At Community Access Network, we provide complete primary care services for children and adolescents (children under the age of 18). In addition to routine pediatric health care, we focus on monitoring children’s growth and development, which includes educating parents about their health as they grow.
Regular check-ups, immunizations, and screenings help ensure that children are growing properly and reaching important developmental milestones. Our pediatric clinicians provide preventive care and health education to make our community’s children healthier and happier.
Pediatric health services at Community Access Network include:
- General pediatrics
- Vision and hearing screenings
- Newborn visits
- Well-child checks
- Sports physicals
- ADHD evaluations
- Disease detection and management
- Specialist referrals
- Walk-in acute care
Our 5th Street location has evening hours, with appointments available as late as 8:00 p.m., so parents can have peace of mind knowing that a caring, quality resource is available for their children’s health needs.
If you or your child are experiencing a medical issue after hours, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Our healthcare services are provided regardless of your ability to pay. If you are concerned about the cost of medical care, see our Reduced Fee Program to learn about how families in need can receive assistance.
We can also connect you and your children with other benefit programs and local support services. Call us at (434) 200-3366 and our office staff will refer you to Medicaid, childcare, housing, and financial assistance programs in our community.
If you’re looking for a primary care provider for your child, get in touch with us today by giving us a call. Same-day and walk-in appointments are often available.
Before your first visit, please check the list below for what information and documents you’ll be asked to provide.
- Vaccination Records. You can get these from your child’s school (if applicable) or by signing releases at the places your child has previously received care.
- Medical History. We will need a list of the offices and physicians where your child has received care and contact information so we can request records as needed.
- Medications. Please bring all medications your child is taking and the bottles they are contained in, including any over-the-counter vitamins or medicines from health food stores or other sources.
We can’t wait to meet you and your little one! Thank you for trusting us with your pediatric healthcare.
Click here for vaccination guidelines if your child under the age of 11.
Click here for vaccination guidelines for children ages 11-18.
Click here for helpful info on a multitude of topics for parents, provided by the American Association of Pediatrics.
Click here to learn more about tracking your child’s important developmental milestones.