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Pediatric Primary Care

Pediatric Primary Care

You want the best care for your child. That starts with a primary care provider—someone who specializes in taking care of your child's overall health and well-being. Someone who knows your family and your child’s medical history best. Whether you prefer a family medicine doctor, pediatrician or nurse practitioner, count on the best care for your child’s best future. Choose from our 30+ primary care locations.

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Conditions
  • Learning and behavioral concerns
  • Mental health conditions
  • Minor illnesses such as colds and flu, cough, skin rashes, insect bites, belly aches and ear infections
  • Minor injuries like cuts, scrapes and bruises or strains and sprains
  • Sleeping and eating habits
  • Social and sexual topics
Services
  • Behavioral health support from your primary care provider’s office—known as Integrated Care
  • Diagnosis and management of ongoing health conditions
  • Immunizations
  • Minor procedures such as stitches, wart removal or splinting
  • Physicals for school, sports, camps or college entrance
  • Well-child visits
Frequently used primary care resources
Well-child visits
Even if your child is healthy, don’t lose sight of well-child visits—recommended from birth into adulthood. It’s your chance to check in on your child’s physical and mental health, stay up-to-date on immunizations and discuss any age-related concerns. Most insurance plans, including BadgerCare, cover 100% of exam charges.
Schedule a well visit
Choosing a provider for my child
You have choices when it comes to your child’s primary care provider (PCP). You may choose a pediatrician, pediatric nurse practitioner or family medicine doctor. We suggest calling your preferred Gundersen Clinic location to see which providers are seeing new patients.
Tips for picking a PCP
Adolescent care
Well-child visits during adolescence provide your child with an opportunity to take added responsibility over their own health and wellness. Starting at the 12-year-old well visit, your child will also complete a survey on their own and talk to their provider 1-on-1 for part of their visit.
Transitioning to adult healthcare
Vision
When your child has trouble seeing, it affects more than just their vision. It can also affect their learning and development. Identifying vision problems early offers the best chance to correct the problem. Talk to your child’s primary care provider if you have questions.
Find an Eye Clinic near me
Dental Specialties
Are you looking for a kid-friendly dentist or orthodontist? You’ll find both at Gundersen! From regular check-ups and cleanings to orthodontic issues and braces, we’re here to create healthy smiles that last a lifetime.
Find a dental specialist
24-Hour Nurse Line
Anytime you need health advice or information for your child or family, our telephone nurse advisors are here with answers. No concern is too big or too small. We’ll explain how to treat your child’s symptoms from home or direct you to the right department to seek additional care.
Call (608) 775-4454
Resources & Classes
Parenting is the most challenging job that you'll never receive formal training for. Because kids don't come with instruction manuals, it helps to have resources and support available at your fingertips.
Explore parenting resources
Immunizations
Immunizations are one of the best ways to protect your child against dangerous childhood diseases. It’s important to follow a regular schedule and make sure your child is immunized at the right time. Talk to your doctor about the right vaccinations for your child.
See vaccine schedule by age
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals®
In times of need, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at Gundersen is there. Through generous support, we help children and families in our 25-county service area fighting all types of medical battles—no matter where they receive care.
Learn how miracles happen
How to connect

You can visit your child's primary care provider without a referral. 

Connect with our pediatric primary care providers

1900 South Ave.
La Crosse, WI 54601

(608) 782-7300

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