Pediatric Immediate Care

Get urgent care for children over six months of age at National Jewish Health Immediate Care in Denver. Our providers are board certified in emergency medicine and ready to provide relief for your kids and the littlest patients.

The Immediate Care program also will work closely with the Pediatric Triage program to direct appropriate patients to care through that program, while caring for other pediatric patients in Immediate Care according to their conditions and care needs.

Pediatric Illnesses & Injuries Requiring Urgent Care

  • Acute respiratory illnesses, such as asthma, cough, COVID-related respiratory symptoms and more

  • Help for children with broken bones, sprains, strains and fractures

  • Answers for kids with ear, nose and throat symptoms such as sore throat, sinusitis and ear infections

  • Treatment for children with cuts, lacerations and burns

  • Relief for nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, GI distress, dehydration

  • Immediate care for rashes and fevers in pediatric patients

  • Answers for skin infections (cellulitis, etc.) and urinary tract infections (UTIs)

  • X-ray and lab services


Looking for COVID-19 Care?

Visit our website to learn about COVID-19 care options available at National Jewish Health. Learn More


Immediate Care is NOT an Emergency Room. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 9-1-1 immediately. When to Go to the Emergency Room