Adolescent Medicine & the HHT Center
Please note: you may be asked to defer your visit to a later date or complete your visit over the phone for now. If you have symptoms that you are worried about, please call your primary care doctor or the following hotlines: Missouri Department of Health - 877-435-8411, St Louis County Health Department - 314-615-2660, St. Charles County Health Department - 636-949-1899. Thank you for your understanding.
Now Offering Virtual Visits
Life seems very different during these challenging times, but Washington University Department of Pediatrics is here to care for your child’s needs, just as we’ve always been. With virtual visits, you can see your doctor without a visit to the office. Our staff will walk you through every step of the process. Learn more: https://physicians.wustl.edu/for-patients/virtual-visits/
The health of our patients and staff is our top priority. During the COVID-19 pandemic, here is what we are doing to keep everyone safe during your office visit:
- We require all patients and visitors over 2 years old to wear a mask.
- We recommend one visitor accompany our pediatric patients at this time, although a maximum of two will be allowed.
- You will be screened for symptoms of COVID-19 when you arrive for your appointment. You may be asked to reschedule if symptoms are present.
- Practice social distancing and stay at least 6 feet apart from others when possible.
- If you have a MyChart account, please complete the online check-in and payment before your visit.
Provide care for patients aged 12-21 years and serve as a resource for health care professionals with questions or other needs related to adolescent health care.
Provide teaching in adolescent medicine.
Develop areas of clinical research in adolescent medicine & collaborate with groups to improve the health of our youth.
See the Clinical Activities for additional information.
The specialty of adolescent medicine has developed in response to the unique health care needs of adolescents. Knowledge of the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social changes that adolescents undergo, as well as the disease processes that occur during adolescence, is vital when caring for patients in this age group. Typical concerns for adolescents that we see include reproductive health, depression, anxiety and eating disorders.