Welcome to Our Practice
Kids Creek Children's Clinic has been serving the families of the Grand Traverse region since 1961. Though the faces have changed over the years, our mission has remained the same. Simply put, we care for our community's healthcare needs one child at a time.
At Kids Creek Children's Clinic, we are proud to offer comprehensive health care that centers on a child’s physical, emotional, and developmental well being. Our compassionate and experienced providers are all Board Certified in the specialty of Pediatrics and serve patients from infancy through early adulthood. Our entire staff welcomes the opportunity to support families as they provide healthy environments in which children can thrive as they grow.
We are pleased to offer families appointments with the provider of their choice.
Call 935-0555 for your visit today!
Currently Accepting New Patients
It is our goal to keep everyone safe from seasonal illnesses as they come and go throughout our community.
We have infection control measures in place – scheduling well visits early in the day and sick later,
limiting attendance at the appointment to parents and the patient, and sanitizing our office continuously.
Medication checks, visits for ADHD, and mental health visits may be scheduled as Televisits on an as needed basis.
We ask that all sick families wait in your car and call us when you arrive. We will escort you to an exam room as soon as one is available.
Patients here for med checks and well visits, please check in at the front desk.
Our primary focus at Kids Creek Children’s Clinic is the health and safety of your children.
Office consent for treatment policy
In order for our clinic to deliver the best quality healthcare to your children under the age of 18, we require that a parent or legal guardian be present at all non-urgent or routine visits (well exams, sports physicals, medication follow-ups).
For urgent appointments that are not planned in advance, we require a dated and signed consent form by a parent or legal guardian if they cannot be present. If a friend, relative, or daycare provider brings your child to our office they must provide a signed consent, all insurance information, payment for any co-pay or charges due, and a phone number where a parent can be reached. In addition, the person bringing the child for an appointment must be informed about the history of the child's problem. Signed consent is also required for teenage patients 16-18 years of age presenting for an urgent visit alone.
We are now providing the update 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine for all ages. The CDC recommends that children should receive an updated dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. This should be given at least two months after any previous COVID vaccine dose. If your child is due for their Well Child exam, call to schedule that appointment and we will vaccinate them at the time of their visit – keep in mind you must allow time for a 15-minute observation before leaving.
Follow this Link for the information about vaccine waivers and school attendance
RSV-Respiratory Syncytial Virus
We are working toward getting the supplies to offer the RSV immunization to our infant population. Please be patient with us as we get everything ready. Ask your child's provider about it today!
February is National Dental Health Awareness Month
Did you know that our community has a a collaborative dental practice with University of Michigan and United Way, providing dental care to our community. Follow the link for more information on how to get your child in for an exam.