For Children's Neurology Appointments: (601) 984-5210
For appointments, call (888) 815-2005For general information, call (601) 984-1000
Children's Referral Line: (855) 984-KIDS
Pediatric neurologists at Children's of Mississippi, a part of University of Mississippi Medical Center, offer evaluation and treatment for young patients with suspected disorders of the nervous system. This encompasses a wide range of diseases, including, but not limited to, refractory seizure disorders, congenital anomalies and headaches. Medical care is provided in a wide variety of settings, from the ambulatory clinic to the critical care unit.
Our pediatric neurology care team includes board-certified neurologists and a certified nurse practitioner with expertise in childhood neurologic disorders. We are regionally known for expertise in pediatric neuromuscular disorders. Care is supported by other pediatric subspecialists with whom we closely interact to provide the best care for children affected by multiple medical conditions.
Radiology and anesthesia departments provide sedated neurologic scanning on our smallest patients. Electromyography and muscle biopsies are performed by a pediatric neurologist with subspecialty training in neuromuscular diseases.
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Inside the pediatric imaging suite in Sanderson Tower, every detail is designed to combine advanced care with the comfort and compassion kids need for a positive experience during imaging services.
Visitors to Sanderson Tower will find convenient spaces to eat, pick up last-minute items, rest, and reflect. Garage C, connected to Sanderson Tower by a covered walkway, offers the closest parking. It is easily accessed from Woodrow Wilson.
At Children’s of Mississippi, our pediatric experts work together to complete a full circle of care for your child.