Personalized care that exceeds expectations, close to home.
At UCHealth Pediatric Care – Loveland, we love caring for children and truly enjoy seeing their smiling faces at annual well-checks. We also enjoy working with their families to restore their smiles when they’re not feeling well.
We offer the best in pediatric services and our highly-trained and compassionate staff can help your child obtain and maintain optimal health. From routine physicals and vaccines to maintenance of chronic conditions, our providers take the time to listen to your concerns and to develop a plan for care that meets the needs of your child.
We recognize that all children are different, so we provide individualized care by responding to the needs of every child who visits us. Our goal is to make a difference in the health and happiness of children and families in a friendly, non-intimidating environment.
Services we provide
UCHealth Pediatric Care – Loveland offers the following services for your child’s healthcare needs:
- Comprehensive and preventative care for infants, children and adolescents, including school and sports physicals and wellness exams.
For your convenience
- Online scheduling.
- Advance check-in for appointments.
- Electronic medical records (linked with the main hospital).
Conditions we treat
Some of the common conditions the providers at UCHealth Pediatric Care – Loveland treat include:
What to bring
- Your photo ID (driver’s license, passport, state or military ID are acceptable)
- Your insurance card. If covered by a spouse’s policy, know your spouse’s date of birth and Social Security number
- List of current medications taken by your child
My Health Connection - your online patient portal
We encourage all of our patients to sign up for My Health Connection and download the UCHealth mobile app. This is your personal patient portal to request prescription refills, to view your medical records or test results.
Child access. My Health Connection’s child access can be used by parents or legal guardians of dependent children. Access by parents or guardians is not restricted for patients under the age of 14. Patients aged 14 to 18 may have the legal right to consent to certain types of medical treatment themselves. They do not need consent by their parent or guardian. UCHealth respects the rights of these young patients to keep their medical care private.