Outside of new Sanderson Tower with sculptures in front

Need help planning your child's visit?

Find out where to go, how to preregister, and more.

Planning Your Visit

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We want your upcoming visit to Children’s of Mississippi Hospital to be as smooth and convenient as possible. To help, use the resources on this page to:

  • Find your way on campus, including the new Kathy and Joe Sanderson Tower
  • Make registration faster and easier
  • Find out what we are doing to keep you safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Click here to take a look around the new Sanderson Tower.

Some of our services have new locations.

With new spaces now open inside the Kathy and Joe Sanderson Tower, some of our services have moved. Find out where to go for your child's appointment.

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eCheck-in streamlines registration.

Convenient eCheck-in is now available for MyChart users. Save time at registration by logging into your MyChart account and completing eCheck-in up to five days before your appointment.

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Your health and safety are our priority.

Family-friendly amenities to make your visit more comfortable.

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.

  1. Market Coffee

    Market Coffee (Sanderson Tower, Level G) is open daily with Starbucks® beverages, grab-and-go foods, and hot sandwiches.
  2. Gift Shop

    Children’s of Mississippi Gift Shop (Sanderson Tower, Level G) offers merchandise specially selected for pediatric patients and their parents, including stuffed animals, toys, snacks, and drinks.
  3. Interfaith Chapel

    The interfaith chapel (Sanderson Tower, Level G) is open 24 hours a day for quiet, meditation, and prayer.
  4. PICU/NICU Family Lounges

    The PICU (Level 3) and NICU floors (Levels 4 & 5) of Sanderson Tower feature lounges with refrigerators and washer dryers, where families of patients admitted to the PICU or NICU can eat, relax, and do laundry.