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Our Services


Tennessee Pediatric and Adolescent Center provides a full spectrum of general pediatric care, including allergies, asthma, ear infections, other common infections, rashes, acne and other skin ailments, abrasions, burns, lacerations, sprains and minor fractures, IV therapy, mole and wart removal, cyst and skin tag removal, toenail and foreign body removal as well as ear irrigation and cerumen removal. Our practice will take care of your child from birth through age 21.

Office Hours


Our office hours vary by location. To get a complete list of our current office hours, please visit our locations section of the web page from the navigation menu or by clicking here.

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Physicals and Well Child Exams


The basis of good care is continuity and getting to know you and your family over time. This way we may help prevent problems or catch them in the early stages. We encourage you to adhere to the recommended schedule for well-child exams from birth through the teenage years. These well-child exams are times to discuss problems, such as growth, feeding, sleeping, behavior, development, speech and language and to receive immunizations and have screening lab work, such as blood counts and urine studies.

NOTE: Sports physicals in older children and teens may be required yearly.

We provide


Well Baby Checks

Well Child Exams and Immunizations

Sick Child Visits ( same day appointments available)

Sick and Emergency Hours

Sports Physicals

ADHD Consultations and Treatments

Behavioral Medicine

Allergy Testing & Injections

Asthma Care

Juvenile Diabetes Care

Doctor On Call 24 Hours a Day

Hospital Care (Cookeville Regional Medical Center and Livingston Regional Medical Center)

Minor procedures are also done in the office, such as circumcision, wart and mole removal, laceration repair,IV therapy, toenail removal, foreign body removal, ear irrigation and cerumen removal.

Prenatal and introductory visits are encouraged to become familiar with our practice and providers.