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Our kids clinic know how difficult a sick child gets

Caring for a sick child can be overwhelming, exhausting, and frustrating. As parents, it’s natural to feel anxious and helpless when our children are ill. At our child clinic we understand these emotions and we’re here to offer support and expert care for your child.

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It’s a tough time for parents when their child fall sick, sometimes it is hard to know what to do. You have to worry about their eating, sleeping, temperature amongst many other things. If you are looking for a way to ease the anxiety and stress of caring for a sick child, your friendly child clinic is here to help.

Our clinic is a great option for access to one doctor who sees the whole family – including pediatrics! We want to help them get back on track as soon as possible and we want to ease your anxiety and burden as a parent caring for their condition.


When should I bring my child to the doctor for a fever?

If the fever is 38.5 degrees especially for children under 6 years old as there is a risk for febrile seizures. If the fever is above 37.5 degrees for three days or more it will also be a good time to visit a doctor. Watch out for accompanied poor oral intake and lethargy too as these are warning signs of possible serious infections.

Should I see a doctor if my child falls and hits their head? What symptoms should I look for?

Yes, please see a doctor for assessment of potential injuries and internal head bleeding, especially if the fall is unwitnessed. If the child is vomiting, lethargic, or complains of persistent or worsening pain, please seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Should I see a doctor for swelling from insect bites or other causes?

Yes, early treatment with topical antiseptic or antibiotics can be effective. A doctor can also check for a stinger (from bee stings). If not treated early, the swelling can lead to cellulitis or abscess formation, which may require oral antibiotics or surgical drainage.

Should I see a doctor if my child has a rash without a fever?

If you are unsure, it is best to see a doctor. The doctor can determine if the rash is likely to be infectious or not, and provide advice on isolation or contact precautions. In some cases, conditions such as chickenpox infection or Kawasaki disease can be missed without a thorough evaluation.

Should I see a doctor if my child is crying uncontrollably for many hours and cannot be comforted?

Yes, it is a good idea to see a doctor, especially in young children who may not be able to communicate their symptoms effectively. Early diagnosis and monitoring can help identify more serious conditions, such as appendicitis or urinary tract infections.

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