Urgent Care Services

Your Kid’s Urgent Care (formerly known as Evening Pediatrics Urgent Care) offers superior and convenient care to all children who enter our offices. We pride ourselves on our friendly, knowledgeable staff. With a complete team of Board Certified Pediatricians, Nurse Practitioners, and Medical Assistance’s we ensure every patient and family will receive individual and precise attention. read more >

Locations & Hours

Your Kid’s Urgent Care is open 7 days a week. Our offices are open weeknights from 6 pm to 11 pm, and on weekends from 11 am to 11 pm. We also are open most major holidays. All holiday hours are posted on  our site and our Facebook account one week prior to the holiday. read more >



Your Kid’s Urgent Care accepts most insurance and Medicaid. If Your Kid’s Urgent Care does not accept your insurance, please contact us directly for our private pay fee schedule.

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There are many reasons to visit
Your Kid’s Urgent Care

  • Better alternative than the Emergency Room
  • No appointments necessary
  • We offer care from infancy to 21 years old
  • Most Insurance and Medicaid Accepted
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