Cook Children's Neighborhood Clinics
On Friday, September 2, The Morris Foundation Center for Innovation in Children's Health will be closed until December for a facelift. If you have an appointment with one of our doctors, please click here to visit them at the McCart Avenue office in Fort Worth.
At Cook Children's, we believe that all children deserve access to the best pediatric health care possible. Our community-based Neighborhood Clinics provide a primary medical home for kids from birth through adolescence. Our pediatricians, clinical staff, administrative staff, and family support staff are here to provide the complete care your child needs at every age and stage. All seven of our Neighborhood Clinic locations accept Medicaid & CHIP and are accepting new patients. We look forward to seeing you!
Our clinics accept Medicaid, CHIP and most commercial insurance plans, and our staff members speak Spanish and English. Best of all, with seven offices located throughout Tarrant County, great medical care is where you need it most — close to home.
Protecting kids with the COVID-19 vaccine
Dr. Wilfred Raine recommends the vaccine
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After hours care is open to any child with a Cook Children's pediatrician. These clinics provide sick-care access from 6-10 p.m., Monday-Friday, so that unnecessary visits to the ER can be avoided. To schedule an afterhours sick visit for your child, call your pediatrician’s office between 8:00AM - 5:00PM, Monday through Friday. Afterhours sick visits are available by appointment only.
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