Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine

Health Information

Your Child's Immunizations


Choosing a Primary Care Physician

Learn about the role of primary care physicians in your health care.

Choosing a Primary Care Physician


Parenting Resources

Parenting in the Early Years

Growing Up Healthy

Suicide Prevention

UW Health's roster of pediatric and adolescent medicine specialists in Madison, Wisconsin provide a broad range of services to children ranging in age from birth to 18 years of age.

We provide a comprehensive approach to child care from birth to adolescence and offer the entire spectrum of pediatric and adolescent primary health care.

Our physicians see patients for:

  • Routine health supervision, evaluation and follow-up of chronic problems
  • Physical exams and diagnostic tests
  • Activity/sports screenings (learn more about the Activity Screening Pre-Visit History Form)
  • Counseling and treatment for drug abuse and sexual concerns
  • Evaluation and management of pediatric growth and health maintenance

After-Hours Clinic

An after-hours clinic is available for children who routinely see a UW Health pediatrician. This clinic offers treatment for non-routine pediatric conditions that arise outside of the normal clinic hours. For more information, call (608) 263-6421. UW Health Holiday Hours

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