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Our lobby is now open for in-person patient check-in. The only exception is if the patient or those accompanying her or him has had a known exposure to COVID-19. If so, they must check in from their car.
My child is sick or hurt – Should I call NWPC or go to the emergency department?
You can request an appointment with one of our providers by completing the below appointment request form.
Beginning April 1, 2023, NWPC will no longer require patients or family members to wear face masks, except:
- Patients or family members with respiratory symptoms such as cough, runny nose, or fever, or who’ve had a confirmed exposure to COVID or influenza. These individuals will need to wear masks before entering the clinic or they can check in from their car.
- Patients with suspicious rashes that could be chickenpox or measles must remain in their cars and check in from there.
Medicaid participants – Attention!
- Participants may receive age-appropriate and culturally appropriate services.
- Participants may ask for a qualified interpreter and translated material at no cost.
- Participants may request to receive information and help in the language or format of their choice.
Note – We are currently accepting new patients age 10 and under.
In this new video, Dr. Aaron Dalan talks about how the nationwide healthcare provider shortage is affecting Northwest Pediatric Center patients and providers.