Our providers serve babies, children, and adolescents in our hospitals and throughout their lives at Singing River Pediatrics clinics.

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Welcome to Singing River Pediatrics

Pediatrics COVID-19 Announcement

We remain available to provide exceptional care for your child; Singing River Pediatrics greatly appreciates the trust that you have placed in us.

About Singing River Pediatrics

Our pediatricians and nurse practitioners provide the best evidence-based treatments for your child.

Singing River Pediatrics consists of both inpatient and outpatient care. Singing River Health System admits pediatric patients (12 years old and under) to Pascagoula Hospital.

Well babies delivered at Ocean Springs Hospital remain at OSH until discharge; however, newborns requiring medical attention will transfer to the Pascagoula Hospital.

General Pediatric Care

Our outpatient clinics in Gulfport, Ocean Springs, and Pascagoula can provide your children comprehensive pediatric care.

Services include:

Newborn Care
Well Child Exams
Sports Physicals
Behavior Evaluations
Everyday Sick Child Diagnosis & Treatment
ADD and ADHD Screening & Treatment
Dietary and Nutritional Advice
Care for Children with Special Needs

Pediatric Acute Care

Should your child require hospitalization, our team provides exceptional treatment for inpatient children at Gulfport Hospital and Pascagoula Hospital.

Pediatric Wound Care

We provide customized care for each child and each type of wound, such as:

  • Abscesses: red, swollen, infected bumps on the skin that are filled with pus.
  • Burns: minor first- and second-degree skin wounds from heat, chemical or electrical burns.
  • Gastrostomy tube site problems: when skin breaks down around a gastrostomy tube, which is placed through the skin of the abdomen directly into the stomach to feed kids who can’t get enough nutrition by mouth.
  • Pilonidal cysts: abnormal sacs of embedded hair and skin debris, usually located near the tailbone, above the crease of the buttocks.
  • Pressure sores: open skin wounds from long periods of inactivity like sitting in a wheelchair or lying in a bed, or from medical devices like splints and casts that press against the skin.
  • Surgical wounds: from surgical cuts. 
  • Trauma wounds: caused by accidents, bites, gun shots, etc.

Vaccines for Children Program

Does your child have Medicaid, or is your child Medicaid-eligible? If so, they may be eligible to receive their shots for free via the Vaccines for Children Program