the best five pediatric walk-in clinics in town. We are located in four distinct neighborhoods of Los Angeles:

  • Beverly Blvd.
  • Melrose Ave.
  • Hollywood Blvd
  • Rampart Village

So, you can find us right near you! You will be more than welcome!

When most needed and right on the corner, our pediatric walk-in clinic will be there for you! Contact us to learn more about our clinic or services https://www.sabancommunityclinic.org/locations/melrose-health-center/

Pediatric Walk in Clinic

Saban Community Clinic

323-653-1900

8405 Beverly Blvd.

Los Angeles
CA
90048
US



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