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COVID-19 vaccine

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Mental & physical health

Get pediatric health care

The Department of Public Health offers pediatric care for infants, children, and teens at eight City health centers. Our teams provide the medical care and social services your children need to stay healthy.

Services include:

We provide translation and interpretation services for health center patients and their families.


Pediatric care is available to infants, children, and adolescents ages 0-18.

Where and when

Walk-ins are accepted, but appointments are encouraged. Call to make an appointment.


Learn more about the pediatric care providers at each health center and their specialties.


City health centers accept Medicare, Medicaid, HMO plans, and most other insurance. If you are uninsured, the centers will charge a small fee based on family size and income.

Our benefits counselors can also help you apply for affordable health insurance.