Pediatric Care in Our Clinics
UnityPoint Health – Meriter clinics: Conveniently located throughout Greater Madison
We are proud to now offer primary care services for children and adolescents at the following clinics: Meriter DeForest-Windsor, Meriter Fitchburg, Meriter Middleton, Meriter Monona, Meriter Stoughton, Meriter McKee in southwest Madison and at our downtown Meriter West Washington location. Convenient appointment access is available for our pediatric patients.
After-Hours Care Now Available to Pediatric Patients
We know that kids don't just get sick during standard clinic hours, that's why we've opened the UnityPoint Health – Meriter After-Hours Clinic. Available, by appointment, this clinic is staffed by physicians on evenings and weekends. Click here for more information.
Pediatrician Meet & Greets Available!
Are you trying to choose a new primary care doctor for your child, but want to talk to them in person first? Our physicians are happy to provide free Meet and Greet consultations where you can ask questions and discuss how we can serve you best. Call one of our clinics to make an appointment.
ImPACT Concussion Testing
UnityPoint Health – Meriter offers ImPACT testing to student athletes in our community. ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Test) is a user-friendly, online computer-based neurocognitive testing program that helps determine concussion severity, as well as if and when it is safe for an athlete to return to sports. Find out more!
Adoption Medicine Program
Led by Kristin Millin, MD, the UnityPoint Health Meriter Adoption Medicine program lends helpful medical guidance to families adopting a child either domestically or internationally. Click here for more information.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Congenital (birth) defects can have physical and psychological impacts on the growth of a child. Plastic surgery can help to improve or correct many birth defects. Working as a multidisciplinary team, the UnityPoint Health - Meriter Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery program and the child's pediatrician coordinate the most effective treatment plan.