Pediatric Specialists in North Carolina

Charlotte (431)Durham (317)Chapel Hill (281)Raleigh (274)Greenville (157)
Winston Salem (150)Greensboro (145)Cary (93)Asheville (72)Fayetteville (60)Wilmington (60)Concord (42)High Point (36)Gastonia (34)Huntersville (32)Matthews (31)Hendersonville (31)Burlington (31)Wake Forest (26)Goldsboro (24)New Bern (24)Jacksonville (21)Garner (20)Shelby (20)Hickory (20)Sanford (19)Monroe (19)Mooresville (19)Rocky Mount (19)Clayton (18)Lumberton (18)Camp Lejeune (17)Clemmons (17)Kernersville (17)Franklin (17)Fort Bragg (16)Marion (16)Statesville (16)Southern Pines (16)Salisbury (16)Holly Springs (15)Brevard (15)Arden (14)Lexington (14)Thomasville (14)Knightdale (14)Elizabeth City (13)Albemarle (13)Apex (12)Boone (12)Clyde (12)North Wilkesboro (11)Mount Airy (11)Morrisville (11)Kannapolis (11)Lenoir (10)Laurinburg (10)La Grange (10)Morehead City (10)Raeford (10)Asheboro (10)Fuquay Varina (10)Sylva (9)Henderson (9)Princeton (9)Winterville (9)Trinity (9)Washington (8)Smithfield (8)Reidsville (8)Lincolnton (8)Mocksville (8)Kinston (8)Kenansville (8)Davidson (8)Dunn (8)Hillsborough (8)Carrboro (7)Waxhaw (7)Canton (7)Roanoke Rapids (7)Tarboro (7)Wilson (7)Whiteville (7)Havelock (6)Roxboro (6)Harrisburg (6)Pinehurst (6)Eden (6)Elon (6)Denver (6)Granite Falls (5)Hampstead (5)Indian Trail (5)Supply (5)Conover (5)Advance (4)Morganton (4)Cherokee (4)Ahoskie (4)Rutherfordton (4)Kings Mountain (4)Nags Head (4)Hope Mills (4)Elkin (4)Oak Ridge (4)Forest City (4)Spindale (4)Mebane (4)Clinton (4)Leland (4)Jefferson (4)Zebulon (4)Spruce Pine (3)Pembroke (3)Murphy (3)Louisburg (3)Lillington (3)Wesley Chapel (3)Siler City (3)Williamston (3)Faison (3)Edenton (3)Cornelius (3)Belmont (3)Farmville (3)

Learn more about Pediatric Specialists

A pediatrician specializes in the physical, developmental, emotional and social health needs of children from birth to 21 years. Pediatricians provide infants, children and adolescents with a wide scope of care that includes comprehensive well-child care as well as prevention, diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic diseases and injuries.

A pediatrician typically:

  • Examines the patient and evaluates their medical history
  • Provides primary healthcare services and immunizations
  • Provides health risk assessments and counseling
  • Diagnoses and treats acute and chronic diseases and conditions
  • Assesses growth and development
  • Orders and interprets laboratory and imaging tests and prescribes medications
  • Educates patients and their caretakers about wellness and disease prevention
  • Consults with other members of the patient’s medical team
  • Provides ongoing pediatric care in the doctor’s office, clinic and hospital

Pediatricians may also be known by the following names: pediatric physician, pediatric doctor, children’s doctor, primary care doctor, kids doctor, and primary care physician.

There are 2746 specialists practicing Pediatrics in North Carolina with an overall average rating of 4.2 stars. There are 137 hospitals in North Carolina with affiliated Pediatrics specialists, including Duke University Hospital, WakeMed Raleigh Campus and University of North Carolina Hospital.