Special Notice

Please note that Tots’N’Teens Pediatrics will not be open on Saturdays beginning Saturday May 26 through mid-August 2018. As always, our phones are answered 24 hours and one of our physicians is always on call.


Dr. Delinda Davis & Dr. Steve Barron 

  • Babies, children and adolescents through age 18
  • Newborns
  • Well child exams
  • Sick child diagnosis and treatment
  • School and Sports physicals
  • Vaccinations
  • Same day appointments for sick visits
  • Measuring growth and development milestones
  • Dietary/Nutritional guidance
  • Prenatal visits for expectant mothers
  • Breast Feeding/Lactation counseling
  • Free standing building, convenient parking
  • Board Certified Pediatricians and Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

"Our mission is to provide the highest quality, professional pediatric care by focusing on the needs and health of each individual patient."

Dr. Allison Holt & Dr. Elizabeth Law

Erin Sorrell, CRNP & Heather Precise, CRNP


The single best way to protect your children from the flu is to get them vaccinated each year. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) and Tots’N’Teens Pediatrics recommend that everyone 6 months of age and older get a seasonal flu vaccine.

Flu shots will be available in our office starting in September for babies aged 6 months to 3 years. And available in October for children 3 to 18 years of age. Contact our office at 205-856-4440 to schedule your vaccination.

Children at greatest risk of serious flu-related complications include:

1. Children younger than 6 months old. These children are too young to be vaccinated. The best way to protect them is to make sure those around them are vaccinated.
2. Children aged 6 months up to their 5th birthday
3. American Indian or Alaskan Native children
4. Children aged 6 months through 18 years with chronic health problems including asthma, chronic lung disease, heart disease, blood disorders, diabetes, kidney or  liver disorders and weakened immune systems.

Children should be vaccinated every flu season for the best protection against the flu. Since it takes about two weeks after vaccination for antibodies to develop in the body that protect against influenza virus infection, it is best that children get vaccinated so they are protected before influenza begins spreading.

Please contact our office today with any questions and to schedule your child’s vaccination starting in September.Add Content...

In case of emergency

In case of an emergency, one of our physicians is always on call. Call our main number 205-856-4440, our answering service at 205-930-4322, or if needed, take your child to The Children’s Hospital or your nearest Emergency Room.