About Us!

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  • MVP Kids Care Has Three Offices To Serve Our Valley Families – One In Phoenix At 51st Avenue And Camelback Road, One In Avondale At Dysart And McDowell Road, And One In Laveen At 51st Ave And Baseline.
  • MVP Kids Care was established in 1962; then known as Maryvale Pediatric Clinic, we were the only pediatricians in the West Valley. We have seen the neighborhood change and grow and we have grown with it, adding a second office in Avondale and a third office in Laveen to better suit our patients’ needs.We specialize in the care of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. MVP Kids Care consider your child’s health our top priorityVisits are an open discussion between you, your child, and the physician, and we encourage you to ask questions about your child’s health and well-being.
Need an appointment?
While MVP Kids Care suggests patients should make appointments with a specific practitioner to maintain continuity of care, our office will also ensure access to care by having same day appointments available. In certain situations we do also offer walk-in appointments for sick children.
While patients with an appointment will typically be given priority, we do our best to take care of our walk-in or late arrival patients in a timely manner. Urgent situations will always take precedence and we ask our families to understand that these circumstances may cause for a longer wait.
We are available to our patients 24/7 for urgent issues. Calls will first fo through our triage service and you will receive medical advice per our providers’ instructions. If needed the triage service will contact our on-call provider and they will reach out to you immediately.

Vaccination Policy

We actively give immunizations on site in accordance with policies from the AAP and CDC. Our office is a pro-vaccination clinic. We firml believe that vaccinating children and teens to prevent them from acquiring life-threatening diseases, is one of the most important services that we offer. Simply put, vaccines save lives.