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Sick Visits
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Pediatric Sick Visits for Smyrna, TN Residents & Surrounding Areas

Big Solutions for Little Patients

If your child isn’t feeling their best, we understand it can cause anxiety, worry, and feelings of fear. The team at Smyrna Pediatrics works tirelessly to diagnose and treat your child’s acute illness. Whether your little one has a pesky cough, sore throat, persistent runny nose, or another symptom, we’re here for you and your child. Visit Smyrna’s premier pediatric practice at (615) 625-7780 or book an appointment online.

Reliable Same-Day & Next-Day Sick Appointments Available

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Some illnesses go away on their own with extra fluids and sleep, but that isn’t always the case. If you notice unusual symptoms in your child that last longer than three days, don’t hesitate to come to see the team at Smyrna Pediatrics. We never turn you and your child away and can provide peace of mind when you need it most. 

Our detail-oriented physicians can evaluate, diagnose, and treat your child so they can get back to feeling their best. We recommend calling 911 or visiting your nearest emergency room if your child has trouble breathing, severe chest pain, or other life-threatening symptoms. If your child is experiencing acute symptoms that aren’t life-threatening, we’re the ones to call in Smyrna, TN.

Schedule a Sick Visit If Your Child Experiences:

  • High fever
  • Widespread rash
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Stomach ache
  • Ear ache
  • Unusual symptoms lasting more than three days


Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a sick visit last?
A sick visit usually takes between 20 and 30 minutes. During a sick visit, our providers complete a physical exam. We will also ask questions about your child’s symptoms and review their medical history before providing a diagnosis.
What treatments are recommended after a sick visit?
After pinpointing the source of your child’s problem, a prescription may be provided for the medication if needed. If this is the case, we provide thorough instructions on when to administer the medication and any potential side effects. Depending on your child’s discomfort, we might also recommend further testing.
How do you know if you should take your child to the doctor?
If you notice any of the symptoms above, don’t hesitate to seek care from your trusted pediatrician. When in doubt, call Smyrna Pediatrics to discuss your child’s symptoms for support and advice about how to care for them best.
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