Pediatric Urgent Care Available in Cutler Bay at UHealth Jackson Urgent Care Center 

At UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Cutler Bay, we provide pediatric urgent care for infants, children, adolescents, and teens – without the hassles of having to schedule an advance appointment or “camp out” for hours in an ER waiting room. Our office is open every day from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and you can feel confident that your child will always be seen by a board-certified, UHealth – the University of Miami Health System physician. 

The compassionate medical professionals at UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Cutler Bay have the knowledge and experience necessary to treat a variety of non-life-threatening health conditions, including those that commonly affect children. Our expertise extends far beyond providing pediatric urgent care, though. Our team is also skilled in effectively communicating with children and putting them at ease, which is especially important when they aren’t feeling well. 

Our children's urgent care covers diagnostic and treatment services for: 

  • Colds, coughs, flu, fever, sore throats, and bronchitis
  • Headaches
  • Minor allergic reactions and asthma attacks
  • Bee stings and animal bites
  • Minor burns and lacerations
  • Sprains, strains, and minor fractures
  • Athlete’s foot
  • Chicken pox
  • Infections (ear, eye, urinary tract, and skin)
  • Swimmer’s ear
  • Pink eye (conjunctivitis) and styes
  • Eczema and impetigo
  • Poison ivy and poison oak
  • Splinters
  • Sunburn
  • And more 

Whether a hacking cough is preventing your toddler (and you) from getting any rest, or your teenager sustains a painful fall during a high school basketball game, you can count on UHealth Jackson Urgent Care – Cutler Bay to meet all of your non-emergency pediatric urgent care needs. Stop by with your child whenever he or she needs immediate medical attention for a non-life-threatening illness or injury. With UHealth Jackson Urgent Care, you can feel confident that there is reliable emergency care available near you (although in the event of a true emergency, you should always call 911 or go directly to the neared emergency room).