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Well-Child Check

Regular well-child check visits are indispensable in monitoring your child’s well-being and detecting any underlying health conditions early. Pediatrician consultations also provide an opportunity for you to ask questions about any issues that concern you.

FirstMed’s Well-Child Check is a comprehensive medical examination tailored to your child’s unique needs and conducted by devoted, English-speaking pediatricians. Childhood is a crucial period marked by rapid growth and development, and regular pediatric visits are essential to ensure your child’s health and development are on track. 

What FirstMed’s Well-Child Check Covers

Well-child checks at FirstMed encompass a detailed and comprehensive health assessment. During this one-hour visit, our skilled and compassionate pediatrician will give you an overview of your child’s developmental progress. 

The Well-Child Check includes:

Age-dependent laboratory evaluations — ranging from iron studies to lipid screening and hemoglobin, as well as blood sugar (glucose) levels with urine tests — also provide insight into your child’s physical well-being.

Furthermore, you can discuss any issues about your child’s behavior, sleep, eating habits, or interactions with other family members.

Overall, the well-child check visit is an essential examination that helps ensure your child’s continued health and well-being.

Well-child checks are beneficial at every developmental phase

As your child navigates through various stages of growth and development, regular well-child checkups act as guiding milestones, enabling proactive health management and timely interventions.

Schedule the well-child visits in these age stages:

Regular annual visits to a pediatrician are crucial for a child’s overall well-being and health. These visits help to monitor and ensure proper growth and development, detect any underlying medical conditions or concerns, provide necessary vaccinations, and offer guidance on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Thus, it is highly recommended that children see their pediatrician yearly until they reach adulthood at 18.


Dr. Judit Aranyos


Dr. Krisztina Kalocsai

Pediatrician, Pediatric Pulmonologist

Dr. Zsófia Laufer

Pediatrician, Neurologist

Dr. Veronika Boros


Dr. Vera Tory

Pediatrician / Neonatologist

Dr. Annamária Wilde


Dr. Kristóf Zágonyi


Medical school: University of Szeged

Cover the well-child check with your private health insurance

Parents can take advantage of their annual health insurance plan, which often covers the cost of a comprehensive physical exam for their child, such as the well-child check. Maximize the benefits of your private health insurance and prioritize your child’s health by regular well-child visits. We may directly bill the cost to your insurer. Learn more…

Prepay for the visit at a special price

If you don’t have private insurance or it doesn’t cover the cost of the visit, we offer a special price if you purchase the visit in advance through our webshop. Take advantage of this beneficial offer, and keep your child healthy and happy!

Keep your child healthy and happy by regular Well-Child Checks

As children grow, they go through different pivotal stages of development, each with its own challenges. Childhood check-ups help monitor this development, detect problems early, and treat them in time. A small investment in your child’s health and well-being will pay off for a lifetime.

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