Providers on call 24 hours a day

Behavioral health appointments now available

Telehealth visits now available

Your medical home from childhood to young adult

Five locations to choose from

Walk-in hours for your convenience

Our core values:


Our core values:


Our core values:


Our core values:


Our core values:


About us

More than 30 years ago we began providing expert pediatric care in a Christian setting. Although we now serve more than 14,000 patients in our five clinics, our roots remain unchanged: Jesus Christ is the vine and we are the branches; apart from Him we can do nothing (John 15:4-5).


Appointments with visiting pediatric specialists are available for: cardiology, allergy, gastroenterology, pulmonology, child and adolescent psychiatry, pediatric neurodevelopmental, speech and language therapy, and nutrition needs.


Office hours

Monday through Friday:
7 a.m. – 8 p.m. Centralia Bldg. A
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Centralia Bldg. B
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Centralia Bldg. C
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Chehalis and Rochester

Phone hours Monday through Friday:
7 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Walk-in hours [available for established NWPC patients only]

Centralia Bldg. A

Monday through Friday:
12 – 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

When all of our walk-in slots are full for the day, we cannot see additional patients. Parents, however, can call our triage nurse [360-736-6778] for advice or use the Symptom Tracker.

Our Sunday night walk-in clinic has reopened as of September 17, 2023 from 4 to 8 pm and will remain open through the fall/winter respiratory-illness season. We have plenty of appointments available during the week and you can also visit during the walk-in hours on weeknights and Saturday mornings to help meet your child’s needs.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.


Patients, Families, and Visitors at Northwest Pediatrics

Northwest Pediatrics is a caring, safe and respectful environment. Harassment of our staff is unacceptable and will result in your dismissal from our clinic.

Strictly prohibited are:

  • Threatening or intimidating words, or body language
  • Demanding or manipulative statements or requests
  • Swearing or using offensive language
  • Becoming physically violent or aggressive

Thank you.

My child is sick or hurt – Should I call NWPC or go to the emergency department?

NWPC will no longer require patients or family members to wear face masks, except in the following circumstances:

  • Patients or family members have respiratory symptoms such as cough, runny nose, or fever.
  • Patients or family members have had a confirmed exposure to COVID or influenza. These individuals must remain in their cars and check in from there. They must wear masks before entering the clinic building.
Northwest Pediatric Center
Patients: Spanish interpreters available/Intérpretes españolas disponibles

Our Latinx/Hispanic patients can request a Spanish-speaking provider or interpreter, for in-person or telehealth appointments at Northwest Pediatric Center, These services are available free of charge. Just ask your child’s nurse or any staff member when you schedule your visit. In addition, some medical documents can be translated into Spanish, including reports and test results. Call our office at 360-736-6778 to find out which materials are available in Spanish.

Nuestros pacientes Latinx/Hispanos pueden solicitar a un doctor que hable Espanol o pueden solicitar a un interprete, para las citas en persona o por videollamada con Northwest Pediatric Center. Estos servicios son gratuitos. Le pueden preguntar a la enfermera de su hijo o a cualquier miembro del personal cuando hago su cita. Ademas algunos de nuestros documentos medicos pueden ser traducidos a Espanol, como reports o tambien resultados de prueba. Nos pueden llamar a nuestra oficina a 360-736-6778 para ver cuale material esta disponible en Espanol.

Let us know how we can help.