As part of Vecino’s efforts to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and keep our community safe, we are now offering scheduled telehealth services to all new and established patients of Airline Children’s Clinic.

Your children’s health is our top priority, so now you can get in touch with a pediatrician to address health concerns, or talk to a licensed professional from our counseling staff to help you and your children cope during these stressful times.

Make a telehealth appointment with Airline Children's Clinic

Call 713-695-4013

What is telehealth?

Telehealth is when you use digital and communications technology – like computers, smartphones, or telephones – to access health care services for your children from home.

During a telehealth appointment, you will be able to talk to your child’s doctor on the phone about any health concerns you may be having. Based on their symptoms and their medical history, the pediatrician prescribe mediations, recommend at-home treatments, or ask you to come to the clinic for further examination.

Vecino’s pediatricians and licensed professionals on the counseling staff can treat many common conditions and injuries through telehealth, including:


  • Allergies
  • Constipation
  • Headaches
  • Heartburn or acid reflux
  • Medication follow-up
  • Pink eye

Counseling for children and teens (Behavioral Health)

  • Anxiety
  • Distruptive behavior disorders
  • Grief
  • Low self-esteem
  • Sadness
  • Trauma-related disorders


Many other conditions experienced by infants, children and teens can be treated through telehealth. If you have any questions, please contact the clinic at 713-695-4013 for more information.

Answers to common questions about telehealth

Is telehealth covered by my child's insurance?

Telehealth appointments are covered by most insurance plans, including Medicaid and CHIP. If your child doesn’t have insurance, please ask about our Financial Assistance Program.

Is telehealth secure? Is privacy protected?

Yes. Telehealth visits are secure and private. A responsible adult should be present with your child during the telehealth visit. Both the patient and provider should be in a private area, so that others cannot overhear or see anything they shouldn’t.