Babies have their best opportunty to thrive when developmental issues are identified early and families get the resources they need. Our follow-up clinic cares for babies who are premature, need special care after birth, are at risk for developmental delays, or have ongoing medical problems. We help you monitor the early growth and development of your child during their first three years; when children are growing quickly and learning new skills.
Our clinics are supported by a generous donation from the Junior League of Nashville and funding from the State of Tennessee.
Vanderbilt Health One Hundred Oaks
3rd floor, Suite 36300
Clinic phone: (615) 936-5933
Appointments: (615) 322-3475
Toll Free: (800) 288-6482
Routes and schedules for the free Vanderbilt shuttle
MTA bus route to One Hundred Oak (PDF)
If your baby was in the Vanderbilt NICU, you will get an appointment date upon discharge. We also accept age-appropriate referrals from community providers. Call (615) 322-3475 to make, change or cancel an appointment.
When does my child need to come to the clinic?
- 6 months and 12 months for developmental evaluations
- 18 months and 30 months for follow up on any developmental concerns
- 2 years and 3 years of age for standardized developmental testing
- Developmental assessment services
- Individualized services for your baby’s progress up to age 3 years
- Early intervention referrals as needed
- Nutrition and medication recommendations as needed
- You receive an interpretation of results at the time of your visit and we send written report to you and your child’s primary care provider
- Referrals for outpatient therapies as needed
Find pediatric therapy and rehabilitation services near you
Search Tennessee and Kentucky for follow-up services including feeding, physical, speech, and occupational therapy. Search by county
Vanderbilt®, Vanderbilt University Medical Center®, V Oak Leaf Design®,
Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt®, and Vanderbilt Health®
are all trademarks of The Vanderbilt University.