Pediatricians in Orlando
Welcome to Pediatrics of Greater Orlando
At Pediatrics of Greater Orlando, our board-certified pediatricians Hernando Cardona, M.D. and Luz M. Karas, M.D. are committed to serving the healthcare needs of your children. Located in the MetroWest area, Pediatrics of Greater Orlando offers comprehensive pediatric and adolescent care to children in Orlando, FL.
Dr. Cardona and Dr. Luz are two of the top-rated pediatricians in the Orlando area, earning 5-star ratings on Healthgrades, Facebook, Google, and RateMDs. His patient satisfaction and quality care speak for itself. Right from the beginning, Dr. Cardona can bring your child into the Pediatrics of Greater Orlando family through a prenatal consult. This a time where you can meet Dr. Cardona or Luz, ask initial questions and get into our system. Having a pediatrician already picked and scheduled makes your life easier.
From then until your child is 18 (or throughout college if desired), Dr. Cardona will keep them on an immunization schedule, coordinate well-child visits to ensure the proper development, and take preventative measures for common illness and disease. He is also here to answer your parental questions, and see your child for specific issues.
Our site has guides, parent resources, and information that will hopefully answer all of your questions. But please feel free to reach out to us at (407) 704-6912 for any questions, or to schedule an appointment.
- Florida Dept of Health Resources for confirmed, suspected COVID-19, or close contact of cases
Patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 or close contact with a case should be provided the following resources to help prevent disease transmission: Patients with confirmed COVID-19 Patients with suspected COVID-19 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Self-isolation guidance Cases should inform their close contacts Close contacts to COVID-19 For additional information,
- Fun Activities To Do During Quarantine
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- A Parent’s Guide to the Flu
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