Phone Number and Hours

(919) 969-9611

Fax: (919)969-9615

Email: info@villagepediatrics.com

300 Market Street Suite 112
Chapel Hill, NC 27516-4493

Open Monday through Friday
7:30AM-5:30PM
Urgent Care from 7:30AM-8:00AM and 5:00PM-5:30PM
Walk-In Clinic from 8:00AM-9:00AM
*Symptoms fewer than 24hrs, minor illnesses: pinkeye, ear pain, sore throat, etc.
Saturdays from 8:00AM-1:00PM
We stay open through lunch every day!

Testimonials

  • Words cannot express our gratitude!  You were all such an important part of our daughter’s first year.  Thank you all for your care, concern, and for always being available.  The service you provide is invaluable and again, Thank you!  I am a better, more assertive parent when it comes to my children’s health, and I...Read more...

NC Car Seat Laws

We get asked about car seats a lot, so we created this helpful table of North Carolina car seat laws.

AgeBirth to 1 year old1 to 2 years2 to 8 years8 years old and up
Weightup to 20 lbs20-40 lbs40 to 80 lbsat least 80 lbs and 4'9" tall
Car Seat PositionRear Facing OnlyRear Facing OnlyBooster SeatLap/Shoulder Safety Belt

*Children 12 and under must ride in the back seat.

*Children should remain in a rear facing seat as long as possible.

The American Academy of Pediatrics announced that parents should keep their children in rear-facing car seats until age two (not one as previously recommended).  The newest research has shown that kids in rear-facing seats are more than five times safer than those riding in forward-facing seats.  Statistics from recent studies have shown that children under the age of 2 who ride in rear-facing seats are 75% less likely to die or suffer major injury during a collision.

* You can have your car seat inspected to ensure proper installation at your local Fire Department free of charge.