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Services We Offer:


Well Child Check Ups and Immunizations Schedule:
  • General Pediatrics

  • Wellness Check-Ups

  • Sick Visits

  • Immunizations

Newborn Instructions:

  1. Your baby will get his first check-up at age 2 weeks or 1 month and first immunization at age 6 - 8 weeks.

  2. Feed only formula or breast milk until the first check up.

  3. Sponge bathe with warm water until the navel is healed.

  4. Clean the navel with a cotton ball dipped in rubbing alcohol 4 times a day. The naval cord will be healed and fall off in about 2 weeks or less.

  5. Apply Bacitracin ointment to his circumcision with each diaper change. The circumcision will heal in about a week.

  6. Do not use baby oil on skin

  7. Do not allow people with colds or flu to be near the baby.

  8. We recommend that an approved safety seat be used by all children during automobile travel (not an infant seat). Mississippi state law requires a safety seat for all children under age 8 years and seatbelt usage for all older ages.

  • 2 year - CBC, Hepatitis A

  • 3 year - CBC, Urinalysis

  • 4 year - CBC, Urinalysis

  • 5 year - CBC, Urinalysis, MMR, ADPT, then every 5-10 years, Polio - Varivax

  • Yearly - CBC, Urinalysis

  • Adolescent - Meningococal, HPV, Tetanus Booster

**Influenza Vaccine is recommended for everyone 6 mos - 18 years

  • 2 week - none

  • 6-9 week - Pediarix, HIB, Prevnar, Rotateq

  • 4 month - Pediarix, HIB, Prevnar, Rotateq

  • 6 month - Pediarix, HIB, Prevnar, Rotateq

  • 9 month - CBC

  • 12 month - Varivax, Hepatitis A, Prevnar

  • 15 month - MMR, HIB

  • 18 month - ADPT, Polio (if not given at 6 months)

  • Minor Emergencies

  • Sports Physicals

  • College Physicals

  • After Hours Clinic

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  • Stay on schedule with childhood vaccines. If vaccines are delayed, we could face an outbreak of preventable diseases, like measles.

We have made changes to keep you safe:

  • Separate entrances and dedicated rooms for well-child visits

  • Deep cleaning between patients

  • Fewer people in the clinic

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