Office Hours for Established patients  

(These are the typical hours.  Please see  COVID-adjusted hours link for updated information).
Please wear a home mask on adults and children (>age 2) during your visit.  
We have now opened the schedule for Well Child visits for July through October 2020.

Monday through Friday:

  • Phone lines to our receptionists are open 8 am -5 pm
  • Regular patient appointment scheduling 9 am - 4 pm
  • Walk-in clinic 7 am - 8:30 am (no appointment needed) On hold for COVID
  • After Hours "Urgent Care" sick visits 5 pm - 7 pm
    Limited Annual Physicals by appointment only 4 pm - 7 pm  

Saturday & Sunday:

  • Urgent Care sick visits by appointment only.  NO WALK-INS
  • 10:00 am - 2:00 pm or later if emergent care is needed.


Oberlin Road Pediatrics offers an On Call Nurse Triage service 24 hours a day 7 days a week. 
OBERLIN ROAD PEDIATRICS TRIAGE NURSE 8 AM TO 8 PM.
WAKE MED TRIAGE NURSE SERVICE 8 PM TO 8 AM. There is a $15 charge for this service.   
Please call (919) 828-4747 to reach any of our nurse triage 24/7.

We are now scheduling well child appointments through December 2020.

Form/prescription pick-up: 8 am until 5 pm weekdays.

If you have not registered on our Patient Portal, then please phone the office to set it up.

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