PM Pediatrics is a specialized urgent care practice staffed by Pediatric Emergency Specialists trained in treating newborn through college-age patients, in urgent situations while minimizing pain and unnecessary tests.

PM Pediatrics was founded on the belief that there is a better way to deliver urgent care to kids and young adults. Our mission is to ensure our patients receive superior quality after-hours care when they need it, without having to wait long for it. PM Pediatrics has had over 1.7 million visits by patients hailing from over 2,000 towns and cities in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and more than a dozen countries worldwide.

Unlike traditional urgent care practices, PM Pediatrics specializes in treating patients from the cradle to college. We are staffed by pediatric emergency specialists, including pediatric emergency physicians and board-certified pediatricians, who are specially trained in treating children in urgent care situations while minimizing pain and unnecessary tests.

PM Pediatrics offers a full spectrum of care and has the ability to diagnose and treat all but the most critical cases, including wounds that require stitches, broken bones, sprains and other minor trauma, fever, specific and nonspecific complaints of pain, ear infections, asthma and other respiratory illnesses, vomiting and diarrhea, chronic health issues with acute exacerbation, and dehydration requiring intravenous fluids.

Apr 27, 2022
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The Psychiatric Consultant supports the PCP and Behavioral Health Care Manager (BHCM) in treating patients with behavioral health problems. This role can be performed by any psychiatric expert who can assist the primary care team diagnosis, treatment planning and recommendations about changes in treatment when the patient is not at least 50% improved after 10-12 weeks on any given treatment plan. The Psychiatric Consultant may suggest treatment modifications for the PCP to consider, recommend the PCP see the patient for an in-person consultation, or consult on patients who are clinically challenging or who need specialty mental health services. The consultant does not see the patient, except in rare circumstances, and does not prescribe medications. The psychiatric consultant is available to the BHCM and the PCP during business hours for ad hoc consultation as needed. Responsibilities: · Provide regularly scheduled (usually weekly) caseload consultation to...