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Pediatrics

2200 Tydd Street
Eureka CA 95501
Phone: (707) 269-7051
Fax: (707) 269-7054
Hours: Mon thru Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm
Lab Hours: Mon thru Fri 8:30am – 12:30pm and 1:30pm – 4:30pm

Services

The Pediatrics department within Eureka Community Health & Wellness Center is centered around pediatric care for children. Routine health screenings, immunizations and boosters, well-child examinations and treatment for acute, simple, complex and chronic conditions are offered for all established patients. Young children should be seen often for immunizations and well-child examinations (our pediatricians can explain the best schedule of visits). Older children should be seen for routine check-ups every year.

Additional services include referral to behavioral health counseling and support, basic nutritional counseling, reproductive health services and other services available within the Open Door Health Systems. Referral to and coordination with specialists are provided as needed, with follow-up care. The Pediatrics department also provides follow-up care after hospital stays. Public or private coverage is typically available for children; we will assist you in determining eligibility for Medi-Cal, Medicare, Healthy Families, Family PACT and other programs. Those without insurance are eligible for discounts based on income and ability to pay. We also accept most private insurance.

Recent Articles

Health Connections Program

By | July 9th, 2014|Categories: Burre Dental Center, Communications, ECHC Pediatrics Health Topics, Eureka Community Health Center, Humboldt Open Door Clinic, McKinleyville Community Health Center, Uncategorized, Willow Creek Community Health Center|

Health Connections is a free program available to Open Door patients. The Health Connections provides patients with access to a Health Coach who is part of your Open Door team. Your Health Coach will work [...]

The Importance of Tdap Immunizations

By | December 13th, 2013|Categories: Communications, Del Norte Community Health Center, ECHC Kids Express, ECHC Pediatrics Health Topics, Humboldt Open Door Clinic, McKinleyville Community Health Center, Mobile Health Services, NorthCountry Clinic, NorthCountry Prenatal Services, Willow Creek Community Health Center|

Whooping cough is a serious disease which can be fatal to infants and young children. It starts with cold like symptoms, mild cough, runny nose, and mild fever which last 1-2 weeks; this is also [...]

Upper Respiratory Infections

By | November 5th, 2012|Categories: ECHC Pediatrics Health Topics|

[member-grid items=" Ted Humphry" perrow="4" linkprofiles="1" /]Many kinds of virus may cause the symptoms of an upper respiratory tract infection. A viral cold, also known as the Humboldt Crud or respiratory flu, is a frequent [...]

Staff

Ted Humphry, MD
Ted Humphry, MD
After thirty years of practice in the community, Dr. Humphry recently joined the Open Door Clinic Community full time. He works a couple of mornings a week at Open Door Clinic in Arcata, and the remainder of the time at the McKinleyville Community Health Center.

Dr. Humphry grew up in the Bay Area and graduated from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. He attended medical school at the University of Southern California and did a rotating internship at Vancouver General Hospital in British Columbia before working three years in general practice in the Indian Health Service in Alaska. Then he completed a pediatric residence at University of Oregon Health Sciences Center in Portland before moving to Arcata in 1977.

Dr. Humphry has seven grown children and a dedicated, loyal wife. He enjoys outdoor activities and is a volunteer guide at Redwood National and State Parks.

Dr. Humphry is Board Certified in Pediatrics and provides a full range of pediatric care from “premie” care through high school age adolescents.

Casey Kelly, MD
Casey Kelly, MD
Kristen Metcalfe, PA
Kristen Metcalfe, PA
Devin Wong, MD
Devin Wong, MD