Nightlight Pediatric Urgent Care
NightLight Pediatric Urgent Care is dedicated to serving patients as part of a constellation of care. It takes a village to raise thriving children and we are part of that community of parents, healthcare providers and caregivers dedicated to keeping little bodies, minds and spirits healthy. Our mission is to provide exceptional quality, affordable, and compassionate service for infants, children and adolescents.
Childhood hunger, childhood education and youth entrepreneurship are causes we support throughout the year. Our organization spends the fourth Monday each month at Kids Meals putting together lunches to deliver to preschool children in need. Kids Meals is a part of a bigger program we have called BINGO (Being Impactful Nurtures Great Outcomes) and we have incentives in place to encourage our employees to volunteer. We host reading days at local libraries and our program to encourage preschool children to read more launches next month. The Early Matters program provides parents with free books and resources for their child. Last Christmas season we teamed up with BEAR (Be a Resource for CPS Kids) and made the holiday wishes of five kids come true. Most of these outreach programs are employee driven. We partner with churches, libraries, schools, and other organizations to educate parents about urgent care versus emergency care. Recently, we hosted a Bay Area Community Baby Shower for expecting mothers. Past events include YMCA Healthy Kids Day, Texas Children’s Health Fair, United Way Bay Area Health Fair, and Helen Hall Library Teddy Bear Clinic. Our CEO, Zawadi Bryant, also speaks to small business owners about Nightlight’s journey and key business growth principles. Organizations that we support include the Houston Children’s Expo, The Texas Black Expo, Gabe’s Hope Run, CompuDopt, CSTEM, Houston Children’s Museum, Houston Health Museum, YMCA, National Lemonade Day, South Central Sportz Baseball League, Northwest Assistance Ministries, Fort Bend Women’s Shelter, Forgotten Angels, and First Colony Broncos. .