Our Department of Pediatrics ensures that your child will receive high-quality pediatric outpatient and inpatient care, including well-children’s visit, pediatric diseases and pediatric emergencies. Children have different health care needs from adults and may be too young or shy to talk. Our international staff understands the physical, emotional, and social development of children. Children often present different symptoms from those that adults may present, and need different medications and treatments.

We advocate prevention over cure. From the birth of the baby, we keep tracking children’s health with the comprehensive care, that give the baby long-term professional company. At the same time, we also make sure parents have the correct parenting education that help them to guide their child’s behavioral development, allowing babies to grow healthily.

Well Visits

This check-up gives your child’s pediatrician the chance for:

  • Physical examination and developmental analysis
  • Neurodevelopmental assessment
  • Growth level assessment
  • Nutrition counseling and parenting guidance
  • Vaccination consultation
  • Screening for behavioral developmental disorders
  • Screening for atypical diseases
  • Screening for sexual dysplasia
  • Child safety guidance

Recommended Checkup Schedule


Outpatient Services for Sick Children

Please make a same-day sick appointment if your child has:

  • Vomiting and diarrhea that lasts for more than a few hours
  • Rash, especially if there is also a fever
  • Any cough or cold that does not get better in several days or a cold that gets worse and is accompanied by a fever
  • Cuts that might need stitches
  • Limping or is not able to move arm or leg
  • Ear pain with fever, is unable to sleep or eat, is vomiting, has diarrhea or is acting ill
  • Drainage from an ear
  • Sore throat or problems swallowing
  • Sharp or persistent pains in the abdomen or stomach
  • A temperature greater than 38 degrees or higher in a baby younger than 2 months of age
  • Fever and vomiting at the same time
  • Not eating for more than one day

Pediatric Emergencies

Please take your child to the Emergency Room IMMEDIATELY if they have

  • Bleeding that does not stop after applying pressure for 5 minutes
  • Suspected poisoning
  • Seizures (rhythmic jerking and loss of consciousness)
  • Increasing trouble with breathing
  • Skin or lips that look blue, purple, or gray
  • Neck stiffness or rash with high fever
  • Head injury with loss of consciousness, confusion, vomiting, or poor skin color
  • Blood in urine
  • Bloody diarrhea
  • Sudden lack of energy or is not able to move
  • Unconsciousness or lack of response
  • Acting strangely or becoming more withdrawn and less alert
  • Increasing or severe persistent pain
  • A cut or burn that is large, deep, or involves the head, chest, or abdomen
  • A burn that is large and involves the hands, groin, or face
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