Pediatrician in Charlotte, NC

Let us take care of your child from the beginning. Centro Médico Latino is there during infancy, throughout childhood, and into adulthood. Health comes first, and monitoring the health, growth, and development of babies helps to keep them healthy and on track to lifelong wellbeing.

Well-Child Care

Frequent visits are recommended for infants to assure that your child is receiving all the immunizations, vaccinations, nutrition, and developmental support he or she needs to grow. Bringing in your infant every few months is an effective way to maintain health and prevent any potential illnesses, developmental issues, or difficulties in their earliest stages. This allows your pediatrician in Charlotte, North Carolina, to plan out the best treatment plan for your child and your family. Typically, we recommend well child care visits at the following ages:

  • 2 Weeks
  • 2 Months
  • 4 Months
  • 6 Months
  • 12 Months
  • 15 to 18 Months
  • 24 Months
  • Yearly After the First Year

School, Sports, and Camp Physicals

Let Centro Médico Latino prepare your child for their upcoming school, sports, or camp physical exam requirement. Get ready for the new school year, changing of schools, or sports season with a bill of good health. Centro Médico Latino offers a back to school season special for physicals. If you’re interested, please contact our local pediatrician by phone, email, or in person.


At Centro Médico Latino, we understand that health is supported by treating the whole person. That’s why we offer compassionate and professional counseling services for your child.

Immunizations and Vaccinations

Stay up to date with your child’s immunizations and vaccines. It is the best way to maintain health and prevent the spread of disease in schools and amongst families.

Is Your Child Up to Date On Vaccines?

Keeping up with immunizations is an important way to prevent sickness and disease. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention outlines which immunizations are ideal for your body depending on age, activity and preexisting health conditions. We are part of the North Carolina State Vaccine Program.

  • Measles, Mumps and Rubela
  • Meningococcal Meningitis
  • Hemophilus Influenza
  • Hepatitis A & B
  • Chicken Pox
  • Pneumonia
  • Typhoid
  • TDap
  • Polio

CDC Vaccines for Children: Free for Those in Need

We recommend that you visit  The CDC, or Center for Disease Control and Prevention, has a program called “Vaccines for Children.” VFC is a federal program that provides free vaccinations to children who don’t have insurance in Charlotte (uninsured children), as well as children whose insurance doesn’t cover the vaccines necessary to stay healthy and prevent the spread of disease (underinsured children).

Here at the affordable Centro Médico Latino, our pediatric care team is happy to provide you with the full range of vaccinations so that your child stays healthy, no matter what your budget or insurance situation. These vaccinations prevent your child from getting sick with 16 different diseases, many of which can be life threatening and spread quickly amongst communities.

Care for Illnesses

When children become ill, we are here to help them get better. Our kind doctors and providers deliver gentle treatments and medicine your child needs to return to their daily routine.

Asthma and Allergies

From daily asthma to allergy medicine, we will ensure you and your child are provided with the appropriate care to preserve the child’s wellbeing.

Strep Throat and Ear Infections

Centro Médico Latino will diagnose and treat strep throat and ear infections from beginning to end. As painful and bothersome these infections can be, it is important to receive treatment as soon as possible.

Fevers, Rashes, and More

We understand how rapidly illnesses and infections spread amongst children. Centro Médico Latino is knowledgeable in various pediatric conditions and will implement effective child care.

Contact a pediatrician from our clinic to schedule your child’s appointment. We proudly serve patients in Charlotte and Monroe, North Carolina, and the surrounding areas.