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Pediatrics

Our staff takes pride in our outstanding ability to service our patients in a compassionate and caring manner. All of our physicians are Board Certified and work together with the staff like a family, providing you and your children with warm and friendly professional care. We strive to always put our patients first and treat you the way we would like to be treated ourselves. Nothing is more important to us than the health and physical well-being of your child.

Shasta Community Health Center’s clinicians provide general pediatric care from birth through age 18. Services include newborn care, well-child care, preventive medicine (including all routine immunizations), school physical examinations, adolescent medicine and the management of acute and chronic illnesses. Knowing when to see your pediatrician is important to your child’s health.

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