Mountainland Pediatrics is proud to bring a variety of pediatric health services to the community, from Well-child Visits to Mental Health Assessments. Your child’s total mind and body wellness are our priority.

We like to see newborns within 2 to 3 days of their leaving the hospital. Examinations are based on current recommendations provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

See below for the Well-child Examination Schedule.

We recommend that you schedule Well-child visits at least 4 weeks in advance. Examinations are based on current recommendations provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Your child’s overall health is important to us! That’s why all of our physicals are scheduled for 30 minutes, in order to allow enough time to review your child’s health thoroughly and answer all of your questions. Be sure to call in advance to schedule a physical for your child. Because our schedules fill quickly between August and September, we suggest that you schedule your child’s physical in the late spring or early summer (see below for the Well-child Examination Schedule).

Sport physical letters or updated immunization records can be generated at the time of your child’s physical in most cases. We will need three to five business days to complete requests for immunization records or other sport physical related documentation.

Sometimes when your little one isn’t feeling well, a trip to anywhere, including the doctor’s office, can be an unpleasant chore. That’s why Mountainland Pediatrics provides telemedicine appointments for your convenience.

Sick visits

Assessments for children over the age of 3 months old who are experiencing:

• Rashes without fever (i.e. diaper rash, eczema, impetigo, hand foot mouth disease, warts etc.)

• Pink eye symptoms not presenting with pain, fever, significant swelling, or cough

• Constipation without fever or other significant symptoms

• Diarrhea presenting without fever, vomiting or other significant symptoms

• High pitched cough, wheezing, history of asthma, and/or labored breathing

• Vomiting without fever or other significant symptoms

• Reflux/Teething/Colic

• Asthma attacks. depending on severity

• Urinary tract infections without fever or other significant symptoms

• Painful menstrual cramps

• Injuries (i.e. abrasions, mild head injuries, orthopedic injuries)

Parental questions or worries

• Talk to a provider about any concerns regarding your child

• Breastfeeding support

• Concerns regarding developmental delays

• Coordination of services to meet special needs

Follow up visits for any age

• Newborn weight checks if parent/guardian has scale at home with ounces

• Follow up for chronic health issues

• Review of lab results

Medication services

• ADHD medications

• Anxiety/depression medications

• Birth control

Behavioral health visits

• ADHD

• Depression/anxiety

• Concerning behaviors

Scheduling

• Call our front desk at (303) 430-0823 today to schedule a telemedicine visit

Documentation required prior to telemedicine session

 Consent to Treatment, Telemedicine Consent Forms, Financial Consents should be completed in advance of visit: Access the appropriate forms here.

 Current patients can use the Mountainland portal or download here and either email, fax or drop off to Front Office

American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations regarding well care for your child from ages birth to 18 years.

New patients should bring their child’s immunization records to their first visit and fax any previous medical records to the child’s visit at (303) 426-9581. You can also have them faxed to our office 14 days prior to your child’s visit with attention to Medical Records.

3-5 days Length, Weight, Head Circumference
2 weeks Length, Weight, Head Circumference, Temperature
2 months Length, Weight, Head Circumference, Temperature, Immunizations, Developmental Screening
4 months Length, Weight, Head Circumference, Temperature, ImmunizationsDevelopmental Screening
6 months Length, Weight, Head Circumference, Temperature, Immunizations, Developmental Screening
9 months Length, Weight, Head Circumference, Temperature, Developmental Screening
12 months Length, Weight, Head Circumference, Temperature, Hemoglobin Test, Lead Testing (Medicaid), Immunizations, Developmental Screening
15 months Length, Weight, Head Circumference, Temperature, Developmental Screening
18 months Length, Weight, Head Circumference, Temperature, Developmental Screening, Modified Checklist for Autism, Immunizations
2 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Modified Checklist for Autism, Lead Testing (Medicaid), Developmental Screening
30 months Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Developmental Screening
3 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure, Vision Test, Developmental Screening
4 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure, Vision Test, Hearing Test, Developmental Screening
5 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure, Urine Analysis, Hemoglobin Test, Vision Test, Hearing Test, Immunizations, Developmental Screening
6 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure, Vision Test, Hearing Test
7 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure
8 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure, Vision Test, Hearing Test
9 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure
10 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure, Vision Test, Hearing Test, Immunizations
11 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure, Immunizations
12 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure, Vision Test
13 & 14 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure
15 years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure, Vision Test, Hemoglobin Test (only Female), Immunizations
16 + years Height, Weight, Body Mass Index (BMI), Temperature, Blood Pressure, Vision Test (age 18), Immunizations

Walk-in Urgent Care Visits have been temporarily suspended to allow for more scheduled visits for our sick patients. However, we will always welcome new patients!

Please call (303) 430-0823 and we will be happy to schedule an appointment for your sick child at our office. We ask that you call and schedule a same-day appointment rather than just bringing your child into the clinic, to minimize your time spent in the waiting room. Click here for Appointment information.

It’s midnight and you’re woken by the feverish cries of your young child. Nothing you’ve tried is bringing down her fever. Now what? Call Mountainland Pediatrics at (303) 430-0823.

The Mountainland Pediatrics answering service will refer your call to a pediatric nurse at Children’s Hospital Colorado who will contact you within 5 minutes. The nurse will assess your situation and make recommendations.

Depending on the circumstances, the on-call Mountainland Pediatrics’ doctors may also contact you. The doctor may phone in a prescription to the pharmacy of your choice, might recommend that you make an appointment with Mountainland Pediatrics the next morning, or might even ask that you bring your child to an Emergency Room as soon as possible. Whatever the recommendation, you will be comforted knowing that your child is in the capable hands of one of the nation’s top 10 pediatric healthcare experts in the country.

Did you know that more than 50% of primary visits in the U.S. are related to some sort of mental health concern? Although children and adolescents make up nearly 25% of Colorado’s population, they account for 33% of the mental health conditions diagnosed in Colorado.

Providers at Mountainland Pediatrics will ask you and your child questions at each of your visits that are geared to identify potential emotional or behavioral issues, as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. A mental health specialist from Community Reach Center is available to provide consults with your pediatrician and you, as needed, for children of any age.

Parents who vaccinate their children are protecting them from 16 different diseases by the age of 2. We understand that you may have questions or concerns about vaccinating your children. The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Colorado Children’s Immunization Coalition are both excellent resources for parents, and provide the answers to the most frequently asked questions.

In mid to late fall, Mountainland Pediatrics provides flu vaccines for patients and their families. Appointments will be available on weekdays. All infants and children, between the ages of 6 months and 8 years who are receiving the vaccine for the first time, will require two flu vaccines. All children ages 9 and older only require one flu vaccine.

If hospitalization is needed, Mountainland Pediatrics can admit patients through Children’s Hospital Colorado (all campuses), and through Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children (with campuses at North Suburban Medical Center and Presbyterian St. Lukes).

While in the hospital, your child will be seen by hospital staff who will communicate with Mountainland Pediatrics about your child’s care.