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Pediatric Care Specialist

Forest Urgent Care

Urgent Care & Board Certified Emergency Physician & Medical Doctor located in Forest Hills, NY

Children are more prone to illness and injury due to their developing bodies and immune systems. That's why Forest Urgent Care Forest Hills, Queens provides pediatric urgent care so that you can get medical help for your child quickly in a safe, quiet environment with kid-friendly physicians and staff. Walk-ins are welcome. You can also call or schedule an appointment online.

Pediatric Care Q & A

What is considered an urgent pediatric medical matter?

As a parent, you may wonder if your child’s illness is urgent or something that can wait. If your child has a high fever, has been having diarrhea or vomiting for a few hours, or has a cold that’s lasted more than 10 days, it’s probably time to see the doctor.

The child-friendly team at Forest Urgent Care is open seven days a week and welcomes walk-in visits to help your child feel better quickly.

Some of the most common reasons parents bring their child to Forest Urgent Care include:

  • Asthma and allergies
  • Skin rash
  • Ear infections
  • Urinary tract infection (UTI)
  • Injury, such as a cut, sprain, or broken bone
  • Pink eye or sore throat

Forest Urgent Care can also remove warts.

What can I expect during an urgent care visit?

The team at Forest Urgent Care treats every patient like family and goes above and beyond when taking care of younger patients to help them feel comfortable. That's why the local parenting community highly recommends this urgent care center.

After you’ve completed the paperwork and your child’s vitals have been obtained, the board-certified emergency room physician talks to you and your child and completes an examination to generate a diagnosis and treatment plan.

What if my child needs a special test?

Forest Urgent Care is a full-service clinic that offers state-of-art medical services, including an on-site lab and digital X-rays. If your child needs bloodwork or an X-ray, you don’t need to go to another clinic or facility. 

What if my child needs a school physical?

Forest Urgent Care provides school physicals. The team understands that you have a hectic schedule and finding time to get your child to your family doctor for a routine school physical may be inconvenient. The child-friendly clinic is open seven days a week and offers evening hours during the week.

In addition to the school physical, the team also provides vaccinations.

Whether for urgent care needs or your child’s school physical, the expert team at Forest Urgent Care can help. Walk-ins are welcome, or you can schedule an appointment by phone or online.