Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care is a premier urgent care delivering the high quality care.

When your children are sick, you need a pediatric practitioner who cares. At Night Watch Pediatrics our waits are short and our hours are long. We’re open 7 days a week, 365 days out of the year – including holidays. Everyone on our staff, from the pediatricians to the receptionists, has been hand-selected to meet unique criteria.


No, you do not need an appointment to visit Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care. You can visit our office on a walk-in basis. 

Most patients are treated and released in about an hour. However, visit times vary depending on the number of patients at the center and the severity of their injuries or illness. Patients who require tests, such as x-rays or labs, may require some additional time.

We can also schedule an appointment if you prefer.

At Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care our waits are short and hours are long.

Every visit is different depending on the severity and service. At Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care we try our best to provide care quickly and efficiently.

We usually attend to your child within 30 mins. Most visits take less than an hour depending on additional X-Ray and Lab tests required during the visit.

Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care works with most leading Insurance companies in Virginia.

You can view the full list of Insurance accepted here. 

What if I don't have insurance?

A cash payment plan is available for qualified patients. Please check with our office for more details regarding the Cash payment plan.

Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care provides care for children of all ages.

We provide care for infants and toddlers, pre-teens, adolescents and young adults.

Of course! Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care will work closely with your Primary Care Physician after your visit?

At Night Pediatric Urgent Care we consider ourselves as an extension to primary care physician/pediatrician and urge you to visit us when:

  • your primary care physician/pediatrician is unavailable
  • a convenient alternative to the emergency department (for non-life-threatening emergencies)
  • services that are typically unavailable at your doctors office (such as X-Rays, Labs and procedures such as laceration repair and splinting).

Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care will work closely with your pediatrician after your visit. Your pediatrician will receive a copy of your medical report, discharge instructions and test results for any X-Rays or Labs carried our on-site after your visit.

As a pediatric urgent care facility, we do not provide routine pediatric services such as vaccinations and immunizations because we believe those services should only be performed by your pediatrician.

We can provide physicals in some situations when your physician is not available. Please check with our office to schedule a Physical with our office.

Labs & X-Rays

Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care has a lab drawing station and X-ray services with a radiologist available for on-site lab readings. This streamlines the process of obtaining test results and X-Rays to provide better diagnosis and treatment plans.

Why Urgent Care?

Urgent care is immediate medical attention for a variety of non-life-threatening conditions and other general medical needs that arise in unforeseen situations.

Night Watch Pediatric Urgent Care is the perfect option when you need care on short notice and don't want to deal with ER wait times and costs. Our Urgent care center is staffed by nurses and doctors who treat serious but non-life threatening conditions.

Urgent Care Center treats illnesses, infections, minor fractures, sprains, joint pains, fever, cold, flu, minor cuts, minor burns, vomiting, stomach pains, urinary tract infections (UTIs) and other common illnesses.

Average visit time: < 1 hour (usually under 30 mins)

Why Emergency Care?

An emergency condition is a life-threatening condition that may require advanced treatment, such as a heart attack or stroke, a serious head injury, or other severe trauma.

If you have a life-threatening injury or illness, immediately call 911 or proceed to your nearest Emergency Room.

ER treats head injuries, severe broken bones, seizure, loss of consciousness, uncontrolled bleeding, sudden numbness, weakness or other life-threatening conditions.  

Average visit time: > 3 hours
Average cost: $2,259 (provided by Cigna)

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