Welcome to Premier Pediatrics, P.A.

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Address: 135 Turner St, Southern Pines, NC 28387

Phone: (910) 246-BABY (2229)

Hours: Monday-Friday (8am-5:00pm), Saturday (8:30am-12:30pm), Closed Sunday

Walk-in/Urgent Care: Monday – Friday 5pm-6pm  Saturday 8:30am-12:30pm (Walk-in Sick Call Only)

*for simple, acute problems only

MISSION STATEMENT;  We make a difference  in the life of a child.



 NCQA PCMH Recognition is the most widely adopted model for transforming primary care practices into medical homes. Research confirms medical homes can lead to higher quality and lower costs, and can improve patients’ and providers’ experience of care. Premier Pediatrics PA is PROUD to be designated as a NCQA PCMH


Well Child Checks

Well child visits are an important part of preventive health care for children.

Visits are usually scheduled at the following ages:

  • from infancy to the toddler years:  2 weeks, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months, 24 months, 3 years and 4 years
  • from kindergarten to middle school:  5 years, 6 years, 8 years, 10 years and 12 years
  • annually from 13-18 years  

What Happens During a Well-Child Visit?

During a well-child visit, your doctor will:

-Preforms a physical exam

-Gives the child any necessary shots 

-Tracks how your child is growing and developing 

-Talk about illness prevention, diet and physical fitness, and health and safety issues 

-Talk about how to handle emergencies and sudden illness

Make sure we are not the ones doing all the talking. The well-child visit is your best opportunity to bring up any worries about your child’s growth and development, especially if your child is not reaching important milestones. Remember, We maybe Certified Pediatricians , But you are the expert on your child.wellchildcheckup


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Reach Out and Read prepares America’s  youngest children to succeed in school by partnering with doctors to prescribe books and encourage families to read together.

Who We Are 

Reach Out and Read  is an evidence-based nonprofit that trains and supports medical providers who give books to children and advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud at well-child exams.

We build on the unique relationship between parents and medical providers to develop essential early literacy skills in young children via the existing health care infrastructure. Each year, Reach Out and Read  serves more than 4 million children across 50 state. 

What We Do 

During regular pediatric checkups, Reach Out and Read pediatricians, family physicians, and nurse practitioners give new developmentally appropriate books to children, ages 6 months through 5 years, and advise parents about the importance of reading aloud.

As a result evidence-based  intervention, parents learn new ways to stimulate their children’s literacy development, have more books in their home, and read to their children more. Parents are supported as their children’s first and most important teachers, and children grow up to become readers.

The first five years of life offer a critical window for learning, with rapid brain development that does not occur at any other time. Many children are not read to from birth. Children who grow up without sufficient exposure to language arrive at school without basic literacy skills, and often struggle with reading in early grades.

Reach Out and Read delivers results. Our program is a proven intervention, supported by 15 independent, published research studies. During the preschool years, children served by Reach Out and Read score three to six months ahead of their non-Reach Out and Read peers on vocabulary tests, preparing them to start school on target.

Reach Out and Read medical providers work with families to prepare all children to enter kindergarten ready to read, learn, and succeed. Research shows that children who start school on track are more likely to reach their full educational, social, and life potential.





Immunizations are vital to the well-being of your children. Please click more info below for our recommended immunization schedule for your children.




Newborn 1st Visit

Your appointment should be made for you while at the hospital. As your pediatrician, the hospital will notify us when your baby is born.  The physician responsible for making rounds at the hospital nursery will see your baby shortly thereafter.  A physician will see your baby every day that he or she spends in the hospital.  Your first appointment in our office will be scheduled for you while still at the hospital.  It is usually a few days after discharge from the hospital. 


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What is The American Academy Of Pediatrics ?

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is an American professional association of pediatricians, headquartered in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, and maintains its Department of Federal Affairs office in Washington, D.C




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Same Day Sick Call

Same day sick visits are for those patients who are established with Premier Pediatrics.  If you call our office at 910.246.BABY (2229) , it is guaranteed your child will be seen for any sick acute illness on the day that you call.

ambulanceFor many situations it is best for a child to be seen in the Medical Home rather than The Emergency Room.

It Is an Emergency when you have: 

*Choking *Sever or Unusual Bleeding *Trouble Breathing *Poisoning *Broken bones *Severe Chest Pain *Deep Cuts *Severe Burns *Suddenly not able to move or speak  * Seizures

When it is an Emergency, Go to the nearest Emergency Room (ER). If you are unable to get to the ER, CALL 911!!!

For Emergency go to Moore Regional Hospital :


Address: 155 Memorial Dr, Pinehurst, NC 28374

Phone: (910) -715-1000

It MAY NOT be an Emergency, When you have: images

*coughing *Vomiting *Stomach Ache *Diarrhea *Sore Throat *Cold *Bruises *Bumps *Cuts *Scrapes *Rash *Mild Fever *Ear Ache *Pink Eye 

Call Our Office, Or Use Our Patient Portal For These Non-Emergency Conditions That You Have Concerns About. For our established patient’s you will have direct access to an on call provider  24 Hours,7 Days a Week.

( The on-call provider (910-246-BABY)(2229) has direct access to your chart for reviewing your medical history and medications.) 



Call Us @ (910)-246-BABY (2229)


Why Premier Pediatrics…

We are pleased that you have chosen to visit us. We are especially interested in making all of our patients right at home! We put you first to achieve efficient and comprehensive treatment.

Our staff is trained and skilled, and we strive to provide energetic and fun-loving services to each of our patients. In an effort to better serve you, we have developed interactive areas with topics of interest to our patients and families. Please explore the site!

Our Facility

At Premier Pediatrics, we pride ourselves in providing patient -centered care and open access scheduling. We have partnered with Reach Out And  Read to  provide a rich reading environment. We encourage children and adults alike  to reach out and read a book in our waiting room.


What Our Parents Say

When I think about the type of pediatrician I would like for my children, I think of one that takes my mother’s “gut feelings” about my child seriously. Looking at the situation, while listening to my heart, knowing that I know my child better than anyone else. I think of a pediatrician that has numerous tricks in his or her pocket, if you will. Causing them to look at an illness from all different angles, and in turn, coming up with the best solution for whatever is ailing my child. I think of a pediatrician that is friendly and sorry that my kids are sick but acting genuinely glad to see us. These are just a few of the reasons I LOVE Dr. Jill and the staff at Premier Pediatrics. I have complete trust in her knowledge and care for my children, she goes the extra mile and this makes this mama’s heart happy.


Southern Pines

My daughter is a patient at Premier Pediatrics and has been since the day she was born. She is now 8 years old. As a mom it is very important to me to have a doctor who truly cares about my child and is willing to listen to my concerns. Dr. Jill Roberson has far exceeded my expectations. She is compassionate and never enters the exam room without a smile on her face. My daughter has ADHD, and so many times these children are pushed aside because it is such a difficult condition to treat and understand, for everyone involved. Never have I felt this way with Dr. Jill. We thank God for her and are happy to have her in our lives.

Tennille F. McGaw

Southern Pines

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January Is National Birth Defect Awareness Month

If a baby is born with a part of the body that is missing or malformed, it is called a structural birth defect. Heart defects are the most common type of structural defect. Others include spina bifida, cleft palate, clubfoot, and congenital dislocated hip. When there is a problem with a baby’s body chemistry, it is called a metabolic birth defect. Metabolic defects prevent the body from properly breaking down food to create energy. Examples of metabolic defects include Tay-Sachs disease, a fatal disease that affects the central nervous system, and phenylketonuria (PKU), which affects the way the body processes protein.

February Is National Woman's Health Awareness Month

National Women’s Health Week is an observance led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health. The goal is to empower women to make their health a priority. The week also serves as a time to help women understand what steps they can take to improve their health.

March Is National colorectal (colon) cancer Month

Colon cancer affects men and women of all racial and ethnic groups, and is most often found in people 50 years or older. However incidence in those younger than 50 is on the rise. This disease takes the lives of more than 50,000 people every year; we’re here to combat these statistics and educate people about how to prevent this disease. Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in the US, and the second leading cause of cancer death.

Break the silence with us and share the information you learn. Together we can knock out colon cancer.

We Make A Difference In The Life Of A Child