Our office is open, safe, and ready to receive patients! Pediatrics East’s commitment to your family’s health remains our number one priority. As always, our team adheres to a rigorous cleaning and sanitizing routine, ensuring that as you come through our doors, you know with certainty that we’re doing everything in our power to maintain a safe environment for your child. As the quarantine orders begin to relax, we’d like to remind everyone that now is a great time to schedule annual check-ups and physicals in preparation for camp, college, or summer sports.
Currently, we are offering special hours for sick and well-child visits and are scheduling telemedicine appointments. You can find information on hours and telemedicine visits below.
Appointments and Operating Hours
Pediatrics East is currently open for well and sick child visits. with a modified schedule.
All morning clinics and night clinics are temporarily closed.
Regular Clinic Hours
Well Visits: 9am - 10:30am
Sick Visits: 11am - 5pm
Early-Bird Walk In Clinic
Telemedicine Visits are Available
PedsEast is offering the option of telemedicine visits for patients who are uncomfortable entering the space or who would simply prefer this option for the time being
To schedule a telemedicine visit, call the Appointment Line at 901-757-3535, option 1 during regular business hours to check for availability.
We ask that you stay up-to-date with Pediatrics East, through our website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. We will continue to update these platforms with new or changing information over the coming weeks.
COVID-19 Policy Changes
We have made some temporary changes to our office policies and procedures. A full summary of these adjustments can be found on our COVID-19 Policy page.
Ask a Pediatrician: COVID-19
Pediatrics East's Dr. Robert Higginbotham, Dr. Daniel Chatham, Dr. Melanie Smith, and Dr. Jessica Wilson shared their thoughts via Facebook live stream on the best techniques for keeping your family happy, healthy and safe during uncertain times. Read the full transcript or watch the video replay on our Ask a Pediatrician: COVID-19 page.