Comprehensive, Compassionate Pediatric Care
As a parent, nothing is more important to you than your child's health. At Banner Children's, we understand what interests kids, what frightens them and — most importantly — what helps them heal and stay healthy.
From pediatric emergency care to kids' health and wellness services to pediatric specialty care and everything in between, the experienced team at Banner Children’s is here to provide comprehensive, family-centered medical care for your child.
Our pediatric-focused physicians and staff members care for your child in our Banner Health centers and clinics, emergency rooms (ERs), hospitals and outpatient facilities to support the continuum of care your child needs when he or she needs it.
Pediatric Care Near You
With pediatricians and specialists throughout Arizona and Colorado in our Banner Health centers and clinics, pediatric emergency rooms, hospitals and outpatient facilities, you are only minutes away from top pediatric care.
801 E Williams
Fallon, NV 89406
Caring for kids requires compassion. It also requires a combination of techniques, technologies, and therapies. At Banner Churchill Community Hospital, you can expect all of that and more.
Our team of physicians, nurses and health care professionals helps kids heal and gives exceptional care in our family-oriented setting.
Pediatric Care for Morgan County and Northeastern Colorado
We provide pediatric services at two facilities in Fallon, Nevada:
- Banner Churchill Community Hospital offers acute and primary care, including comprehensive emergency care through an ambulance service that covers 5,900+ square miles. Our services cover surgical care, heart care, medical imaging, laboratory and more.
- Our Banner Health Clinic is staffed by passionate, board-certified pediatricians who care for children of all ages, from newborns through adolescents. Our pediatricians work together with parents to make sure kids gets the best possible care for their unique needs. The physicians provide general pediatric care and have special training in behavior, development, and other special health care needs.