Pediatric Center in Central Florida
Welcome to Central Florida Pediatric Associates!
We are a collective of the most well-established Federally certified pediatric Rural Health Clinics in the region. Our team of board-certified pediatricians and advance practice providers understand the complex decisions parents face and are dedicated to promoting wellness as well as providing the best care during times of acute illness, management of chronic conditions, and continuity of care across the normal stages of growth and development.
Our practice is independent and provider-owned, which allows us to focus on kids, not profits. Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) play an important role to ensure that the highest quality of care is available and accessible to rural communities. Our pediatricians and advance practice providers work together across our pediatric centers across central Florida to offer convenient same-day appointment availability, telehealth appointments, and proactive outreach to remind parents of important routine “well child” appointments for your child’s vaccines and annual physicals.
Central Florida Pediatric Associates is closely aligned with the evidence-based recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics. As such, we are strong supporters of childhood vaccinations and encourage our families to follow the recommended vaccine schedule. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff are happy to discuss the importance of preventive healthcare and fully address all of your questions.
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