With offices in Richmond and Connersville, our board certified pediatricians are here to care for your child through every stage of growth.
Routine wellness visits
Our providers offer sport physicals to make sure young athletes are healthy and prepared for the upcoming sports season. We often do sports physicals in conjunction with an annual wellness visit.
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), on-time vaccination throughout childhood is essential to help provide immunity before children are exposed to potentially life-threatening diseases.
office has Certified Lactation Consultants available to help mothers
during their breastfeeding journey. If you experience breastfeeding
difficulties, your provider may recommend a consultation during your visit or schedule one for a later date.
Car seat safety
Our staff is readily available to offer assistance and education on car seat safety. We have a team member who through the Safe Kids program has National Child Passenger Safety Certification. Be sure to speak with a staff member should you have any questions.
Vision screening is part of your child's yearly well child check. Our
board certified pediatricians are trained to screen for visual impairments.
Appropriate referral to a pediatric ophthalmologist will be made if a visual
impairment is found. Please speak to your provider if you have any
Health has the only board certified pediatric audiologist in the Indiana. Your provider can do a basic audiometry screening during your well
child check and work with our Hearing Center for any additional necessary care.
Our pediatricians can help manage and treat a variety of behavioral health conditions. We also partner with Meridian Health should your provider deem a referral is necessary.
pediatricians provide a comprehensive and in depth assessment of ADHD using the
Vanderbilt rating scales that assesses for ADHD and many other diagnoses
that could also mimic ADHD. If your child meets the ADHD criteria based on the Vanderbilt assessment tool, your provider will do a physical exam
and have an in-depth discussion with you about symptoms. They will recommend consultations, parent and teen
coaching, and individual therapy programs based on their findings.
visits are necessary when the child is experiencing non-emergent symptoms. If your
child is sick, your provider may be able to see them for a same-day visit.
Pediatric Hospitalist Program
We have a full time Pediatric Hospitalist on staff. This means if you ever find your child needing to be cared for in the hospital, you have the peace of mind knowing they will have a pediatrician on their inpatient care team.
From infants to young adults, Reid's Pediatric Rehabilitation Services addresses every area of your child's development - physical, emotional, social and language. Through active play and one-to-one training, we help your child reach his or her potential as they storm a fort, climb a mountain, swing from the rafters, take a ride on a zip line, rock climb and jump in a ball pit. Each activity is fun and games for them, but our therapists are working hard to help each child grow stronger in their overall development.
Pediatric Sports Medicine
If your child or teen has an injury or illness affecting sports performance, exercise or activity, a sports medicine specialist has the expertise, experience, and qualifications to treat his or her youth specific problems.
Our Athletic Training Clinic and Medical Fitness program is here to meet the needs of growing children. In growing children, injuries and medical problems in the bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and joints (ie, musculoskeletal conditions) often are quite different from conditions more commonly seen in older patients. Special training and experience in pediatric sports medicine allows these specialists to appropriately treat the unique sports-related medical needs of children and teens.