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Walk-In Hours Update

Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, as of March 16th, we are not not seeing  Walk-In patients at this time. Patients looking to make an appointment with one of our physicians can call the office at 973-538-7700 and will be pre-screened for potential exposure to virus and viral symptoms before making an appointment. We will be extending our available phone hours to help assist in making these appointments.  Additionally, we will extend our normal business hours to limit patient volume in the waiting room while continuing to accommodate the needs of our patients.

We ask that only the patient and one guardian attend the visit to minimize potential exposure. As per our Governor’s executive order, all patients are required to wear a mask or cloth face covering while visiting any of our offices.

Know Before You Go

Welcome to The Pediatric Orthopedic Center Urgent Care / Walk-in Hours.* 

Did your gymnast just twist an ankle falling off the balance beam?  Was your middle schooler injured in gym class and now complaining of wrist pain? Is your toddler unable to walk after he slid down a slide? Orthopedic injuries can occur for a number of reasons.  If your child is in pain following an injury then you need to come to The Pediatric Orthopedic Center Urgent Care. 

The practice that you have trusted for the orthopedic care of your children for the past 25 years now offers walk-in visits for you urgent injuries. Appointments are not required.  We were one of the first orthopedic practices in the state of NJ to open a walk-in, after-hours center for urgent injuries.  In addition, we are still the ONLY orthopedic urgent care center in the state to provide a fully staffed pediatric orthopedic team of specialists. While there are other orthopedic practices that offer urgent care as well, NONE provide pediatric focused specialized care for babies, toddlers, adolescents and teenagers!

You can avoid the hassle of emergency room waits and charges only to then be referred to an orthopedist.  Instead visit The Pediatric Orthopedic Center Urgent Care, allowing you to save money and still get the high quality care you deserve.

You will be seen on a first-come, first-serve basis in a timely manner.  A pediatric fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon will personally evaluate you, so you can feel comfortable that you are getting an accurate exam and diagnosis.  And by skipping the emergency room or general urgent care, you will be starting your treatment as well as your recovery earlier.

We will be able to offer you and your injured child a convenient one-stop visit with X-rays and real-time accurate readings; appropriate musculoskeletal treatment; bracing, splinting and casting; and prescriptions for MRIs or PT.  In addition, besides providing outstanding pediatric orthopedic care, we provide appropriate referrals, follow-up care, and surgical management for more complex injuries and pathology, if necessary.

We commonly will see patients for orthopedic injuries including:

  • Broken/fractured bones
  • Ligament sprains and muscle/tendon strains
  • Specific joint pain

…and more.

Our walk-in hours are conveniently set Monday-Thrusday: 5-8pm; and Saturdays 10am-2pm.  Please call us for more information or if you have any questions at (973) 538-7700.

For true life- and limb-threatening injuries and emergencies (e.g. open fractures, significant deformities, obvious dislocations), please go to your local emergency room.


*Walk-in fees may apply.

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