MEMORIAL HEALTHCARE PEDIATRIC AND ADOLESCENT MEDICINE PROVIDERS
Our pediatric practices welcome you and your family and appreciate your trust in allowing us to provide medical care to your children! To learn more, please visit the links below:
- Memorial Healthcare Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine – Mitchell, 3rd Floor (Owosso)
MEMORIAL HEALTHCARE INPATIENT PEDIATRIC UNIT
The Pediatric unit is designed to care for patients ranging from newborn to age 16. The centrally located nurse’s station assures constant observation and attention for our younger and more seriously ill patients. Families and parents are encouraged to participate in the care of their loved one and parents may spend the night with their child. Shower facilities and a family lounge are easily accessible for family members.
Please speak with our medical team for visiting hours as these have been restricted due to COVID-19.
Great Start Collaborative
Memorial Healthcare participates as an active member of the Great Start-Shiawassee collaborative effort in conjunction with the Shiawassee Regional Education Services District (RESD). This association of agencies, parents, and individuals across the state of Michigan are committed, under the leadership of the Early Childhood Investment Corporation (ECIC), to the common goal of providing a Great Start for every child. The Great Start Collaborative members include parents, business leaders, faith-based leaders, health care professionals, child care providers, pre-school educators, and other community leaders.
October is Safe Sleep and SIDS Awareness Month
October is Safe Sleep Awareness Month, a month that is designated to promote healthy sleeping habits for newborns and raise awareness about sleep-related risks to infants. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 3,500 infants die annually in the United States from sleep-related infant deaths, including sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). To learn how to help baby sleep safely and reduce the risk of sleep-related infant deaths, click the video below.