The Children's Hospital of San Antonio Primary Care

The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Primary Care provides coordinated, comprehensive care for general pediatric patients. Our providers see children from birth to 18 years.

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Our Providers

Our clinics are staffed by board-certified pediatricians.  Our providers treat the whole child – mind, spirit, and body. 

Initial Visit

For your child’s first visit, please bring a copy of the immunization record, insurance card, and a list of all medications. We accept most insurances, but encourage parents to contact their insurance company prior to the visit to verify coverage. If you are moving from another pediatric practice, our clinic staff will request medical records on your behalf from your previous provider. Our providers will have a parent sign the request form on the first visit.

Well Visits

For well child care, such as immunizations and check-ups, please make an appointment as early as possible. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your appointment so that any required paperwork can be handled before your scheduled time.

Sick-Visits

Please contact our office for an appointment as soon as you think your child might need to be seen. If you need help determining if your child should be checked out, please call early in the day so that we can guide you through the decision making process. Same-day appointments are available for sick visits, sports physicals, and well-child checkups.

Asthma Care

The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Primary Care provides a variety of services for allergy and asthma patients. We provide evaluation, treatment, and management for asthma and related lung disorders. Our physicians help parents manage their child’s asthma with the Asthma Action Plan and other resources.

Other Services Available

  • Free prenatal consultations
  • Care of chronic illnesses, asthma, ADHD, etc.
  • Treatment of minor injuries
  • Ear piercing (offered only at Alamo Ranch)
  • Vaccinations and immunizations
  • School and sports physicals
  • Hearing and vision screenings
  • Acute care of illnesses