Hopple Street Neighborhood Health Center

The Hopple Street Neighborhood Health Center offers primary pediatric care for children from birth through adolescence, whether your child is sick, needs shots or just a check-up.  

The center is at 2750 Beekman Ave., at the corner of Beekman and Hopple Street. We are on the Metro bus line and have on-site parking. Click here for a map and driving directions. 

The Neighborhood Health Center is a joint effort between Cincinnati Children’s and the North Fairmount community. The center offers the feeling of a smaller doctor’s office, but we provide many more services and can refer to specialists. 

 Hours

 Monday through Friday

 8:30 am-5 pm

 Saturday

 8:30 am-12:30 pm
 Sunday  Closed

 Nurse phone line

 24 hours a day, 513-541-4500, option 3

Raising a Healthy Child

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  • Provide great medical care for your child.
  • Help keep your child up to date on immunizations (shots / vaccines).
  • Help support children with chronic illnesses like asthma and ADHD.
  • Keep on schedule, and let you know about any delays that may occur.
  • Coordinate care across the healthcare system.
  • Give you tools and resources for self-management.
  • Assist with behavioral healthcare needs through co-located psychiatric providers or with community behavior healthcare partners.

We accept all public and private insurances, as well as work with families without insurance.  For information on potential sources of insurance, visit HealthCare.gov.

To transfer records to or from our office, call the office or contact Health Information Management at 513-636-4217.

  • Get regular check-ups for your child.
  • Bring any medications your child is taking to your appointment.
  • Choose a regular provider.
  • Be on time for our appointments.
  • Cancel appointments ahead of time.
  • Let other providers that you see know that we are your primary care providers.
  • Let us know when you have seen other providers outside of our office so we can coordinate your care. 
  • Care for your child’s healthcare needs:
    • Regular check-ups
    • Sick visits
    • Immunizations (shots / vaccines)
    • Manage the care of chronic illness
  • Track your child’s progress as he or she grows 
  • Answer your questions about: 
    • Parenting issues
    • Behavior and discipline
    • Nutrition 
  • Support you and your family: 
    • Getting your child ready for school
    • Working to create a healthy lifestyle
    • Making your home safe

Why Do I Need to Choose a Doctor?

  • It allows you and your family to develop a bond with a doctor.
  • The doctor can get to know your child and your family. 

How Do I Choose a Doctor?

  • Talk with family and friends about doctors they recommend.
  • Think about what you liked about the doctors you have seen in the past. Choose a doctor you feel has those qualities.
  • Ask yourself: Is it easy to talk to this doctor? 

Will I Always Get to See the Doctor I Choose?

  • Every effort is made to schedule with your child’s regular doctor at your request.
  • Resident teaching clinic – we are a teaching clinic. Your child may see one of our qualified doctors in training who are supervised by attending physicians.

Children need to see a provider at certain times in their lives. Make sure to schedule an appointment for your child when he or she is:

  • Newborn
  • 2 months old
  • 4 months old
  • 6 months old
  • 9 months old
  • 12 months old
  • 15 months old
  • 18 months old
  • 2 years old
  • After your child is 2, schedule yearly check-ups. 

You will receive a reminder phone call for scheduled appointments.

  • Social workers − Help patients and their families deal with concerns about an illness or disorder and help families find resources to support optimal health. Learn more.
  • Nutritionists − Make sure all patients are getting proper nutrition. Learn more.
  • Child Life specialists − Work with children to promote normal growth and development and support patients and their families during challenging procedures in clinic. Learn more.
  • Legal Aid − Helps promote children’s health and well-being by resolving legal problems. Learn more about our Child Health-Law Partnership Program.
  • Asthma care coordinators
  • Mental health providers
  • Nurse
  • Social work care manager

There are other community services available in the same building as our Hopple Street Neighborhood Health Center, but are not affiliated with Cincinnati Children’s:

  • Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program, 513-352-3199
  • City of Cincinnati Health Department. Call the Millvale Health Center, 513-352-3192, for information about services including the dental clinic and pharmacy.

You can get a ride to clinic with a medical card by calling two business days ahead:

  • Buckeye: 1-866-531-0615
  • CareSource: 1-866-419-8419
  • Molina: 1-866-642-9279
  • Ohio Medicaid: 513-946-1000 Opt. 6
  • Paramount: 1-866-837-9817
  • United Health Care: 1-800-895-2017

Call us with your questions or concerns.  

Phone: 513-541-4500, option 3: 

  • Nurses are on call 24 hours a day to answer questions.
  • The nurse can get you an appointment in the Hopple Street Neighborhood Health Center or send you to Urgent Care or the Emergency Room, if needed.

Contact Us

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Call 513-517-2000

Option 1: Schedule, reschedule, cancel a check-up or follow-up.
Note: We have limited availability for new patients.

Option 2: Medication refills

Option 3: Speak with a nurse or get test results

Option 4:  All other calls including forms, faxes, shot records