General Pediatrics at UF offers a variety of services, from well-child visits and immunizations to acute care and chronic care. Whether your child needs a regular check-up or specialty services for ongoing problems, you can count on us to provide appropriate, high-quality care. Both of our locations are in central Gainesville along bus routes, convenient to other UF Health health services.
Primary Care Clinics
Our physicians and support staff are expertly trained to provide patients with a full spectrum of pediatric services. These services include well and sick visits, immunizations, preventative care, school and sports physicals, routine screenings, care of chronic medical conditions and referrals to UF pediatric specialists. UF Pediatrics delivers high quality, accessible, safe, reliable and efficient health care for your family with extended hours for your convenience. Our courteous and friendly staff look forward to serving you in one of our four convenient locations.
Located at CMS and Tower Square
Developmental Pediatrics’ primary purpose is to help families better understand the developmental needs of their children and enable them to most effectively stimulate, encourage, and provide for their child’s physical, intellectual and emotional growth.
The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) provides support and assistance with the goal of optimizing the potential of people with autism and related disabilities.
Our teams serve children with a variety of disorders ranging from developmental delays that may be overcome with early care and treatment to lifelong conditions that maybe alleviated with ongoing support and appropriate care regimes
When a child or youth under 21 years of age has a serious or complex medical condition that may require long-term care services, the Children’s Multidisciplinary Assessment Team (CMAT) may review the case to determine eligibility for services to meet the child or youth’s medical needs.
The University of Florida Craniofacial Center’s interdisciplinary team approach consists of many specialists working together to provide the best possible integrated care.
North Central Early Steps is here to help you and your family with access to resources and support for raising children who are at risk or have delays in development.
UF Health’s Pediatric Care Coordination Program (PCCP) is a family-centered, community-based model for the care of children with special health care needs.
Your baby has a lot to gain from breastfeeding, and that starts with optimal nutrition. The rewards also include important antibodies that reduce your child’s rate or risk of infection and other diseases like sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS, diarrhea, respiratory tract infections, Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, and childhood leukemia, among others.
Child Protection Teams are independent, community-based programs that provide expertise in evaluating alleged maltreatments of child abuse and neglect, assessing risk factors, and providing recommendations for interventions to protect children and enhance families’ capacities to provide a safer environment when possible.
In an effort to reduce the health-harming legal needs of our patients, we have partnered with Southern Legal Counsel (SLC) to offer the Healthy Kids Medical Legal Partnership (MLP) in our Severe Asthma Center. An MLP is a partnership in which medical providers and lawyers work together to identify health harming legal needs that create hardships for children and families.