CORONAVIRUS ALERT: To protect the children in our care, as well as staff and visitors, we continue to require mask wearing and physical distancing at all Nicklaus Children’s facilities throughout South Florida. Click here for the latest information. Nicklaus Children’s Urgent Care Centers offer COVID-19 testing for children with associated symptoms as part of an urgent care visit.
Nicklaus Children’s Hospital has several outpatient and urgent care centers throughout South Florida, including on-demand, virtual care.
Walk-in urgent care with no appointment needed.
Serving as your child's primary doctor's office.
Pediatric specialty consultations available closer to home.
A full range of comprehensive services all under one roof.
Connect with providers from the comfort of your own home.
With over 800 pediatric physicians on staff, we’re dedicated to helping you connect with the right specialist for your needs.
We have expertise in treating children and educating families on hundreds of different conditions.
We use cutting-edge, specialized treatments and procedures to ensure the best care for your child.
Published on: 11/25/2016
Team Nicklaus Children's Hospital raised $2,775 for the Children's Bereavement Center Steps for Healing 5K which took place on Saturday, November 19, 2016 at Zoo Miami.
New Leading-Edge Treatment for Leukemia Now Offered at Nicklaus Children's Hospital
Nicklaus Children's Hospital is one of the only hospitals in Florida, and the first pediatric hospital in South Florida, to offer the latest immune cell treatment for children and adolescents with certain types of leukemia. The Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Nicklaus Children's Hospital is authorized to deliver the FDA-approved CAR T-cell therapy to the pediatric population.
Miami Dolphins Make $1 Million Commitment to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Foundation
The Miami Dolphins announced a $1 million commitment to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Foundation to help combat systematic health issues and address disparities in the African American and minority community around diabetes, sickle cell disease (SCD) and COVID-19. The four-year relationship will provide jobs, access to services, programmatic benefits and research designed to improve mental and physical health.