Pediatric Medicine

Children and adolescents will receive quality primary care services from Lowell Community Health Center. Compassionate, culturally competent physicians and nurse practitioners are qualified to meet the medical needs of all their patients.

For babies and children up to age 17.

Services include:

  • physical exams with vision and hearing assessments
  • school, sports and camp physicals
  • sick visits
  • lead screenings
  • asthma management
  • immunizations
  • nutrition services
  • routine lab work
  • health education
  • behavioral health services

Lowell Community Health Center is excited to begin offering dental hygiene services. Through this program, children can receive cleanings and preventative dental care at our clinic. Please call or visit the Health Center for more information.

WIC (Women, Infants, & Children)
WIC is a food and nutrition program for low-income women and children who are not getting all the nutrients they need. To apply for WIC, you should call or visit the WIC site at the Health Center.

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