Choosing a doctor to care for your baby or child and guide you through their growth and development is a very personal decision. An ARC Pediatric Meet & Greet is a free service to help expectant parents choose an ARC pediatrician for your baby. In this meeting, you will learn about ARC Pediatrics and meet ARC pediatricians.
ARC Pediatric Meet & Greet options
ARC pediatricians are available for personal in-clinic or virtual group ARC Pediatric Meet & Greet visits. We review our office operations and what we do at ARC to make health care easy, like 24/7 phone nurses, 24/7 online scheduling, and evening and weekend availability for sick visits and well-child checks.
Choose a one-on-one in-clinic visit, a televisit, or join a group video conference on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 5:30 pm. Easily schedule a Pediatric Meet & Greet online or by calling 512-272-4636.
Topics often discussed:
- Plans for breast milk or formula feeding
- Check-ups and immunizations
- Newborn screening tests
- Access to our doctors and nurses after hours
- MyChart access to your baby's health record
- Safety guidance
ARC Pediatric Meet & Greet is a free service provided by ARC for expecting parents. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Book an ARC Pediatric Meet & Greet with our pediatricians
Choose a group or individual visit for the arrival of your new baby
- Group Virtual ARC Pediatric Meet & Greet: The 3rd Thursday of each month at 5:30pm
- Individual Visit: One-on-one visit with a pediatrician in-person or by televisit
We'll help you book the ARC Pediatric Meet & Greet that works best for you. Just answer a few questions below to get started.
Would you like to schedule a Virtual Pediatric Meet & Greet?
You can book a one-on-one visit with an ARC Pediatrician, and there is no charge for this visit. We have many ARC locations - is there an area of town you are interested in?
Locations where ARC pediatricians provide the newborn examination
ARC pediatricians provide newborn examinations at these area hospitals:
Families that deliver their baby at area hospitals other than those listed above will have a non-ARC provider see their baby while in the hospital. Families that deliver their baby at a birthing center or at home should talk with their chosen pediatrician about when they should be seen for their baby’s first visit.
If you choose to breastfeed, your ARC pediatrician and care team can provide advice and recommendations. We also partner with The Breastfeeding Success Company (BFS) to support you with specialized educational materials, classes, and visits with a lactation consultant if necessary. BFS is a local group of board-certified lactation consultants, NICU-registered dietitians, and childbirth educators. Your ARC pediatrician can refer you to lactation services if needed.