Easy, affordable access to your pediatrician or a trusted pediatrician via your smart phone, tablet, or computer.
Access to quality pediatric care, from anywhere.
Partner with us to expand access to your trusted pediatric care and foster relationships.
The partner you need to connect with your patients and keep them in the medical home.
Anytime Pediatrics connects patients to the pediatricians they trust most. And we do it in a way that is convenient and cost-effective for everyone. So, whether you’re a patient or a provider, Anytime Pediatrics delivers the smart technology solution you need for quality pediatric care —
Three quarters of parents who have used telemedicine for their children say the experience was better than an in-person office visit.
Nemours Children’s Health System
The average ER visit takes about 4 hours and costs more than $1,200, versus an Anytime Pediatrics virtual visit, which takes an average of 15 minutes and costs less than $100.
Nearly 75% of all doctor, urgent care, and ER visits “are either unnecessary or could be handled safely and effectively over the phone or video.”
American Medical Association and Wellness Council of America
It was really nice not having to bring my three kids to the ER late at night. The doctor was wonderful. He even followed up with me.Elisa, parent
Anytime Pediatrics offers a smart combination of telemedicine technology and my telephone triage protocols. I’m excited to be working with Anytime Pediatrics to help parents, pediatricians and pediatric nurses interact in cost-effective, innovative ways.Dr. Bart Schmitt, Schmitt Pediatric Guidelines LLC
This was so much better than going to the ER. The on-call nurse said we needed to be seen, but we weren’t sure. You really put us at ease.Mother in Memphis TN
Anytime Pediatrics is taking telemedicine in a new direction.Dr. Anastasia, physician partner
Anytime Pediatrics is a 'win' for all involved – patient, family, primary care provider, and the healthcare system as a whole. The model leverages the widespread use of technology to observe the child and discuss next steps with the family, all with lesser costs (not just financial) for the family and the system, while maintaining their connection to the medical home.Chris Pruitt, MD