KidsStreet Urgent Care, Open Late

It’s bedtime and your kid’s fever isn’t staying down (nor any of their dinner), it’s time for KidsStreet Urgent Care!

When your little one gets an injury playing on the weekend, it’s time for KidsStreet Urgent Care!

You just KNOW something’s wrong, and your pediatrician is closed, it’s time for KidsStreet Urgent Care!

KidsStreet is dedicated to KIDS! We’re open late, 7 days a week with a pediatrician or pediatric-supervised nurse practitioner available to care for all the sniffles, bumps and bruises. We handle all of life’s little emergencies without making a trip to the ER or spending hours on the phone with a nurse’s hotline. Most of our patients are in and out within an hour, and there’s no referral necessary*! We accept all major insurances from BCBS, United, Viva, and Medicaid!

So, your kid isn’t feeling 100% and you need answers, it’s time for KidsStreet!


KidsStreet Urgent Care is commited to serving moms: working moms, stay-at-home moms, and all moms in between. We care about your family and strive to create a comfortable environment for your kids while they get the care they need. 

We understand what parenting can be like at times, especially when little ones are sick or injured. We truly get how busy and hectic parenting can be and our mission is to help you make the best decisions to get your family start feeling better. 

Our pediatric providers specialize in the needs of children of all ages. We have extended hours to help fit into your busy schedules, helping with all late-night injuries and early-morning fevers. 


    This office is so nice and effective. The online system is a lifesaver and the time frame is very accurate. The nurses are amazing with my kid, and the doctor was the BEST.

    We had a great experience! The staff is kind and accommodating! They offered us free drinks and a blanket for my sick daughter. We will be using this urgent care in the future!

    Doctor and staff were absolutely amazing! They took awesome care of my daughter. Actually, they went over and beyond for her care.

    What Are The Symptoms?


    The symptoms of respiratory infection can vary based on type, but tend to include: 


    • Coughing or sneezing
    • Sore throat
    • Trouble breathing
    • Drainage
    • Congestion 
    • Stuffy or runny nose
    • Swollen lymph nodes
    • Red eyes
    • Fever
    • Fatigue
    • Headaches

    Types Of Upper Respiratory Infections


    Many URI’s are typically known as seasonal illnesses, which affect people during certain parts of the year. However, your child can contract a URI at any time especially if they have a weak immune system. 

    The Cleveland Clinic considers these to be the most common upper respiratory illnesses: 


    • Sinusitis (sinus infection) 
    • Laryngitis
    • Common cold or cold viruses 
    • Pharyngitis (sore throat) 
    • Epiglottitis 
    • RSV (can affect lower respiratory tract as well)

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