Bloom Pediatrics

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We provide a unique approach to pediatric primary care. Our healthcare services meet the needs of each child we serve with compassion, personalization, and faith-based values at the core of our practice.

How it works

Discover How Bloom Pediatrics Works

Our approach is centered around the whole child, considering their physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being. By bringing our pediatric services directly to your home, we offer your family a more personalized and convenient experience.

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Services and Packages

At Bloom Pediatrics, we go beyond the ordinary by offering a range of exceptional services designed to meet your child’s unique requirements.

Telemedicine Services

Experience the convenience of virtual care with our telemedicine services. From after-hours appointments to nutrition education to mental health care, our telemedicine appointments cover a wide range of needs. We believe that exceptional care should be just a click away.

House-Call Visits

Experience the convenience and comfort of our house-call visits. Our dedicated providers will bring healthcare to your home, ensuring that your child receives the care they need in the familiar surroundings of home. Whether it’s a routine check-up or specialized care, we bring the expertise to your doorstep.


Our skilled team is equipped to handle various procedures, including laceration repair, staple or suture removal, foreign body removal, abscess drainage, and even medical ear piercing. Rest assured, we prioritize safety and use medical-grade materials for your child’s well-being.

House-Call Lab Testing

To further streamline your child’s care, we offer house-call lab testing services. From rapid flu swabs to urinalysis, our on-site testing eliminates the need for additional appointments, saving you time and providing quick results.

Additional Options

In addition to our core services, we offer convenient add-ons such as medication doses, individualized care plans, and more. These options allow you to tailor your child’s care according to their specific needs.

About us

Meet Our Expert Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Meet Our Expert Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Jessica Raines, APRN (Advanced Practice Registered Nurse)
Highly experienced Pediatric Nurse Practitioner dedicated to providing exceptional care. With over 20 years as a Registered Nurse and 10 years as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, she brings extensive expertise to her practice. Jessica holds an MSN and is pursuing a DNP. Certified by the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board, she is committed to holistic care and supporting the healthy growth of every child.


If your child has a fever, it’s important to reach out to your pediatrician if they are younger than two months old and have a rectal temperature of 100.4°F (38°C) or higher. For children older than two months, contact your pediatrician if the fever persists for more than a couple of days, is accompanied by other concerning symptoms, or if you’re unsure about how to manage your child’s fever.

If your child has a persistent or worsening cough, it’s wise to consult your pediatric provider. Reach out if the cough lasts for more than a week, is accompanied by difficulty breathing, high fever, or other concerning symptoms. Your pediatric provider can assess the situation and provide guidance on managing the cough effectively.

If your child experiences prolonged or severe diarrhea, it’s advisable to contact your pediatric provider. Seek medical attention if the diarrhea lasts for more than a couple of days, is accompanied by signs of dehydration, such as decreased urine output or lethargy, or if you have concerns about your child’s overall well-being.

The age to transition from a pediatric provider to a family doctor can vary based on individual circumstances. Generally, this transition occurs during adolescence or around the age of 18-21 years of age. However, it’s essential to discuss this decision with your current pediatric provider, who can guide you on when it is appropriate to make the switch and help ensure a smooth transition to adult healthcare.

Choosing a pediatric provider is an important decision for your child’s healthcare. Start by seeking recommendations from trusted sources, such as family, friends, or your obstetrician. Consider factors such as the pediatric provider’s qualifications, experience, communication style, office location, and availability. It’s also helpful to schedule an introductory meeting or interview with potential pediatricians to assess their compatibility with your family’s needs and values.

Finding a pediatric provider before your baby is born is a proactive step towards ensuring their well-being. Begin by researching pediatric providers in your area and assessing their credentials and practice philosophy. Once you’ve made a selection, contact the pediatric provider’s office to inquire about their policies for newborn care and scheduling a prenatal visit. This visit will allow you to establish a relationship with the pediatric provider discuss any questions or concerns, and provide important information about your family’s medical history.

No, a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner is an advanced practice nurse who specializes in providing healthcare to infants, children, and adolescents, offering comprehensive primary care, diagnosing and treating illnesses, and delivering specialized care for acute and chronic conditions. They play a crucial role in promoting children’s well-being and development, working in collaboration with other healthcare professionals to provide holistic and coordinated care.

Not having a pediatric provider can lead to challenges in ensuring optimal healthcare for your child. A pediatric provider plays a crucial role in providing preventive care, monitoring growth and development, diagnosing and managing illnesses, and addressing any concerns or questions you may have.

Yes, pediatric provider can prescribe birth control to adolescents and young women up to 22 years of age. They are well-versed in discussing reproductive health and family planning with teenagers. If you or your adolescent child have questions or concerns about birth control, it is appropriate to consult a pediatric provider or another healthcare professional specializing in adolescent care.

Yes, it is advisable to call a pediatric provider before your baby is born. This allows you to establish a relationship with the pediatric provider, learn about their practice, and address any questions or concerns you may have. It also enables you to plan for your baby’s healthcare needs from the moment they arrive.


Meet Our BloomCare Membership

BloomCare membership embraces the Direct Primary Care (DPC) model, ensuring unparalleled access to your dedicated healthcare provider right from the comfort of your home or electronic platform. Say goodbye to insurance complexities and hello to affordable monthly payments that grant you exclusive benefits.


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Unlocking the Benefits of Bloom Pediatrics

Personalized Care

We tailor our services to meet the unique needs of each child, ensuring comprehensive and individualized care.

Convenient Accessibility

With telemedicine options and house call visits, we bring pediatric care directly to your doorstep, providing accessible and convenient healthcare.

Extensive Coverage

Serving St. John’s County, Duval County, Flagler County, Putnam County, and Clay County, we extend our holistic approach to families in a wide range of locations.

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Locations we cover

St. John’s County,
Duval County, Flagler County
Putnam County and Clay County

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