Pediatric Services for Seabrook & Kiawah Islands
We offer Pediatric Primary Care Services, including:
- Sick visits for minor illnesses and injuries
- Well Baby and Well Child Care
- Sports Physicals
- Chronic Illness Management
- Non-pharmacologic ADHD treatment
- Wellness and health coaching
Our House Call Hours* –
*Hours are subject to change. Other house call times available upon request.
Now offering Walk-in Clinic most Saturdays on Seabrook Island from 9a-12pm within Indigo Health at 1101 Landfall Way Ste 2.
- No packing up the car and the kids to go to the office. We come to you! We offer House Calls.
- We offer appointments based on your schedule, including evenings, weekends, and some holidays.
- Pediatric specialist for your young one!
- Extended, unrushed visits [our appointments are 30-60 minutes in length, depending on appointment type.]
- No exposure to other sick kids in the waiting room.
- Less time off work for your child’s healthcare.
- Transparent, simplified fee schedule.
- Direct access to your child’s medical record (EMR).
Not sure you need to be seen?
Call your regular provider, as most pediatricians have triage nurses. If still in doubt, call us – we will triage your call and honestly tell you if we think a visit is a waste of your time & money.
Our Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Our services are provided by Marsha Cayton, CPNP-PC, MSN, RN. Marsha is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years of healthcare experience in a variety of settings.
Marsha believes in delivering individualized healthcare services that include an integrative approach.
Frequently Asked Questions
We do not file insurance. We offer you a superbill that you may submit to your insurance if you so wish (here is a helpful website for how to do so!). We accept payments from your Health Savings Accounts (if they are visa, mastercard, etc.)
We provide holistic primary care services for infants, children and adolescents [ages birth to 21]. This includes well child care, as well as treatment of illness, injury and disease. The diagram below indicates common illnesses and injuries we treat and is not inclusive.
We utilize alternative and complementary healthcare options whenever possible. Please call our office with any questions.
We accept cash, all major credit cards and paypal. We do not accept checks.
Payment is due in full at the time of service. Payment is due even referral to other providers, including emergency room/urgent care, is deemed necessary.
We take payment in the form of major credit cards and cash. We do not accept checks.
We will provide the best care possible within our scope of practice and ability to treat in the home/office. We do referrals when the evaluation or treatment needed exceeds what we are trained in or what we are able to perform in the home/office setting.
This includes referrals to the emergency room. We do our best to triage your appointment on the phone to make sure our care is appropriate for your needs. However, there are times when we see patients and determine they need urgent/emergency care that is beyond our ability to treat in home/office.
We believe it is every parent’s right to choose if they want immunizations for their family. However, due to storage restrictions, upfront cost and administration costs, we do not keep any immunizations on hand.
We offer a simplified, transparent fee schedule.
For House Call Patients –
- New Patients – Sick & Well Visits – $125
- Established Patients – Sick & Well Visits – $99
- Testing/Nebulizer treatment – $10
Office Visits (Walk-in Clinic on Saturday Mornings 9a-12p and by appointment only at 1101 Landfall Way Ste 2 – within Indigo Health) –
- New Patients – Sick & Well Visits – $99
- Established Patients – Sick & Well Visits – $74
- Testing/Nebulizer treatment – $10
Testing = rapid strep, urinalysis
All of our services are provided by nurse practitioners. Your nurse practitioner will assess your child, then provide a diagnosis and treatment plan. The nurse practitioner may prescribe medications and order labs/imaging when appropriate.
We collaborate with a physician via telecommunication when it is appropriate for the care of the child. We also refer to other healthcare providers, including physicians, when it is appropriate for the care of the child.
We evaluate and treat minor illnesses and injuries, but do not have the capability to do X-ray or imaging in an urgent time frame (ie for fracture). It is best if you suspect fracture or similar injury that you are seen at an urgent care or emergency room setting.
We do not perform stitching, but do perform skin closure using skin adhesive.
If you suspect severe allergic reaction or anaphylaxis, please call 911 immediately.
It is very rare for a child to need pain medication that requires a prescription and is most likely an issue that is not treated in our practice. We do not prescribe narcotic pain medications and do not keep any at our locations sites.
A nurse practitioner (NP) is a health care provider offering patient-centered primary, acute, and specialty care. NPs are able to diagnose and treat health conditions, offer prevention education, and counsel patients on how to live a healthy lifestyle. They are able to order diagnostic testing and interpret the results, prescribe medications, and manage both acute and chronic illness.
Nurse practitioners have completed a master of science in nursing or a doctorate in nursing practice after having obtained a nursing degree. NPs complete advanced clinical training in specialty and/or subspecialty areas and are recognized in the medical field as health care experts. NPs are certified in the field of their specialty and maintain ongoing continuing education to remain certified.