Children receive care they need closer to home at our Outpatient Care Center in Sarasota.
When your child needs care, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital pediatricians, pediatric specialists, nurses, therapists and staff provide some of our most frequently needed medical, laboratory and therapeutic services at our Outpatient Care Center in Sarasota.
Our compassionate team has years of experience in meeting the medical and rehabilitative needs of children of all ages, bringing expert pediatric care to your neighborhood through our 28,000-square-foot facility, which serves patients from Sarasota County, as well as neighboring counties such as Manatee, DeSoto, Charlotte and beyond.
Contact Outpatient Care, Sarasota
To make an appointment, use the phone numbers below to contact our specialists' offices for appointment scheduling.
Programs and Services at Outpatient Care, Sarasota
Diagnostic and Related Services
- Diagnostic testing including:
- Cardiac stress testing
- Fetal echocardiogram
- Holter monitor and pulmonary function testing
- Nutritional services
- Pediatric laboratory services (walk-in appointments available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Thursday; Friday by appointment)
- Pediatric radiology/X-ray services (walk-in appointments available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Thursday; Friday by appointment)
Pediatric Physical Therapy Services
Learn more about our physical therapy services
- Evaluation and treatment for gross motor and developmental skills
- Orthopaedic and sports evaluation and treatment
- Torticollis evaluation and treatment
- Neurodevelopmental treatment
- Multidisciplinary functional outcome intensives
- Wheelchair and equipment clinic
- Head shape (plagiocephaly) evaluation and treatment
- Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) graduate evaluation and treatmen
Pediatric Speech-Language Services
Learn more about our speech-language and feeding services
- Feeding, chewing, and swallowing disorders
- Autism spectrum disorders
- Auditory processing issues
- Cleft palate and craniofacial disorders
- Apraxia of speech
- Head injury or cognitive disorders
- Hearing loss/cochlear implant
- Tongue thrust (oromyofunctional disorders)
- Voice and vocal cord dysfunction
- Concerns with language comprehension, reading and phonics, or social skills (pragmatics)
Why Choose Outpatient Care, Sarasota
We provide patient-centered care, with parents as an important part of the health care team. Patients and their families receive expert care as well as support for their emotional well-being, and we work together with community physicians to provide continuity of care.
We have several pediatricians at Outpatient Care, Sarasota, who provide primary care services for children of all ages. Our pediatricians are experienced in providing care for children with multiple and/or complex conditions and work closely with the other specialists in Sarasota to provide patients with comprehensive care.
Patients can see our pediatric specialists in a number of areas, including cardiology, diabetes, orthopaedics, pulmonology, sports medicine, and more. Our general surgeons; and surgeons in our plastic and reconstructive, and cleft and craniofacial programs; see patients at Outpatient Care, Sarasota, so your child can receive their pre- and post-surgery care closer to home. We also offer diagnostic services such as X-ray.
Patients can also receive the full spectrum of rehabilitation services in Sarasota. Our pediatric therapists in audiology, occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech-language and feeding therapy have experience in caring for children with a range of conditions, including complex conditions.
Sometimes children need more than one of these services, and our team approach to care means that staff members work cooperatively to help children reach their potential.
Read more about care at Outpatient Care, Sarasota:
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Olive was born with a heart defect, and after two surgeries to repair her heart — the first when she was 2 months old — the 4-year-old is charting her own course, with an epic soundtrack to match.
Five-month-old Lukas is on the road to a promising recovery with care from the multidisciplinary team in the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Heart Institute.
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A generous donation to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital will improve care for infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome.