Wolff Center Child and Adolescent Health


From newborn to early adulthood, our complete pediatric services cover everything from vaccinations and checkups to illness and injury, sleeping and feeding problems, obesity, learning issues and mental health. Our in-house pediatric providers and staff are dedicated to ensuring that your child gets the healthcare every child deserves.

We are here to give you the best possible services, so you leave healthier than you arrived, and with more options for good health. We work collaboratively and cooperatively to ensure you get the very best services, whatever your needs.  


Yes, a provider is always on call after hours for acute urgent concerns that occur outside of our regular business hours. To reach an on-call provider after hours, call our main number, 850-474-4777, and listen for the prompt to be connected. If this is a medical emergency, call 911.

Yes, we do offer same day sick appointments. To obtain a same-day sick visit, please call as soon as possible, as these appointments can fill quickly.

View the documents below for information on Immunizations:

Reasons to Follow CDC’s Recommended Immunization Schedule

View Immunization Schedules from the CDC
Following the recommended vaccine schedule provides your child with the best protection from potentially serious diseases.

View the documents below for information on well-child visits:

AAP Schedule of Well-Child Care Visits

Pediatric care typically covers individuals from birth to 18 years old. This range can extend in some cases, as pediatricians are specialized in managing the physical, behavioral, and mental care of children and adolescents.

It is recommended that infants have frequent visits starting a few days after birth. As children grow, the frequency decreases; after the age of three, annual wellness exams are generally recommended unless specific health issues require more frequent monitoring.

Wellness exams are comprehensive check-ups that monitor a child’s growth and development. They allow pediatric healthcare providers to assess physical, emotional, and social health, update vaccinations, and address any developmental or behavioral concerns.

Yes, vaccinations are a safe and essential part of preventive pediatric care. They protect children from a variety of serious illnesses by building their immunity in a controlled and effective manner.

A sports physical focuses on assessing a child’s health and physical condition to ensure they can safely participate in sports. The exam includes a medical history review and a physical examination that evaluates the child’s strength, flexibility, heart health, and overall fitness.

Comprehensive Pediatric Care: Wellness Exams and Sports Physicals

The Importance of Pediatric Care Pediatric care is crucial for monitoring and supporting the healthy development of children from infancy through adolescence. Regular visits to pediatric healthcare providers play a key role in preventative healthcare, offering consistent opportunities to assess a child’s growth and overall health. Wellness Exams: A Comprehensive Approach Wellness exams, often referred […]

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