Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Drop-in Immunization Clinic Hours
9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. & 1:30 to 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The pediatrics department is dedicated to the health and well being of infants, children, and teens offering care to children from birth to 18 years of age. We place an emphasis on establishing a long relationship of trust and care with our patients and their families. We are committed to delivery of high quality care by a professional and compassionate staff by treating patients as we would our own families. Many of our staff are bilingual with primary emphasis on providing care for our Spanish-speaking patients.
We offer a wide range of services not only for acute problems and well-child evaluations but also for a variety of more specialized care services. Our areas of expertise include special care for teens, help with breast feeding, instruction for asthma care and in-department mental health services to name a few. We have providers with special interest in neonatology, infectious disease, learning problems, adolescent medicine and asthma. We have regularly scheduled pediatric specialty care offered in genetics and endocrinology.
We all need immunizations (also called vaccines or shots) to help protect us from serious diseases. To help keep our community safe, The Kaiser Permanente Pediatric Department is proudly participating in National Immunization Awareness Month.
Prepare for your child’s well care visit
- Reach Out and Read
- Encouraging a Healthy Weight for Your Child
- Dental Care for Children
- Dental Care for Children (en Español)
Health Certificate for School or Sports
If your child needs a Health Certificate for school or sports and is current on well care visits, please call the (Medical Secretary Department) at 707-571-4169 to obtain a Health Certificate without an appointment.
Welcome to Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa’s Pediatric Parent Advisory Council (PAC) – A group of dedicated parents working to make your experience at Kaiser Permanente better for your entire family.
Reach Out and Read
The Reach Out and Read program is a national effort to prepare children for school. The program was designed by a team of pediatricians and early childhood educators from Boston Medical Center in 1989. It integrates parent education about literacy development into regular pediatric care for children between the ages of six months and five years, taking advantage of regularly scheduled well-child visits to reach parents of young children before they enter school.
Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa became a Reach Out and Read site in June 2001. When your child visits his/her pediatrician for a regular well child exam between the age of six months and 5 years of age he/she will be given a developmentally and culturally appropriate book as a gift. The immediate goal of Reach Out and Read is for the children to begin incorporating these books as a source of entertainment as they accumulate a library of books.
We gladly accept donations of new and gently used books, as well as contributions to buy new books. We always need volunteers to read to children in our pediatric waiting room.