After Hours Care, Now Open!

by |  October 15th, 2013

Health care for kids, when they need it

Kids get sick at the most inconvenient times! And, with 70% of pediatrician’s offices open only during standard business hours, parents have had to turn to convenience care clinics and urgent care centers for treatment.

But do parents sacrifice quality of care for convenience?

Children are not little adults and can have unique medical issues. Because pediatricians represent only a small percentage of the urgent care workforce, most convenience care centers are staffed with practitioners who are less experienced treating kids.

Enter the new pediatric medical home model…411 Pediatrics & After Hours Care, offering health care for children 7 days a week, including evenings!

My vision was to build a health care practice for children that would offer what families today need— all under one roof—because kids (and parents) deserve the right type of care at the right time.

Besides general wellness care, 411 Pediatrics after-hours care treats children’s minor illnesses and injuries by pediatric-trained specialists, and offers secure web-based and text communications for families.

And any family can bring their children to our office and we will coordinate their care with their existing pediatrician.

Ari Brown, MD

411 Pediatrics


Dr. Ari Brown is a pediatrician and a mom. Dr. Brown is Board Certified and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She has been in private practice for over 20 years. Her passion to advocate for children and educate families extends beyond the office setting. She is the co-author the bestselling "411" parenting book series including Expecting 411: Clear Answers and Smart Advice for your Pregnancy, Baby 411, and Toddler 411. Dr. Brown has received several professional awards including the Ralph Feigin, MD Award for Professional Excellence, the prestigious Profiles in Power Award by the Austin Business Journal for her service to the community, Austin's Favorite Pediatrician by Austin Family Magazine, and Texas Monthly Magazine's Super Doctor.

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