Care you can trust

Our team at Memorial Health University Physicians Children’s Care provides a high standard of pediatric care with sincere compassion and dedicated attention. Our experienced specialists offer treatment for various services, from routine care to specialized treatment for patients up to 21 years old.

Our primary care services

Our board-certified pediatricians thoroughly assess your child’s needs and provide the care they need. That may include testing, immunizations, sports physicals and comprehensive health services for preventive care. For more serious conditions, such as diabetes, cancer or stomach issues, we will refer you to one of our experienced pediatric specialists.

We believe communication and education are important keys to good health for your child. Because we're interested in your child's health from infancy through adolescence, we spend time talking with you and understanding your child and your family. We'll ask you lots of questions and answer lots of yours.

Sports and school physicals

We’re happy to provide school and sports physicals as needed for our patients. Please come prepared with a list of all active medications, any previous injuries or conditions and any additional details regarding your child’s personal and family history. To request a sports or school physical, please contact our front desk at (912) 350-8180.

Sick visits

For sick visits and office visits, please call our main number to make an appointment: (912) 350-8180. You will be transferred to a triage nurse who will ask questions about the illness or injury and make an appointment. Same-day sick visits are available.

Routine care is typically scheduled in advance. We encourage all patients to have their annual exams as recommended.

Our full list of pediatric care services:

  • Acne
  • ADHD
  • Allergies and asthma
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Behavior concerns
  • Children with special healthcare needs
  • Cold or flu
  • Developmental screening
  • Ear infection
  • Eczema
  • Fever
  • Pink eye
  • Rash
  • Routine tests, shots and vaccinations
  • Sore throat
  • Sports and school physicals
  • Well-child checkups