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Tanner Healthcare for Children

 

Practicing pediatric medicine while maintaining close relationships between medical providers, patients and their families.

 

Accessible Care

Experienced, expert pediatric care helps children grow into healthy, successful adults. And that’s good for our entire community.

Tanner Healthcare for Children participates with most insurance plans. And most insurance plans cover wellness visits at 100%.

Making care accessible to everyone

If you have no insurance coverage, we'll help you find other sources of coverage, such as Medicare or Medicaid. 

As part of Tanner Medical Group, Tanner Healthcare for Children offers a patient advocate for uninsured and underinsured patients. Your advocate provides guidance to obtaining state and federal insurance coverage, as well as any other assistance Tanner may provide.

And, as part of the nonprofit Tanner Health System, our Patient Financial Assistance Program makes your child’s care affordable for your family’s unique household needs.

Keeping you informed

We are committed to providing you with the information you need concerning your health as quickly as possible.

Test results and labs are reviewed by a physician at your next follow-up appointment. Results may also be available through your child’s Tanner MyChart patient portal for your review or to share with other medical providers.

Events

Freshstart - Carrollton
Freshstart - Carrollton

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Tai Chi 2.0 - Carrollton
Tai Chi 2.0 - Carrollton

Monday, December 7, 2020

Blogs

Good Sleep Is Vital to Children’s Health
Good Sleep Is Vital to Children’s Health

Teens need between eight and 10 hours of sleep each night — and younger children need even more.

Helping Your Child Heal After a Tonsillectomy
Helping Your Child Heal After a Tonsillectomy

While tonsillectomy is a proven way to stop repeat infections, the recovery can be difficult. Knowing what to do to help your child recover can make this go much easier.

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