Kitsap Children's Clinic, LLP
Port Orchard

Infant and Child Nurse Services in Port Orchard and Silverdale, WA

Serving Port Townsend, Port Angeles, Belfair, Gig Harbor, WA and Surrounding Areas

The nursing staff provides a message line for prescription refills and questions you may have regarding your child's healthcare. Please call the main number of your clinic, Silverdale office number is (360) 692-9362 or for the Port Orchard office call (360) 895-0216.

For all prescription refills please call your pharmacy. If there are no refills left your pharmacist will contact our office for authorization to refill your prescription.

Medication Safety

Any kind of medicine or vitamin can cause harm to you or your child if it is taken in the wrong way, even over-the-counter medicine. Review your family's home and medication safety measures often, and learn more about safe medication storage, dosing, and what to do in case of an emergency.
Child nurse providing services at our office in Gig Harbor, WA

Preparing Your Medicine Cabinet for Baby

Stocking your medicine cabinet will give you some extra peace of mind that you are well prepared to tend to whatever you may be faced with—from tiny toenails to first fevers and stuffy noses. While there are no hard and fast rules about what constitutes a well-stocked medicine cabinet, here's our streamlined list of suggested staples.
  • Baby nail clippers
  • Cotton balls and/or swabs
  • Thermometer
  • Fever reducers
  • Medicine syringe
  • Bulb suction and saline drops
  • Diaper cream
  • Petroleum jelly


At Home:

When planning ways to keep your child safe, remember that she is constantly changing. Review your family's home and habits often to make sure your safeguards remain appropriate for your child's age.

At Play:

Warm, sunny days are wonderful. It's great to exercise outside. The sun feels good on your skin. But what feels good can also harm you and your family. Make sure you are using adequate sun protection and following water safety precautions.

All Around:

Even if you create the perfect environment for your child inside your home, he or she will be spending a lot of time outside, where surroundings are somewhat less controllable. Your personal supervision will remain the most valuable protection.