COVID 19 Update

October 1, 2020 Update

Here at OPP, we are following all CDC and AAP guidelines. The AAP recommends that we still see your child for well visits to keep them healthy and on schedule. It is a requirement that everyone over the age of two(2) wears a mask/face covering into the building, at all three locations. Below are procedures for each office.

Smith Street and Argyle Locations:

  • Both parents and the child that is scheduled are allowed back for the appointment.
  • We are asking you to sign in at our front door with the child’s name and a phone number, and wait in your vehicle.
  • A nurse will then call you as soon as a room has been sanitized for your appointment.
  • Upon entering, a nurse will take your temperature and then escort you to the room.
  • Masks are required for anyone over the age of two.

Fleming Island Office

  • Both parents and the child that is scheduled are allowed back for the appointment.
  • We ask that you sign in at the front desk, then you will have your temperature taken and then be taken to a sanitized room.
  • Masks are required for anyone over the age of two.


— We are screening everyone that calls and enters our offices, to the best of our ability. We are also separating high risk patients from all well visit patients.

— In addition to our nightly cleaning service, we are adding extra cleaning procedures into our daily routines for the safety of our patients/parents.

We are doing our best and are committed to the health and safety of our patients and their families. As always, should you have any concerns/questions, please give us a call!

July 10, 2020 Update

family in masksThese are stressful times for all, and we want to ensure all of our parents that we are taking every precaution to keep your child healthy. We are following all CDC and AAP guidelines. We are requiring everyone over the age of 2 to wear masks when entering all of our locations. We are keeping our waiting rooms empty. We are screening everyone that comes in our offices. We are doing extra cleaning in addition to our cleaning service. We are also doing our best to separate high risk patients from our well child visits.

The AAP is recommending that we continue to see your children for their well child care visits, so they don’t get behind.

Should you have any questions regarding our procedures, please give us a call.

May 18, 2020 Update

Orange Park Pediatrics will continue the existing process for COVID-19 through the month of June.

Please note Baptist Primary Care requires all parents and patients over the age of two to wear a mask, and we encourage you to bring your own to your appointment.

Our Policy

Now that COVID 19 has arrived in our community our team at OPPA want to assure our families that we are taking the health of our patients and staff seriously. We have taken the following measures:

  • Patients will sign in outside our office and wait in their cars. We will call when we have a cleaned exam room ready.
  • Within the next 24 hours we will be seeing all PHYSICALS at our Smith St. office. Our Clay and Argyle offices will be seeing sick only.
  • Only one parent and the patient are allowed at the appointment..

We are in constant communication with the Department of Health and local hospitals and are acting quickly to adhere to all guidelines and recommendations.

Thank you for your understanding of our necessary changes and helping us in our goal to keep everyone healthy!!


Contact us Today!

Now Seeing Patients at All Locations!

We also now have COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Testing available.

To schedule your appointment, please give us a call at one of our locations and we’ll be happy to help.

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