We are located 1/2 miles east of I-95, directly across from Wachovia Bank and Winn Dixie Plaza. The office is in a two story white/gray building with red signage. The office is just east of KFC & Starbucks on Indiantown Road
6650 West Indiantown Rd. Suite #110 Jupiter, Florida 33478
Phone (561)575-9876 Fax (561) 575-2858
We are located in the Professional Building on Barfield Hwy.
170 Barfield Hwy Suite 108 Pahokee Florida 33476
Phone (561)924-5155 Fax (561)924-7723
Billing Adress for BOTH locations:
P.O. Box 4073 Tequesta, Florida 33469
Phone (561)575-9876 Fax (561)575-2858
JUPITER Monday 9:00am-5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am-5:00pm Wednesday 11:00am-7:00pm Thursday 9:00am-5:00pm Friday 8:00am-4:00pm Every other Saturday 9:00am-12:00pm (sick & urgent)
PAHOKEE WALK INS WELCOME UNTILL 4:00pm Monday 9:00am-5:00pm
We try our best to stay on schedule, however, emergencies sometimes arise. If we are seriously delayed, we will try to notify you beforehand.
Occasionally, we may call patients in the waiting room out of turn if they are urgent exams.
We ask your patience if you have to wait. We know your time is valuable and we hate to keep you waiting
Car Safety Seats
Use the Seat That's Right For Your Child and Use It Correctly
Car safety seats can only protect your child if they are used on every trip and used the way the manufacturer says.
The car safety seat must be belted to the car correctly, and the child must be harnessed into the seat correctly every time the child rides in the car. Children should face the rear of the vehicle until they are at least 1 year old and weigh at least 20 lbs. A convertible car safety seat may be used rear facing up to 20 lbs. and 1 year of age, then turned around for use up to 40 lbs. and may be used as long as the child fits well. A belt-positioning booster should be used when the child has outgrown the convertible seat but is too small to use the vehicle's safety belts. Vehicle safety belts should not be used alone until the shoulder belt can be positioned across the chest with the lap belt snug across the thighs. This is usually at approximately 4 feet 9 inches in height or 80 lbs. in weight.
Remember: Safety seats and seat belts can significantly decrease the number of deaths and serious injuries in accidents. In North Carolina, children are required to be in safety seats or seat belts by law.
A rear facing car seat should not be placed on the front seat. Children should ride in the back seat until age 12.
Please contact your local Police or Fire Department to recieve schedule times of car seat checks happening in your neighborhood! This is a free service provided by our local departments.
We make it a priority to establish an open, cooperative relationship with our patients. Our goal is to partner with you to achieve optimum health for your child. We will do our best to make each visit a good experience