Angel Kids Pediatrics is an outstanding medical and behavioral health practice with multiple locations in Jacksonville, Amelia Island, and Saint Johns, Florida. Considered an extraordinary resource to the community, by the community, Angel Kids Pediatrics provides more than just basic health care services.
Angel Kids Pediatrics leads the charge in serving children by delivering integrated, accessible, high-quality physical and behavioral health care services. As a practice within the private sector, the commitment and mission of providing exceptional care in a community-based environment plays a vital role in making positive differences in health outcomes for patients.
Created in 2003, Angel Kids Pediatrics is now the largest private pediatric practice in Northeast Florida, with nine convenient locations throughout Jacksonville and surrounding counties. The team comprises more than 30 providers and 100 employees from nine countries who speak 12 languages and work together to deliver outstanding care for nearly 30,000 patients from newborn to age 18. With his skillful team, founder Ashraf Affan, MD, has built an award-winning, diverse practice by recognizing the imperativeness of agility in approaches. The providers at Angel Kids Pediatrics continually emphasize the profound ability to develop and sustain lasting relationships with patients and community collaborators.
The skilled pediatric specialists offer treatments for asthma, allergies, developmental disorders, anxiety, depression, autism, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and other common mental health challenges.
The expert pediatricians provide comprehensive newborn care, sick visits, therapy, as well as prenatal meet and greet visits and breastfeeding consultations. Angel Kids Pediatrics offers exceptional medical care in family and community-based settings.
As Dr. Affan often expresses, “the mission extends far beyond the walls of the clinics in preserving the welfare of children in the community, supporting preventative services and routine access to trusted health care providers must be a top priority.”