Pediatrics East has been treating families in the Greater Memphis Area for many years.  Your children’s health, safety, and comfort are our top priorities.  Our goal is always to give the highest level of care possible while guiding parents to do the same.  Pediatric East staffs some of the most adept pediatricians and nurses in the mid-south, ensuring that your care is based on current, relevant medical knowledge.

For your convenience, we have several locations surrounding Memphis, including Arlington, Bartlett, Germantown, and Collierville.  We understand that parents have busy schedules, which is why we offer flexible hours at all of our locations, as well as telemedicine visits.  There is always a pediatrician available, day or night, to help you discuss your options and give advice.

Dr. Shazia Hussain

Germantown Office

Shazia Hussain, MD is a physician board certified in pediatrics who joined Pediatrics East in 2000. She attended The Aga Khan University Medical College in Karachi, Pakistan and completed her pediatric residency at LeBonheur Children's Medical Center. Her favorite part of being a pediatrician is the kids: “they are innocent, honest and always happy!”

Dr. Hussain and her husband, Dr. Kashif Latif - a practicing endocrinologist - have three teenage children. In her free time outside the office, Dr. Hussain enjoys reading and crocheting.

A few of Dr. Hussain’s favorites:
Movie: The Sound of Music
Vacation Spot: Telluride Colorado
Restaurant: Erling Jensen
Ice Cream Flavor: Mango
Comic Book Character: Jughead in the Archie comics


You and your children are the most important part of our practice, making us stand out amongst other Memphis pediatric clinics.  With a wide variety of services to offer, ranging from routine wellness check-ups to long-term chronic illness care, we’re here to answer any parents’ questions with confidence.  Pediatrics East knows that you have a choice when it comes to providers in your area, and are dedicated to being your long-term care provider from birth through young adulthood.