Every detail. Every decision. Every aspect of the care we provide for every child. From the child who comes to us needing a vision exam to the child who has a concerning cough. Everything matters to us. Because when it’s your child, everything matters to you. It’s the pediatric expertise every child needs.
Nationwide Children's Hospital offers community-based physician services for children (ages birth to 21) to help you keep your child healthy with regular physical exams, vision, hearing and general development checks, and immunizations against childhood diseases. The best health care for children begins with a qualified pediatrician. And when your child is sick, it's comforting to get help from a pediatrician you already know and trust.
Hours, information and maps for each Primary Care Center:
To schedule an appointment, call (614) 722-6200
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Primary Care Network has received NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition for using evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long-term, participative relationships the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) announced. Nationwide Children’s achieved Level 3 standards, the highest level of achievement issued by the NCQA.
Nationwide Children’s is one of the largest hospital-owned primary care networks in any children’s hospital. Nationwide Children’s is focused on quality patient care and are following best practice standards within a national model of care.
The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile is a state-of-the-art pediatric clinic on wheels. Designed from the ground up to meet the specific well-care and treatment needs of children, it is staffed by pediatric doctors and nurses from Nationwide Children’s Hospital and is a partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio.
Providing services at little or no cost to the patient, the Care Mobile virtually eliminates financial and geographic barriers to health care access. All insurances including Medicaid are accepted. It also reduces the strain placed on local ERs by families using them for non-emergency care.
Interested in the Reach Out and Read® Volunteer Program?
Call a Nurse for Current Patients Only
24 hours a day
7 days a week
(614) 722-5751 - Patients Only
ONLY offered for Primary Care Center patients, this service offers patient families quick and easy access to a highly-trained pediatric Registered Nurse (RN) who can provide expert advice and get the child the care he or she needs.
CAP4Kids: The Children's Advocacy Project of Columbus
CAP4Kids is a free online resource connecting youth and families with resources in the community. The website is updated regularly to provide you with the most accurate information about community agencies.