Specially for Children - College Station
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The Central Texas pediatric sub-specialty group Specially for Children has eight outpatient clinics in Austin, College Station, Kyle, Round Rock and San Angelo.
The doctors and care teams deliver multi-specialty pediatric care to children of all ages, including teenagers. Established in 1996, the Specially for Children pediatric group now represents more than 15 different pediatric specialties. These experienced doctors listen to understand your concerns. By delivering compassionate, personalized care, our young patients get the care that is right for their needs -- body, mind and spirit.
Specializing in complex medical conditions.
Food Allergy Center, nationally recognized as a "center of excellence" by the Food Allergy Research and Education Center.
--Advanced diagnostic testing and procedures close to home
--Patient and family-centered, compassionate, personalized care
Over 41 board-certified pediatric specialists representing:
- Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
- Children’s Comprehensive Care Clinic
- Developmental Pediatrics
- Endocrinology & Diabetes
- Genetics – Clinical & Metabolic
- Infectious Diseases
- International Adoption
- International Travel
- Palliative Medicine
Typically, children and teens with an acute illness or chronic medical disorder are referred by their pediatrician or primary care doctor. For more information, call our toll-free number 866-514-0045
Ascension Dell Children's Medical Center is also affiliated with pediatric specialty groups. Together, Ascension Texas provides a large network of pediatric services in Central Texas, including emergency care and pediatric critical care transport. Additional information about these specialists is available here
- Behavioral and mental health
- Orthopedics and sport medicine
- Pulmonary Medicine
- Surgery (general, cardiothoracic, neurosurgery, and plastic reconstructive)
If your child is experience in life-threatening medical emergency, go to the nearest ER or call 911.