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Our Clinic is well prepared for the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. For your safety, Kids Klinic has implemented protocols recommended by the CDC and Texas regulations and we are following all guidelines. However, we cannot do this alone! We need your cooperation! Here is how you can stay safe and help keep the clinic operating safely:

  1. Please check-in online, fill out all the "paperwork" BEFORE you arrive so you spend less time at the clinic and therefore less chance for exposure.
  2. Have only one adult come with the child inside the building to avoid others being exposed, preferably the parent who is not sick. If possible, leave your other children at home and do not bring your other children who do not have an appointment that day.
  3. If you (parent) are sick or recently traveled (within the past 14 days), or were exposed to someone with the coronavirus, please re-schedule non-urgent visits, like well-child check-ups otherwise call our clinic for safe arrangements.
  4. Do not let grandparents bring your child if possible since they have a higher chance of dying from this disease if exposed.
  5. Call in when you arrive and please wait in your car for your appointment. The receptionist will call you on your phone and escort you in when it is your turn.
  6. Do not allow children to roam the building or go to the bathroom alone, the more things they touch the higher chance for exposure.
  7. Ask permission to take them to the bathroom yourself and let the nurse know. Please use wipes and Lysol provided in the bathroom and clean before and after use.
  8. We removed all the toys from the examining rooms. Please keep your children entertained and in your lap, do not let them touch anything in the room. Bring a book, a toy, or coloring they can do or have them use your phone for entertainment while you wait. Do not let them leave the room or open the door.
  9. We will do everything to keep everyone apart, but keep 6 feet distance from others in case you cross-pass with them.
  10. All patients and parents are required to wear a mask (it may be a homemade one) except for children under 2. Cover your and your child's cough and sneeze with Kleenex, wipe their runny noses and drools and wash hands right away, do not let kids lick or put in their mouth anything at the clinic.
  11. Do not bring any food to eat at the clinic. Formula for babies is allowed.
  12. We are scheduling well-child checks, follow-ups, and immunizations away from sick visits to keep everyone safe. If your child has any runny nose, cough, stuffy nose, especially if they have a fever please reschedule their well-child checkup or change it to a sick visit.
  13. We are in full Protective Equipment and we may look very scary for your child. Please prepare them in advance as best as you can.
  14. We have installed fans to our windows to limit air re-circulation. Please keep busy fingers away from the fans and the electric cords!

There may be other protocols we will implement as we learn more about what works best for the safety and wellbeing of everyone.

Thank you for your cooperation!



"I am a pediatrician who treats sick children, but most importantly who coaches parents how to prevent disease, so they can raise their children to become happy and healthy and grow up to live a long and prosperous life." - Ildiko Edenhoffer MD

Our pediatric office is among the safest places you can be right now given the really extensive measures we have taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are committed to continuing operations during the Coronavirus Pandemic and made many changes to ensure your safety. We implemented "at-home-check-in" through "MyCare App" eliminating waiting room time to limit any possibility of exposure. If you complete our "at-home-check-in" you can just call on arrival and you will be directly taken to your own, clean examining room. We continue to take sick appointments and we do have tests for COVID-19.We have set up for Telemedicine calls as well through "MYCare App".  We continue to provide timely and safe well-child-check-ups since these are essential to screen for any issues and risk factors that may hinder your child's health, which is especially important at this time, as well as immunizations since they prevent the spread of other infectious diseases. Our staff is in full protective gear, we are separating sick from well-child appointments, we are limiting accompanying adults to 1-2 per child, and by law, all visitors required to wear a mask. We are keeping everyone completely apart, (not just 6 feet). As always, safety, love, and caring come first and you are loved and part of our family!

Looking for a compassionate, family-centered pediatrician in the Dallas area? You've come to the right place!


Dr. Edenhoffer has 25 years of pediatric experience as a Board Certified Pediatrician. At Kid’s Klinic you will never need to see multiple doctors or nurse practitioners, you will always be attended by the same, supportive staff. You will find a medical home for your child and feel like you became part of a family that cares about you and your child.

Dr. Edenhoffer believes in giving high-quality medical care in a family-oriented, child-friendly environment and serving the diverse international community of the area. Her commitment is to help children reach their highest potential by working with parents to promote and maintain their child's physical and emotional well–being from birth up to college years. We believe that accessibility, understanding, and comfort are the cornerstones for an exceptional pediatric practice. To achieve this goal, helpful patient resources, and an outstanding level of support and expertise. Whether you're visiting for the first time or the hundredth time, you'll receive the same quality, educational, and compassionate service with every appointment. Dr. Edenhoffer also understands that many families struggle with the cost of healthcare and buying health insurance. We do support our cash-paying patients by giving a 50% discount off of our charges.

Please take a few moments to explore our informational website. We hope you will find our site easy to navigate, informative, and helpful in keeping your family healthy. This website gives you easy access to our pediatric practice, including directions, hours of operations, payment policies, information about our physicians and our services, and even a link to request an appointment. It also includes answers to some of our most commonly asked questions.

If you have any questions or want to schedule your child's first visit to our office, feel free to contact us today. Our friendly and highly knowledgeable staff is available to support and assist you with any questions or concerns about the health of your child. Thank you for your interest in Kids Klinic.


Disclamer: Please note, that the information posted on this website is not medical advice, should not be taken as medical advice, should not be used to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease and it is in no way meant to be a substitute for professional advice.

Meet the Doctor

  • Ildiko G. Edenhoffer, MD

    Dr. Edenhoffer opened KIDS KLINIC in 2004.  She is serving the community with her 25 years of expertise as a Board Certified Pediatrician. Her mission is to provide a high quality service in a family oriented, child friendly environment and to be available to the diverse international community of this area.


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At Kids Klinic, we encourage you to contact us whenever you have a concern or question related to your care.
You can reach us at: (972) 969-4230.
Fax Number: (972) 409-9016

1141 Kinwest Pkwy, Suite 150 Irving, TX 75063

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