24 Hour Advice Nurse

Experienced and caring pediatric advice nurses are available 24 hours/day 7 days/week to answer questions and assist families.  Our goal is to help with your child’s individual needs with the most up to date information. Our advice nurses are skilled in pediatric care and receive ongoing training to ensure the most up to date advice protocols are followed.

After Hours Care

Our Pediatricians are committed to provide weeknight and weekend care to all of our patients in a timely manner.  In an effort to accommodate our patients after hours, appointments can be scheduled at The Children’s Clinic After Hours Care by calling either of our two sites. Our electronic medical records system allows your provider access to the most up to date health history of your child regardless of the location of your visit. 

***Urgent Care Clinic is by appointment only.***

Evening Hours are Monday - Friday 5:30 PM to Closing (site varies)

Weekend Hours

Peterkort office - Saturday. Phones open at 8:30 AM. Appointments 9:30AM - Noon.

Tualatin office - Sunday. Phones open at 8:30 AM. Appointments 9:30AM - Noon.     

Childrens Doctor Consultation Services

Extended consultation visits are available for chronic and/or complex conditions.These issues can be medical, social, and emotional or academic and may have affected your child’s well-being over a long period of time. Some examples would be allergies, school problems, developmental delays, ADHD, behavioural or other issues that have had a long term affect. Reports from prior health care providers or the school are often very helpful in advance of the visit. When you call to make these appointments, please share with our confidential receptionists the nature of the problem. This way the appropriate amount of time can be allotted to your child’s consultation.

Services Illness/Injury

We understand symptoms sometimes develop quickly, and we try to accommodate emergencies. At The Children’s Clinic we are available to you when you need us most. Sick children can always be seen by a doctor on the same day. In addition to our weekday hours, we offer weekend and evening appointments. We always try to meet your preference for office location, appointment time, and pediatrician when possible. We ask that you call us to schedule an appointment, as this helps to avoid unnecessary wait time. Both offices have a separate entrance for children with potentially contagious illnesses or rashes to help protect our other patients.

In House Lab and X-ray

Routine lab and special lab draws are available at both the Peterkort, Tualatin and Newberg sites. On site X-ray is available at the Peterkort clinic. These services allow our Physicians to provide the highest quality care for our patients while avoiding multiple trips to additional locations. Our x-ray and lab staffs are trained in pediatric care specifically infant and young child blood draws.

Pre Parent Visits

A pre-parent consult with one of our pediatricians can be helpful for first-time parents. This visit gives expectant parents a chance to meet us and tour our facilities.  Please call our offices to speak with a new patient coordinator to schedule time to meet with one of our physicians. A pediatrician from The Children’s Clinic will visit you and your newborn in the hospital prior to discharge.  Your first visit in the clinic should be 1-3 days after coming home.

Well Child Exam

Childhood is a time of rapid growth and change. Pediatric well-child visits are an important part of your child’s health from infancy through the adolescents.

Each visit includes a complete physical examination along with recommended vaccinations. This well child exam will assess your child’s growth and development while identifying underlying conditions that exist. Height, weight, and other important information are recorded in our electronic medical record. Hearing, vision, and other assessments are a part of the well child visit. Such preventive care and immunizations are an important part for raising healthy children.

Well-child visits are also key times for communication with your pediatrician. The following are common topics that are often discussed, normal childhood development, nutrition, sleep, safety, parenting, and education. Make the most of these visits by writing down your most important questions and concerns to bring with you to your child’s exam.

Please visit our well child timeline page for further information on what to expect during your child’s growth.