Western Colorado Pediatric Associates (WCPA) - Pediatricians in Grand Junction and Fruita, CO
Western Colorado Pediatric Associates 970-243-5437
Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM*
Grand Junction: 3150 North 12th Street / PO Box 10700, Grand Junction, Colorado
Fruita: 456 Kokopelli Boulevard, Fruita, Colorado
Phone advice by RNs and LPNs 24/7
On call Pediatrician available 24/7
To contact us, call 243-5437 or fax 243-7792.
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* After hours charges apply
Western Colorado Pediatric Associates
Offering Children’s Flu Shot Clinics
FLU CLINIC DATES
GRAND JUNCTION OFFICE
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 6PM-8PM
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 6PM-8PM
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 10AM-12NOON
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 6PM-8PM
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 9AM-NOON
IF THE ABOVE DATES WILL NOT WORK, TALK TO THE FRONT DESK FOR OTHER OPTIONS.
Here are some links that we feel may be helpful to our parents.
HealthyChildren.org, may provide the answers you need when it’s 3 a.m. and your child is sick. It’s backed by the American Academy of Pediatrics for dependable health care advice for parents and caregivers.
Supporting healthy changes for obese or overweight children and their families. Weekly sessions from 5–7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. Contact Western Colorado Pediatric Associates at 243-5437.
Western Colorado Pediatric Associates is now accepting new patients.
Western Colorado Pediatric Associates and Hilltop Present:
“On Second Thought” The Foundations of Parenting
Free! Educational sessions focused on supporting parents with children of all ages including topics such as creating healthy boundaries, conflict management, and many more! Join us!
When: Tuesdays 6-7pm
Where: Western Colorado Pediatric Associates
3150 N. 12th Street
Garden Level Conference Room
Who: All parents!
Topics presented will be relevant to all ages!
Light snack served
- 3 day
- 10 day
- 2 month
- 4 month
- 6 month
- 9 month
- 12 month
- 15 month
- 18 month
- 24 month (2 year)
- 3-18 year (annual)
Well child visits are important to ensure necessary preventative care, track your child’s growth and development, and establish a strong relationship with your pediatrician. Annual check-up recommended, and if needed may include blood draw (hemoglobin), urinalysis, behavioral health screenings and/or vision/hearing screening.