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San Juan Health Partners Pediatrics
407 South Schwartz, Suite 102
Farmington, NM 87401
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

To schedule a flu and/or a COVID vaccine, call us at 505.609.6700 for an appointment. 

San Juan Health Partners Pediatrics offers a team of compassionate and experienced providers who are all dedicated to caring for your children. Our relationship with your family often starts at birth, with our doctors and advanced care practitioners performing check-ups on newborns at San Juan Regional Medical Center. We foster the relationships with the families we serve over the years and have the privilege of watching your children grow and thrive as we offer well-check visits, treatment for illnesses, vaccinations, screenings, sports physicals and more.

Getting care for your child is now even more convenient. Our pediatric specialists from San Juan Health Partners Pediatrics are offering appointments for established and new pediatric patients in Aztec. Convenience you need, quality you trust. Call San Juan Health Partners Family Medicine at 505.334.3404 to schedule your child’s visit in Aztec.

Video: RSV - What You Need to Know 

Our Saturday Walk-in Clinic is open and will run through April of 2023. Hours are Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. This clinic is for established patients only with illness type symptoms, not for well checks. We are accepting new patients if your child is not yet an established patient. Call us at 505.609.6700. 

Meet Our Team of Specialists

Video: Transitioning Into Adult Care



Video: The importance of childhood vaccinations



Learn about our new No Show Policy


Well Child Visits

Dr. Brad Scoggins with San Juan Health Partners Pediatrics talks about what to expect during your child's visit.




Children's Mental Health 

Mental health is becoming a prominent topic as the pandemic progresses. Pediatric Mental Health Specialist Jonathan Palmer talks about children's mental health, including signs parents should look out for, how to improve mental health, and how mental health relates to a child's physical health.

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