The Children’s Clinic

At this time, The Children’s Clinic has adjusted hours: Open from 8 am to 5pm Monday to Friday and 9 am to 12 pm on Saturday.

COVID-19 Updates

Health updates and clinic policies surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic including CDC guidelines and our check-in process.

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Portal & App

Patient Portal is a secure, convenient, and easy-to-use website that gives you round-the-clock access to your child’s health information.

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New Patients

New patients are always welcome at The Children’s Clinic. We are honored that you are considering our clinic to care for your child/children.

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The Children’s Clinic – Jonesboro’s #1 Pediatric Clinic

We are committed to protecting and promoting the growth, development, and health of all children – is displayed in our patient waiting room. This is not merely a statement. The physicians and staff at The Children’s Clinic strive to meet those goals every day. We are honored to be the medical home to a great number of young people and would be pleased to serve your children’s needs.



Our provider team consists of 7 Pediatricians and 5 APRNs with a support staff of over 50.

Meet Our Providers

Our specialty is pediatrics or the healthcare of young people from birth through young adulthood.

Our Services


Monday - Friday

9:00 am to 4:30 pm: By Appointment
8:00 am to 5:00 pm: Acute Walk-In Clinic*


9:00 am to 12:00 pm:  Acute Walk-In Clinic*



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Latest News

When Is a Fever an Emergency?
When Is a Fever an Emergency?

While for the majority of children fever is not an emergency- there are…

Fever is Good – Most of the Time
Fever is Good – Most of the Time

For parents, doctors and pharmacy companies, fever has been thought to…

Fever Phobia
Fever Phobia

In 1980, Pediatrician  Dr. Barton Schmitt created the term “Fever Phobia”…