Adolescent Health Clinic
To make an appointment, call Central Scheduling at (414) 607-5280 or toll-free (877) 607-5280.
Adolescence is the developmental stage that is the final transition from childhood into adulthood. This is an important time when your teen begins to take greater responsibility for his or her own health care.
Adolescents have diverse health needs including those related to their physical development, nutrition, body image and emotional well-being. 'Tweens and teens are seen in the Adolescent Health Clinic for:
- General physical development and concerns related to male and female puberty.
- Assessment for eating disorders including anorexia and bulimia.
- Nutrition and health.
- Stress and anxiety.
- Developmental and transitional periods complicated by chronic illness, developmental or learning disorders.
Who will my teen see?
The clinic utilizes a multidisciplinary team approach to your teen's care that may include an adolescent medicine physician, certified pediatric nurse practitioner, registered nurse, dietitian or social worker with referrals to additional hospital specialists like dermatologists, endocrinologists, psychologists and gynecologists as needed.