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Pediatric & Limited Adult COVID-19 Testing Available! When coming to the clinic, a face mask must be worn at all times.


863 W Oglethorpe Hwy Ste 220 · Hinesville, GA 31313

Factoring in Flu Season for COVID-19

With fall--and flu season--fast approaching, COVID-19 is still circulating the country, and experts fear the combination may overwhelm already strained healthcare systems. Influenza accounts for hundreds of thousands of hospitalizations each year. Children younger...

First Aid for Insect Bites and Stings

As COVID-19 concerns and closures continue, many families are looking to nature for entertainment this summer. Socially-distanced outdoor activities, such as hiking, kayaking, and camping, are an excellent way to stay safe and still make the most of the season. But...

What to do if your child has sustained a concussion

A concussion can happen at any age, and as a parent, it’s important for you to know the signs and symptoms. A child might suffer a concussion during a simple fall, a sports activity, or a car accident. Any direct blow to the head, face, or neck or elsewhere on the...

Summer During The Pandemic: Q & A

While we hoped warmer weather would put an end to coronavirus concerns, the risk of respiratory disease continues into the summer season. Studies show that temperatures have very little impact on COVID-19 transmission. This means we all need to continue practicing...

Does my child have an ear infection?

Your toddler is tugging at their ear and acting extra fussy. Could it be an ear infection? Ear infections are one of the most common reasons parents bring their child to the doctor. In fact, five out of six kids will experience at least one ear infection by their...

Safe Outdoor Playtime During Coronavirus

With schools closed and the COVID-19 pandemic keeping us all at home, outdoor playtime for the kids has never felt more necessary. Spending time outdoors provides plenty of health benefits for children, including sun exposure for Vitamin D production, unstructured...

Sore vs Strep Throat

Your little one is clutching at their throat and having trouble swallowing. Is this a mild sore throat that will go away on its own, or a strep infection that needs antibiotics? Learn about red flag symptoms and when it’s time to take your child to the doctor....

Where To Take Your Sick Child For Care

Your toddler is running a fever and acting extra fussy… Do you rush to the emergency room, or simply set an appointment with the pediatrician for next week? How about a trip to the local urgent care center? Determining what level of care your little one needs is often...

Shop For Safer Toys This Holiday Season

With the holiday season just around the corner, stores will soon be stocking their shelves with eye-catching toys and rolling out deals to draw families from one store to another. Among all the hustle and bustle of pre-holiday rush, many parents will not have the time...

How to Manage Your Child’s Case of Pink Eye

As kids head back to school and communal settings, they face an increased risk of catching a contagious illness. Pink eye, in particular, spreads rapidly through classrooms and playgrounds. Learn what to do if infectious pink eye makes an appearance in your household....


863 W Oglethorpe Hwy
Ste 220
Hinesville, GA 31313


Mon – Thu: 3pm – 9pm
Fri: 2pm – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 9am – 9pm