• Open 7 days a week

    Daily walk-in clinic for sick kids—no appointment needed!

    Same day care is our commitment to you and your family.

    Monday-Friday 8-10 AM 9669 E. 146th Street, Suite 300
    Saturday 8:30-10 AM 8101 Clearvista Parkway, Suite 185
    Sunday 4:30-6 PM 9669 E. 146th Street, Suite 300
    Same day scheduled appointments also available.
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  • Open 7 days a week

    You're kidding, right?

    Same day appointments on weekdays, and we're open on weekends.

    It's true! Phone lines open on weekdays at 7:30 am.
    Make an appointment online
    or call 317-621-9000
  • Welcome to Northpoint

    Welcome to Northpoint Pediatrics

    We are open 7 days a week. That's right. And we have two locations for your convenience. When your child is sick, we are here to help.

    Call today at 317-621-9000

    We are open on weekends!

    Community Hospital North Campus Saturday, 8:30-10am

    Community Health Pavilion on 146th St. Sunday, 4:30-6pm

  • New office opening

    New office on 146th Street is open

    Northpoint Pediatrics merged the Saxony and Fishers offices into a larger and high-tech location with new services.

    View Map Community Health Pavilion
    9669 E. 146th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060

    Learn more about the services and offerings
    • Parking with covered drive through
    • Imaging (X-ray - CT scans)
    • Rehab and Sports Medicine
    • MACL Lab
    • Orthopedics
    • Pharmacy in building
  • Looking for a Pediatrician?

    Looking for a pediatrician?

    We offer complimentary visits to get acquainted with Northpoint Pediatrics physicians. At these visits you will have the opportunity to meet with one of our physicians and ask any questions you may have.

    Why Choose a Pediatrician?

    Pediatricians have more training in caring for children, understand that children are not small adults, cutting edge knowledge & experience. Learn more

  • Pertussis

    Protect against whooping cough

    Pertussis, or whooping cough, is very contagious and can develop into serious illness. Children should get their recommended five shots. Adults should also be vaccinated to protect the young, especially newborns (grandparents too).

    Protect your family: Learn more about Pertussis signs & symptoms

    Protect their tomorrows

    Mother and actress Keri Russell explains how you can protect your children and prevent the spread of this disease.
    Watch Video | Vaccine Schedule