Health care for your children and teens.
The Tim and Carolynn Rice Center for Child and Adolescent Health serves patients from birth to age 21, providing well visits, sick-child care and a wide range of services for children who are chronically ill, developmentally delayed or affected by mental health issues.
- Physicals for school, camp, sports and more
- Same-day visits for sick or injured children
- Managing teen health issues
- Diagnosis and treatment of behavior and learning problems
The Tim and Carolynn Rice Center for Child and Adolescent Health is also one of three community partners in the Healthy Tomorrow Alliance, a grant project which aims to reduce teen pregnancy rates and increase reproductive health education among teens in Greensboro. The providers of the Adolescent Medicine Subspecialty Clinic have a vested interest in this initiative, as they care for teens in Greensboro and surrounding areas.
Parents: If you are changing providers, please request your child's medical records and bring the files to the office.
Interpreter services will be available to patients and their families if needed.