First Choice Kidcare

Where your kid’s health is #1

First Choice Kid Care is dedicated to providing high quality health care services to the children in SW Florida. We have 9 offices conveniently located in Lee, Charlotte and Hendry Counties and 19 pediatric healthcare providers, some of who are bi-lingual, ready to give your child the attention and quality care you expect and that your child deserves.

Same day appointments are available at all locations. To find the office nearest you, or to schedule an appointment, please call our central scheduling office at 844-342-7935 (844-FHC-SWFL). Our staff is available to assist you from 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday. We offer a sliding fee scale that’s based upon family size and ability to pay and accept Medicaid, Medicare and most major insurance plans. Uninsured? First Choice Kid Care can help, call today to find out how. Your child deserves the best of care and First Choice Kid Care wants to keep your child healthy and make them better when they get sick.

Pediatric Services

Full Service Lab

First Choice Kid Care is committed to providing quality care for pediatric patients. Our lab is one that parents can trust for gentle results.
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Immunizations

We are here to provide your child with important vaccinations at the right time to protect them now, and in the future.
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Onsite Pharmacy

Family Health Centers offers onsite pharmacy services at our Downtown Ft. Myers, Estero and Cape Coral Del Prado offices.
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Dr. Jorge Quinonez

Executive VP & Chief Medical Officer

Jorge M Quiñonez, M.D., is Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Family Health Centers of Southwest Florida, Inc., and is responsible for the oversight of all FHCSWF pediatricians, family practitioners, internal medicine physicians and all mid-level providers. In this role he provides clinical leadership and supervision to all of our Children’s services and Family Practice…continue reading

Health Care for Everyone

including the medically under served, migratory agricultural worker families, the homeless, and other special populations who require access to health care. Learn more

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