Who We Are
Adelaide Paediatrics’ mission has always been “Helping Children and Families Thrive”. 10 years on, and this continues to be woven throughout the fabric of each and every day at Adelaide Paediatrics. We have a longing to make expert Paediatric Healthcare local and accessible to all areas of need in South Australia. Borne out of a desire to be part of the solution by meeting the huge sea of need in our community amongst children, adolescents and their families, with experienced teams of committed medical and allied health professionals working collaboratively to provide the best comprehensive healthcare for our patients.
Adelaide Paediatrics comprises an elite private multidisciplinary team of medical and allied health professionals providing easily accessible much-needed therapy and medical support for children across the city of Adelaide and beyond. Our passionate and dedicated team of practitioners offers assessment, support and therapy for children with medical or developmental needs.
Our focus is trained on the single most important thing; each interaction taking place before us with a child and their family, providing compassionate and professional support so they can achieve their full potential in their physical and mental health and functioning. Our impact on a community occurs one child at a time, by optimising every child’s growth and development wherever possible.
Stripping it back to absolute basics, our conviction is that every child matters all the time, and every child is deserving of these opportunities.
What Makes Adelaide Paediatrics Different
Adelaide Paediatrics’ doctors, practitioners and staff care about your family and what you are going through. We take the time to listen and understand you so that you feel supported and empowered to work together with us to care for your child. We know that medical issues in children sometimes cannot wait so if an appointment is required urgently, we will accommodate as best we can and can usually offer an urgent appointment with a paediatrician within 7 days. Waiting times are generally kept as short as possible so your child can be seen without a long delay.