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Pediatrics & Child Care

Peak Vista Community Health Centers provides high-quality specialized care for children in the Pikes Peak and Eastern Plains region, including a specialized Pediatric Health Center in Colorado Springs and special programs to assist with child care.

Pediatric Health Center at International Circle

At Peak Vista's Pediatric Health Center at International Circle, we strive to provide exceptional health care for children of all ages, including medical care, dental care, and behavioral health care.

2828 International Circle , Suite 140
Colorado Springs, CO 80910

Hours of Operation:
7:30 am–6:00 pm

Well-Child Waiting Areas
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Finding a daytime babysitter can often be a barrier to accessing health care, so Peak Vista offers convenient Well-Child Waiting Areas at no cost to our patients. Conveniently located in three of our family health centers, our Well-Child Waiting Areas allow parents to drop off their healthy children for complimentary childcare, so the parent can attend their clinical appointment. During the child’s stay with our experienced, certified, and caring Well-Child Attendants, time is spent on education and interaction with toys, books, and other engaging learning tools.

Parents do not need to make arrangements to drop off children into Well Child Centers. Simply stop by 5-10 minutes prior to your appointment to check your child in. Available for children between the 6 months and 12 years of age. Children's temperatures will be checked upon check-in. 

Well-Child Waiting Area Locations

Health Center at Union
Hours of Operation:
Monday–Friday, 8:00 am–5:00 pm*

International Circle
Hours of Operation:
Monday–Friday, 8:00 am–5:00 pm*

Health Center at Academy
Hours of Operation:
Monday–Friday, 8:00 am–5:00 pm*

*There may be an occasional need to close for the lunch hour between 12pm and 1pm, as determined by staffing needs.

First Visitor Program
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Birth to age 5 are magical years in a baby's life. Our First Visitor program provides FREE, one-on-one support for parents and caregivers in the comfort of their own home. We provide emotional support, connect parents and caregivers with free community resources, and share information on health, nutrition, safety and important developmental milestones.

First Visitor partners with Bright by Three, a statewide organization that provides our evidence-based materials and together our purpose is to help make Colorado the best place to raise a child under the age of five.

We also offer free home visits, which include:

  • A gift for your baby/toddler
  • Information about child development
  • A key tag with age appropriate activities
  • Connections to community resources

Peak Vista Community Health Centers understands that the first five years of a baby’s life are crucial to their long-term development and overall wellbeing. That’s why we are proud to offer broad-based support to parents and caregivers of babies and toddlers that includes crucial information on how to engage with and care for your child at every stage of their development. We offer four programs: Program A, B, C and D for parents with children from the prenatal stage all the way up to age five.

First Visitor offers FREE Classes to learn more about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and Abusive Head Trauma (AHT) or Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) *Classes are offered in English/Spanish*

These classes cover prevention:

How to avoid putting young infants at risk of SIDS with a focus on behavior and environment. SBS helps you identify the signs of abuse and preventive measures to ensure your baby stays safe.

To register call 719.344.6639 or Text to 719.761.8701

Must reserve a spot—Limited to 5 participants, due to COVID-19, all participants must wear a mask!

** We also provide individual classes at your convenience,

Children Youth and Family Services 0-3 Program

The Children Youth and Family Services 0-3 Program protects and supports the county’s most vulnerable families with young children. When families with children who are three years old or younger are reported for suspected abuse or neglect, a DHS caseworker and a nurse practitioner visit the family. Their focus is the health of the entire family. During the visit in the family’s home, the nurse practitioner completes full medical exams on the children and helps the parents understand critical care issues, such as safe sleep and nutrition. At that same visit, the nurse practitioner can set up appointments for the family at Peak Vista or any other local primary care provider, call in prescriptions and find resources for transportation. The DHS caseworker is also at the visit, assessing the situation and connecting the family with community resources, such as Peak Vista’s First Visitor program. This partnership between DHS and Peak Vista is unique in its comprehensive approach to supporting families.

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