We opened our doors on Feb 14, 2005 and have now grown over the years. The physician and staff at lifeguard pediatrics are dedicated to providing excellent pediatric care for your children. We pride ourselves in being an exceptional clinic where your kids comes first.

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What people say about us!

Adriana Ortega
Adriana Ortega
2023-03-27
Very nice staff, always willing to work with you. Dr. I is the best, she listens and acknowledges your concerns.
Mandy Murkerson
Mandy Murkerson
2022-09-19
Both my girls go to this place, I always am able to access a nurse with any questions and they are so easy and convenient. The doctor, nurse practioners and staff are so polite and professional!
Majeed Khan
Majeed Khan
2022-08-07
Great pediatrician in Warner Robins, GA. Really takes care of the patients and always educate parents on their sick children. Parents concern and questions are always answered.
Kiana Flynn
Kiana Flynn
2022-07-13
Dr. Iguobadia and her staff are exceptional! She is super attentive and friendly to our son and open and willing to answer any questions or concerns we have. As a FTM, that has meant the world. We love it here!

Our Team of Professionals

Dr. Uwa Iguobadia
Pediatrician
Keilah Jones, APRN, CPNP-PC
Nurse Practitioner
Norma Ellis
Head Nurse
Ashley Defore
Office Manager

The Great Way to Celebrate a Birthday

Want to make a special gift to your child? Looking for a place to let the kids do whatever they want, but do no want to worry every minute? We are happy to help and offer our Birthday Party programs!

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Want to make a special gift to your child? Looking for a place to let the kids do whatever they want, but do no want to worry every minute?

Upcoming Events

Follow the events schedule to be able to attend them and let your kids have the best time at our center! We are having parties, sports events and education courses every other week, so stay tuned!

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We're Committed to Our Values

Our center was built as a safe place for your children to play and learn, celebrate Birthdays and meet new friends in the positive environment under the professional supervision.

Admission & Prices

We strongly recommend reading our Rules Page and Privacy Policy section. Adult supervision is 100% necessary for all children.

Have a great time with your children at our cafe or at multiple playrooms, that are divided by age and activity type.

Infants 12+ month

FREE with paid sibling

Children

$8 for each additional sibling

One Adult per Family

$5 for each additional adult

Groups (10+ Children)

$85 Frequent Player Card

Common colds are caused by the Rhinovirus and there is, unfortunately, no cure. Treatment for colds include drinking plently of fluids and using Tylenol for aches and pains.

Characterized by infrequent bowel movements or stools that are too hard to pass easily.  Your child may experience abdominal bloating, back pain or even blood in the stool.  Causes include diets that lack proper amounts of fiber.  Foods that are high in fiber include whole grain breads and cereals.  A decrease in dairy products such as cheese and milk will reduce the risk of constipation in young children.  Treatment for young children under the age of one year includes adding 1 to 2 teaspoons of dark Karo syrup (found in any grocery store) in 1 or 2 bottles per day. For the older child, Miralax, which is now available over the counter without a prescription, can be added to any beverage. Please call our office if you have any questions about proper dosing of the Karo syrup or Miralax.

Coughing is the body’s way of removing foreign material and mucus from the lungs and airways.  A productive cough produces phlegm or mucus and should not be suppressed since it clears mucus from the lungs.  A nonproductive cough is dry and does not produce mucus or sputum. Some causes of nonproductive coughs can be allergies, the common cold, orexposure to dust, fumes or other environmental factors.  Over the counter medications are available for coughs; however, please contact our office for proper dosage and type of medication if your child is under six years old.

Earaches sometimes occur following a recent cold or respiratory infection.  Symptoms of an earache include:  trouble sleeping, fever, irritability or pink eye (conjunctivitis).  If your child has these symptom, please contact our office for an appointment.

Contrary to most beliefs, fever can be a good thing.  Fever is the body’s attempt to fight off an infection.  Normally, if a child has a fever greater that 101 degrees, we advise to give Tylenol.  If the fever lasts for more than 72 hours (3 days), please call our office for an appointment.

Tylenol and Motrin may be alternated in their administration every 3-4 hours for children over six months of age when the fever is in excess of 102.5 degrees.  Fever affects children differently, some children will have a fever of 104 degrees and still be playful while others may only have a fever of 101 degrees and be lethargic.  Parents, you know you child best, if you are concerned, please call our office.

Also called the “stomach flu”, gastroenteritis is caused by a variety of viruses resulting in vomiting, diarrhea or both. Treatment for a virus of this type includes: stopping all solid foods for 12 to 24 hours, giving plenty of clear liquids (Pedialyte, tea, Sprite) followed by popsicles and/or Jell-O as tolerated. Once vomiting has subsided, place your child on the BRAT Diet (B-bananas; R-rice; A-applesauce; T-toast). Avoid dairy products in children over two years old for at least 48 to 72 hours. If your child has more than 8 to 10 stools in a 24 hour period, notify our office. Over the counter medicines to treat the symptoms of a stomach virus include Emetrol for nausea and vomiting, and Immodium AD for diarrhea.

Symptoms of strep throat include fever, sore throat, headache and a fine rash. To avoid possible complications, strep throat must be diagnosed and treated by a physician. Please contact our office for an appointment if you suspect your child has this illness.

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Opening Hours

Mon-Thu: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – Noon
Closed on Sunday
Public Holidays: as advertised