You can get your flu shot right in your doctors office. Pediatrics is offering the flu vaccine for their established patients. Talk to your provider about getting the vaccine.
For information and resources click on the USF Health COVID19 Patient Resources page.
USF Pediatrics is dedicated to helping you and your family stay healthy during the COVID-19 outbreak. We are here to provide you and your family the care and guidance you may need during this stressful time.
If you have a fever or a cough, please call our main number (813) 259-8700 or your sub-specialty provider. You can also send us a message via MyChart, the online connection to our USF Health doctors and providers.
Please call or message USF Health prior to coming to USF Health for any of your appointments so that we can direct you to the right location. Depending upon your symptoms and needs, you may be directed to specific locations.
At USF Health we are committed to providing the foundation for good health to span a lifetime.
USF Health Pediatrics gives you and your child access to a wide range of specialists and primary care physicians who provide customized care for your child’s needs from infancy, through adolescence, and into adulthood.
As part of an academic medical center USF Health merges cutting edge research and innovation with experience and compassion to offer first class healthcare across a wide range of specialties.
We are here to meet the needs of every child by offering screenings, yearly physicals, therapies, vaccinations and to address any complex health needs.
Our pediatric specialists work within a system of coordinated care to keep our children healthy and help parents make confident choices.
Staying up to do to date with your child's vaccinations will protect them a for a lifetime.
USF Health General Pediatrics and Internal Medicine-Pediatrics follow the recommended Immunization schedule from the Centers for Disease Control and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Please note that variations outside of this schedule are not recommended and can put your child at risk of serious illness.
Click here to view the USF Health policy and immunizations and schedule.