Pediatric Urgent Care Services
If your child gets sick or injured when their pediatrician is not available, what should you do? If it's a serious emergency, take them to the nearest emergency room or call 911. If it's not a serious injury or illness, but they still need medical attention right away, Trios After-Hours Pediatrics can help.
Trios Health offers Kennewick's only after-hours pediatric care with no appointment needed. Staffed by board certified Trios pediatricians, we're ready with the special and comprehensive care your child needs to feel better.
- Comfortable, convenient care for a wide range of illnesses and injuries including colds and flu, sprains and strains, asthma, and more
- On-site x-ray and laboratory services
- Close consultation and information sharing with your child's primary physician
Trios After-Hours Pediatrics
Located inside Trios Urgent Care Center—Columbia Center
7201 W. Grandridge Blvd., Suite 100
Kennewick, WA 99336
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Open Monday through Friday, 5 to 8 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
No appointment needed
If you go to a Trios Urgent Care Center location and our providers determine you need more immediate or complex care, you will be promptly directed or transferred to the nearest hospital emergency room.
When to Go to the Emergency Room
In general, you should go to the emergency room when the danger to health is fairly immediate, such as for:
High fevers (over 100 degrees 0 to 3 months, 104 degrees 3+ months)
Slow or labored breathing
Changes in skin color (pale, yellow, blue, splotchy).
Unless it's a clear emergency, call your baby's doctor first at his or her after-hours number. The doctor can help determine how serious the situation is. It's also a good idea to talk to your baby's doctor during regular appointments about what kinds of symptoms need emergency care. This can help ease your uncertainty in urgent situations.
High fever accompanied by lowered/lack of responsiveness
Broken bones or other potentially serious injuries
Ingestion of toxic chemicals or poisons, or taking the wrong medicine or dose. (For suspected poisoning, call poison control at 800-222-1222 for immediate home treatment advice.)