Washington University pediatric advanced practice providers offer non-emergent care for your child’s minor illnesses and injuries. To assure your safety and minimize the spread of  COVID-19, please notify the receptionist if you are experiencing COVID-19 like symptoms.

With the arrival of respiratory virus season, we are seeing record patient volumes at Children’s After Hours. Patients will be placed in our virtual waiting room in the order of arrival. While walk-ins are welcome, you may have a long wait time. You may choose to schedule your arrival time online and wait in the comfort of your home or car. We appreciate your patience.

Patients will be seen in order of arrival time, unless emergency care is required. However, you may schedule your arrival time online to reduce your wait and help us prepare for your visit.

COVID-19 Testing: We offer rapid Covid testing (antigen) with results within 15 minutes (office visit is required). PCR testing is also available with results typically available within 1-3 days.

5-11 p.m., Monday-Friday
Noon-11 p.m., Saturday-Sunday
Noon- 11p.m., Holidays (closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day)

Washington University Children’s After Hours Care
12436 Tesson Ferry Road
St. Louis, MO 63128
Phone: 314-454-6336

Washington University Children’s After Hours Care
2206 Highway K
O’Fallon, MO 63368
Phone: 636-696-4780
Fax: 636-696-4782

Washington University Children’s After Hours Care
2122 Troy Road
Edwardsville, IL 62025
Phone: 618-800-4600
Fax: 618-800-4602 

Receive care for kids (up to age 21) for illness and injuries, including:

  • Asthma, allergies and sinus issues
  • Back and abdominal pain
  • Coughs and colds
  • Earaches and ear infections
  • Eye irritation, pink eye and other eye problems
  • Flu
  • Insect bites
  • Minor scrapes, cuts, bruises
  • Mononucleosis
  • Painful urination and urinary tract infections
  • Rashes and skin problems
  • Sore throats and strep throat
  • Sprains, strains and fractures
  • Vomiting and diarrhea
  • Some radiology and laboratory services are available

Not all situations are appropriate for walk-in care. If your child is experiencing a potentially life-threatening illness or injury, call 911 or immediately go to the nearest emergency department.

If your child requires a well-child exam, sports physical or school immunizations, please schedule with your primary care physician (PCP) during their regular office hours. If you need a PCP, please visit Find a Physician.