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CHOC primary care network

Wellness and Primary Care

We know you are the ultimate protector of your children’s health. That’s why we partner with you to help you keep them healthy every step of the way. We provide general pediatric care for all kids—from babies to teens—through the CHOC Primary Care Network. Our network of pediatricians includes more than 20 offices throughout Orange County and beyond that offer well-checks, immunizations, sick visits, sports physicals and more, as well as pediatric urgent care services.

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Call your primary care office to schedule a visit with your CHOC pediatrician.

Telehealth visits are available. Learn more.

Health Tips from Our Experts

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In this ultimate guide, a CHOC expert answers parents’ questions about how to tell if a child’s mole is normal or not, and when to seek help.

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It’s imperative to recognize the profound impact that diet culture can have on kids’ physical and psychological well-being. Here, learn how to talk to kids about food, nutrition and their bodies.

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Learn from CHOC experts the best ways to find a babysitter, what to ask during an interview, and what information to share before you leave.

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Expert pediatric advice about how to protect against ticks – and what to do if you spot one on your child.

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Two CHOC pediatricians explain more about vitamins, when supplemental vitamins might be needed, and what parents should watch for.

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Learn why cholesterol levels matter in kids, as well as how high levels are treated and what parents can do to keep levels in check.

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