What´s New?


The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends only the flu SHOT because the effectiveness of the nasal Flumist vaccine has not been established in kids. Therefore SLPA will only be giving the injected flu vaccine this season.

We have morning and late afternoon appointments available. We have also opened some all day flu clinincs. You will need to schedule an appointment for these clinics.

Please call the office at 314-576-1616 to schedule a flu shot appointment.


 SLPA – Walk-In Clinic

St Louis Pediatric Associates is pleased to announce we have a walk in clinic for our existing patients,

Mondays only.  We are not an Urgent Care or ER. Our goal is to provide a convenient service for only the following acute illnesses:   

                                    Ear pain


                    Sore throat

                    Cold Symptoms


                    Urinary tract infection (potty-trained children only)

Clinic check in times:  Monday 7:00 am – 7:45 am

First come - first served. Anyone arriving after 7:45 am will be asked to schedule an appointment with your physician during the day.

We hope to be able to accommodate everyone during the clinic; however, we reserve the right to schedule patients later in the morning if needed.


Reminder: Our phones do not turn on until 8:00 am. You will not be able to call our office during the walk in clinic.

We will not be able to see anyone for a chronic or ongoing illness. 

Children must be over the age of 3 months. Babies under 3 months of age require special care and will need a regularly scheduled appointment with a physician.

  • Children will need to be current on their well care schedule.
  • Parent or legal guardian must accompany any child under the age of 18 to give treatment consent.


  • The physicians staffing the clinic will be rotated; you will likely not see your primary pediatrician.
  • No vaccines will be given.


If your child has something other than one of the above listed items, you will be asked to make an appointment with your physician.