Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine (AYA)
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Our Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) program provides comprehensive patient care that considers the physical, emotional, social, economic and spiritual needs for male and female patient’s ages 11 to 21 years of age.
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Please contact our office at 214-456-9099 if you would like more information about our clinic, appointment information, prescription refills or have questions about your medications.
Please leave a message when calling this number. All voicemails are forwarded to a confidential line and will receive a call back from our nursing and/or scheduling staff. Please be sure to provide the patient’s name, the patient’s date of birth, and the reason for the call as well as a call back number.
Why Children's Health℠?
The Adolescent and Young Adult Clinic (AYA) employs pediatricians trained to care for the unique physical and emotional needs of patients 11 to 21 years old.
As specialists, they do not replace the primary care provider (PCP), but serve as an additional resource to promote adolescent health. Patients are seen for consultation when referred by their private physician.
Children’s Health serves as a teaching institution for the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center medical school. This allows AYA patients access to the resources of a nationally recognized academic institution including high-quality evidence-based care. Resident physicians participate in providing care for AYA patients, but patients will always also be seen by an attending physician.
Conditions We Treat
The AYA providers at Children’s Health work with patients and their families on a wide variety of needs. Please contact our office at 214-456-9099 to schedule an appointment.
- Breast Pathology
- Dysmenorrhea - Irregular or painful Periods
- Contraceptive (birth control) & reproductive counseling
- Mood disorders & mental health (depression concerns)
- Nutrition & weight management
- Penile Lesions
- Sexually transmitted infection (STI)
See more conditions we treat here.