Personalized Care for Every Age, Every Stage

At Lone Tree Pediatrics, you are never just a number. Every child is unique, and every phase of your child’s development brings its own joys and challenges. Our commitment is to provide personalized care for your child at every age and through every stage. We listen carefully, communicate clearly and provide exceptional care at every visit – from newborn to young adult. We recognize and celebrate every child’s uniqueness and value the relationships we form with our patients and their families. Our pediatric providers and experienced staff look forward to building a relationship with you and your family.

Be aware that we will not write letters of exemption for children whose schools require masks in alignment with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Lone Tree Pediatrics strongly endorses the use of safe and effective infection control procedures to protect children and adolescents. These measures include the correct and consistent use of a well-fitting mask. The CDC has issued guidance that includes universal indoor masking for all staff, students and visitors to schools K-12 regardless of vaccine status. When you wear a mask you protect yourself and others, especially if you are not vaccinated or are around others who are not vaccinated. Masks can safely be worn by all children ages 2 years of age and older with rare exceptions that include:
• Severe autism
• Developmental delays
• Limited physical mobility
• Structural abnormalities of the head and neck
For our part, we continue to be committed to keeping our patients and staff safe in our office. We require anyone two and over to be masked inside our clinics. We continue to have stringent cleaning procedures between patients and continue to screen everyone for symptoms so we can safely care for all our families. 

We Welcome Your Family

Our board-certified pediatricians and experienced professional staff provide comprehensive and compassionate care from cradle to college. Lone Tree Pediatrics services include:

• Newborn Hospital Care
• Well-Child Care
• School and Sports Physicals
• Immunizations
• Sick Visits
• Asthma Management
• ADHD Management

COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

What To Do: After Hours Emergencies

Unless you are experiencing an emergency, consider visiting an Urgent Care center to save time and money.

• The average cost of a hospital ER visit or Freestanding Emergency Room visit: $1,500

• The Average cost of an Urgent Care visit typically ranges from: $30-$150, Depending on your copay and deductible.

Free-Standing Emergency Rooms look like an urgent care clinic, but they will cost the same as an ER visit at the hospital! When in doubt call first and ask if they are an Urgent Care or an Emergency Room.

Since both Lone Tree Pediatrics and OnPoint Urgent Care are part of the OnPoint Medical Group, your medical records will be available for use at any OnPoint Urgent Care location. Any specific medical notes your primary care physician has provided will also be available in our system, allowing for more precise evaluations during your Urgent Care visit.

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OnPoint Urgent Care

Our trusted partners at OnPoint Urgent Care are available 7 days a week if you encounter a medical need outside of our regular business hours.


Location Monday – Friday Saturday – Sunday
Aurora 8:00 am – 7:00pm 8:00 am – 7:00pm
Highlands Ranch 8:00 am – 7:00pm 8:00 am – 7:00pm
Lone Tree 8:00 am – 7:00pm 8:00 am – 7:00pm
Englewood (DTC) 8:00 am – 7:00pm 8:00 am – 7:00pm