Baptist Primary Care
Together, Baptist Health and Wolfson Children’s Hospital provide all types of care for kids, including primary care, specialty care, emergency care, imaging, and more.
Choose the type of care you're looking for:
Baptist Health pediatricians care for your newborn, toddler, child and teen with well-child visits, sick visits, immunizations, school and sports physicals, chronic condition support and more.
From common childhood injuries and illnesses, to complex conditions, emergency care, mental health problems and more, nationally ranked Wolfson Children's Hospital is here for your family.
Looking for a pediatrician? Baptist Health has several options when you're looking for expert pediatric care for your child.
Choose a practice to learn more:
Offices in San Jose and Ponte Vedra. Serving families in San Jose corridor, Baymeadows, Ponte Vedra and Nocatee.
Office is near Baptist South, serving Mandarin, Southside, Bartram, St. Johns County and 210 communities.
Offices in Orange Park, Argyle Forest and Fleming Island. Keeping Children in Clay healthy since 1975.
Choose a pediatrician located within a Baptist Primary Care office, where the entire family can be seen in the same place. These offices are in South Mandarin and Regency.
Select a provider below to learn more and request an appointment.
Baptist Primary Care
Ashley Pound Butler, DNP
Insights from our experts at Baptist Health and Wolfson Children's.
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Referrals to Pediatric Specialists
If your child needs specialty care, Baptist pediatricians can refer to our pediatric specialists at Wolfson Children’s. As a nationally ranked children’s hospital, Wolfson Children’s uses the latest research, technology, and medical advances. We will coordinate your child’s care if they need referrals for chronic health problems or special developmental, learning, and mental-health needs.