All ONE Pediatrics locations remain open and are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of your family. State regulations require all patients over age 2 and adult caregivers to wear a mask while inside the practice, (a bandanna or scarf is also sufficient).

As an alternative, all practices are offering telehealth appointments for appropriate conditions. Be sure to follow your pediatrician’s office on Facebook for ongoing updates, including information about telemedicine. Each practice’s web site is also linked at the bottom of this page.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that patients stay as current as possible on well visits, which may include important vaccines. Again, every office is taking safety precautions to keep kids healthy in our care!

If your insurance has changed and your child now has Passport or another Medicaid product and you are looking for a provider, please call our offices. We are happy to work with you to coordinate care.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 Homepage

Kentucky State Resource: Providing updated local data on number of cases, hotline contact information, government guidance, and relevant talking points.

Governor Andy Beshear’s Advice on Explaining COVID-19 to Children

A Message from Your Pediatrician:

Our highest priority is the health and well-being of our patients and their families.  In an effort to empower you during these times of uncertainty, we are providing some key information.

Children are less likely to develop a severe infection from COVID19. Even so, if you believe you or your child have been exposed, please call the office and we will provide next steps. If there is a medical emergency and you need to visit the ER due to a suspected exposure, it is important to notify the hospital of your arrival before entering the building. Please call the hospital and alert them that you are on the way.

When you should see us:

  • Any fever (>100.4F) in an infant less than 2 months old
  • Respiratory distress including barking cough, increased effort to breath
  • Signs of dehydration (no tears when crying, dark yellow or strong-smelling urine)
  • Sore throat, but no other signs of a cold
  • Ear pain for more than 2 days in children older than 2 years, or with fever in those under 2
  • Fever (>100.4F) for more than 5 days

Everyday steps you can take to keep your family healthy:

  • Wash your hands (don’t forget the dominant thumb) for at least 20 seconds
  • Cover your cough with the bend of your arm
  • Regularly disinfect commonly touched surfaces
  • Remind your children to not share food or beverages
  • Stay calm

As always, call us if you have any questions.

Providers & Staff of ONE Pediatrics:

All Star Pediatrics        East Louisville Pediatrics         Oldham County Pediatrics        Prospect Pediatrics      Springs Pediatrics                      South Louisville Pediatrics

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One Pediatrics is comprised of several highly esteemed practices in the Kentuckiana region. We have taken the best aspects of each practice and enhanced those features for the benefit of each individual practice. We have combined resources in order to provide the highest quality care to our patients. Our practices offer all the advantages of a large medical group, but maintain the personal touch and devotion only smaller practices can uphold.

Each One Pediatrics practice listed below continues to operate under their own brand identity and governance. By integrating financially and clinically, the unique business model gives each group access to the best qualities a practice can have.

One Pediatrics groups are the first in the Louisville area to achieve Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home Designation. You can view the press release by clicking here.

One Pediatrics Locations

Prospect Pediatrics, PSC

East Louisville Pediatrics, PSC

South Louisville Pediatrics, PSC 

Springs Pediatrics, PLLC 

All-Star Pediatrics, PSC

Oldham County Pediatrics, PLLC