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Children need quality health care, even during in a pandemic. Here are three things we want you to know as you ask yourself, "does my child need to be seen."

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We're bringing care to your home through telemedicine

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Your child's health is important, don't delay 

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We're committed to your safety

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We're Committed To Your Safety

See the measures we are putting in place to provide quality care in a safe environment. Temperature checks for our staff, masks for everyone, social distancing, cleaning methods and more.

We're conducting hundreds of appointments a day through telemedicine, bringing clinical care to the comfort of your own home. See what to expect during a telemedicine visit.

Camps, sports, gatherings? Let's Reopen Our City Safely

The health and safety of our community is important. Our pediatric experts provide information as you are considering returning to daycare, camp, sports, commuinty gatherings and more.

Children's Mercy is implementing full visitor restrictions to keep you and your child safe. See details of visitor restrictions.

As long as COVID-19 is a threat to the kids in our community, we'll be ready to help care for them. Learn about the virus, virtual screenings, virtual appointments, when to come to the Emergency Room and more.

Our clinics are opening

Appointments are available for select clinics

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These clinics are currently scheduling in-person appointments

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How to schedule an appointment

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