Unique Care for Unique Kids

Our pediatric specialty clinics are designed for kids and loaded with experts in more than a dozen pediatric specialties. We’re here so every child can get the right care when they need it – so kids can get back to kid stuff.

Every kid is unique. And many times, discovering and treating their health needs can require equally unique care. That's why we believe in working together as a team to provide the best care for your child. Your interdisciplinary care team may include doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists, physical therapists, dietitians, or other support services, depending on your child's care needs.


We partnered with UCSF Fresno and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital for our pediatric specialty clinics, providing access to more than a dozen different specialties and treating every child with the right care at the right time – right here in the Central Valley.

This means patients have access to board-certified UCSF doctors and surgeons from a wide range of pediatric specialties, including some that are not readily available in the Valley.

We participate in the California Children’s Services (CCS) Program. It’s a state program for children with certain CCS-eligible chronic diseases or health problems. We have seven outpatient CCS Specialty Care Centers.
 
CCS provides resources for children under 21 years to have access to necessary diagnostic and treatment services, medical case management, nutrition management and physical and occupational therapy services.

For more information or to make an appointment call (559) 459-4KID (4543).

 

Contact Information


Pediatric Specialty Center on the Community Regional campus
Phone:(559) 459-4KID (4543)
215 N. Fresno Street, Suite 370
Fresno, CA 93701

For Referring Physicians 
(559) 459-BEAR (2327)

Current Pediatric Specialties

Our specialists treat children with allergic disorders and all forms of asthma.
We provide diagnostics, treatment and follow-up care to patients with conditions of the heart and blood vessels – starting prenatally through young adulthood – including those with congenital heart defects, acquired heart disease or arrhythmias.
We have specialists in diseases and disorders related to the endocrine system (the glands and organs that make hormones.) Common disorders include diabetes, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, metabolic disorders, and other conditions.
Our specialists prevent, diagnose and treat digestive tract and liver disorders including conditions involving the pancreas, liver, gallbladder, esophagus, stomach, small intestine and colon.
Genetic testing looks at your genes to determine your risk of certain diseases or conditions. A genetic consultation involves a detailed evaluation of you and your family’s medical histories with a trained genetics professional.
We provide diagnosis and management of various blood disorders and diseases.
These specialists provide ongoing care for newborns who require more than standard monitoring and care. The program identifies developmental and special health needs in children born at risk for long-term health. 
Our infectious disease specialists treat many diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. Common diseases in our area include Valley Fever, Tuberculosis, Influenza and mosquito-borne diseases. 
We care for young patients who suffer with problems involving the kidneys, uncontrolled hypertension or complex blood pressure issues. Conditions include: kidney failure, diabetic nephropathy, and other pediatric kidney disorders.
We have specialists who diagnose and treat conditions related to nerves and the nervous system. Common conditions include epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, sleep disorders, headaches, strokes, brain and spinal cord tumors and more.
Our physicians specialize in surgery of the face, mouth and jaws.

Community Medical Centers adolescent and pediatric gynecology specialists diagnose and treat gynecologic (diseases of the female reproductive organs) problems in infants, children and adolescents.

We treat children with conditions that affect the lungs and breathing including asthma, congenital lung abnormalities and cystic fibrosis. Our pediatric pulmonology program and adult pulmonology program work together to treat lung conditions at all stages of life.
Our physicians care for patients affected by a variety of common and uncommon rheumatic disorders including gout, lupus, musculoskeletal disorders, Lyme Disease and more.
Our pediatric surgeons care for children of all ages, from the tiniest newborns to young adults, who are in need of a range of surgical treatments, from the common to the complex. Our pediatric surgeons are at the forefront of pediatric minimally invasive surgery, conducting laparoscopic, thoracoscopic and the latest minimally-invasive procedures.