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Austin Regional Clinic

Pediatrics

Well-Child Checkups

for Kids

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ARC offers pediatrician offices in Austin, Cedar Park, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Hutto, and Kyle. We believe it is important to keep you well so that you and your family have less medical emergencies. Talk to a pediatrician about preventive care for your family or meet the physician who will be caring for your child at one of our Meet & Greet events.

Well-Check Visits
The Academy of Pediatrics recommends a well check every year from ages 3 through 18 years. Prior to age 3, there is a specific well-check schedule recommended.

A visit with a health care provider before the baby is born is important for first-time parents, those with high-risk pregnancies, and any other parent who wishes to discuss common issues such as feeding, circumcision, and general questions.

After your baby is born, the doctor who sees your baby in the hospital will tell you when to schedule your next visit. In general, this is 2-3 days after bringing the baby home (for breast-fed babies) or when the baby is 2-4 days old (for all babies who are released from a hospital before they are 2 days old).

After that, visits should occur at the ages listed below. Each Well-Check handout below will guide you through the different stages of your child's development (in PDF form): [En Español]

Well-Check Schedule

Health Issues Treated

  • Child Development
  • Seasonal Allergies
  • Flu
  • Viral and Bacterial Illness
  • Minor Injuries

Services Offered

Pediatric Health Information

Krames StayWell Pediatric Health Library

This comprehensive Pediatric library covers the critical childhood health topics, from stages of growth and development to disease and injury prevention.

ARC Pediatric Well Check Newsletters

Pediatric Well-Check newsletters contain information to guide you through the different stages of your child's development.

CDC Vaccine Information Sheets

CDC Vaccine Information Statements (VIS) inform vaccine recipients - or their parents or legal representatives - about the benefits and risks of a vaccine they are receiving.

General Pediatric Health Resources

A collection of pediatric health resources for parents, including information about vaccines, asthma management, nutrition and more. Pediatric Health Resources.

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