Welcome to KidzCare Pediatrics where you will find health care professionals dedicated to providing the highest quality medical care to our patients and families. We’ve had the privilege of providing pediatric care in NC since 2003.
Our offices currently serve 17 convenient locations in different communities in Cumberland, Harnett, Lee, Alamance, Macon, Robeson, Guilford, Mecklenburg, New Hanover, Pender, and Brunswick counties of NC. KidzCare Pediatrics is the largest Patient Centered Medical Home -pediatric group in North Carolina. To date, we have treated over 350,000 patients in our offices by serving Children of 25 NC counties.
“Our number one objective is to provide the highest quality pediatric care to the children and families we serve by following our principles of accessible, affordable, quality care.”
Dr. Ashok Jain, MD, FAAP, MBA, CPEPresident -KidzCare Pediatrics
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KidzCare Pediatrics offers a discounted/sliding fee schedule to patients who are unable to pay for their healthcare services. This program is designed to ensure those who have no means, or limited means, to pay for their medical services have a reasonable alternative by way of never being denied access to care due to an inability to pay. We are proud to participate in and support the National Health Service Corps in serving all families who present at our locations.
KidzCare will base program eligibility on a person’s ability to pay and will not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, sexual orientation, creed, religion, disability, or national origin. The Federal Poverty Guidelines, http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty, are used in creating and annually updating the sliding fee schedule (SFS) to determine eligibility.
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