We’ll be closed on Monday, September6th in observance of Labor Day. For medical issues that can’t wait until Tuesday, call the office and follow the prompts to reach us. Be sure to check out the “Is Your Child Sick” Symptom Checker on this page for information and advice about over 100 symptoms and illness!
Our office will close at noon on Thursday, December 31st for the New Year’s holiday and will reopen on Monday morning January 4th, at 8:00 am. Here’s how you can reach us when the office is closed…
A Letter To Our Kids: Yes, we can and will continue to see you in the office for your well checks and sometimes sick visits. But more and more we see you on our computer screens while we visit with you using our fancy Telehealth technology.
It is with great sadness that we share with our Weiss Pediatric Care families that Elliot, our kind, compassionate, sensitive, therapy dog has died.
Weiss Pediatric Care is accepting new patients! Check out our most recent blog to find out about our “back to the future” care for kids and meet our amazing team, including our award-winning, Dr. Weiss and our two nurse practitioners, Ali and Tara, who are especially popular with our preteen and teen girls.
Weiss Pediatric Care will be closed in observance of the holidays on December 25th and January 1st. Whenever the office is closed, you can be assured that we’re here for you ’round the clock! Just one more way that Weiss Pediatric Care offers pediatric care for Sarasota/Manatee County families that goes above and beyond!
We’ll be closed for the following holidays – Thanksgiving, Nov 24 & 25; Christmas, Dec 26; New Years, January 2. But you can always reach us by phone for urgent concerns that can’t wait until the office reopens!
Not all illnesses are created equally when it comes to the time it takes to address them adequately. Check out our Walk-In Hour info to see if a Walk-In visit is right for your child’s symptoms.
We’re closing early today, Thursday, October 6th. Check out our blog for details. See you tomorrow!
We’re closing at noon today to ensure that our team and our families are safe as the storms approaches. If your child has an urgent medical concern that can’t wait until we reopen, please call the office and press “1” to reach us.