New Office Hours
(By Appointment Only):
Mon - Fri, 8:30am to 5:00pm
Saturday, 9am to 1pm
If a patient has had contact with a positive COVID-19, or suspects they have COVID-19, parent must call their county health department. Please also call our office to keep us in the loop. County health department numbers are given below.
Texas Dept. of State Health Services
After Hours: 800-270-3128
Brazoria County Health Dept.
After Hours: 800-511-1632
Harris County Public Health
After Hours: 713-755-5050
COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENTS
Chambers County Health Dept.
After Hours: 409-267-9862
If you are concerned about your child’s symptoms or exposure to COVID-19, please call us.
DO NOT COME TO CLINIC WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT
Houston Health Department
T: 832-393-5080 (24hr)
Montgomery County Public Health
After Hours: 888-825-9754
Galveston County Health District
After Hours: 888-241-0442
OFFICE SAFETY PROTOCOLS [UPDATED: May 12, 2020]
As far as our clinic is concerned, we are taking some extra precautions that we would like to share with you. For some of these precautions to really work, we will need your cooperation when you come to visit.
If we work together and follow these guidelines we can keep our community and families safe to weather this storm, as we have so many times before. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Fort Bend County Health
T: 281-342-6414, 281-344-6118
After Hours: 832-407-7385
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[Update: May 12, 2020] We are now seeing all well visits ages. Sick visits will still remain as virtual visits or curbside visits.
[Update: April 17, 2020] Please see important updates below to our safety plan. For the past several weeks we have been conducting all initial sick visits as virtual visits. If your provider decides that you need to be seen in person, then we will conduct the visit curbside, at your vehicle.
[March 13, 2020] We are sure many of you are concerned about the new coronavirus discovered in China in December of 2019. Since this new strain of the coronavirus was discovered in 2019 it has been given the short-hand name COVID-19. Recently COVID-19 has reached our shores and cases have been reported in Houston. And while it is prudent that we all take measures to keep our families safe, it is important that we don’t panic. Please take common sense precautions as recommended by the CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics, such as washing your hands, not touching your face, and avoiding crowded areas.