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About Pediatrics Complex Care Clinic

Children with medical complexity are a growing population, as more infants and children are surviving with congenital anomalies, genetic syndromes, and other medical conditions that previously would have been fatal in the first year of life. Early identification of disease, advancement in treatment modalities, and improvement in neonatal care have resulted in higher survival rates.

The USA Pediatrics Complex Care Clinic has received recognition as Alabama’s primary site for the Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network to Advance Care for Children with Medical Complexity, a national quality improvement project with the purpose of improving the quality of life for children with medical complexity, the well-being of their families, and the cost-effectiveness of their care.

USA College of Medicine

Our physicians are also educators in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine. Visit the Department of Pediatrics to learn about its academic mission and residency program.

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Aug72020

Nationally certified car seat technicians from USA Health will inspect car seats to ensure they are properly installed. First Friday of the month excluding holidays.

Sep112020

Nationally certified car seat technicians from USA Health will inspect car seats to ensure they are properly installed. First Friday of the month excluding holidays.

Sep172020

It's the 13th year for the USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute GO Run presented by the Catranis Family Charitable Foundation, and we are going virtual! That means you have the freedom to run wherever you'd like, whether it's on a treadmill, indoor track, or the great outdoors.

Oct22020

Nationally certified car seat technicians from USA Health will inspect car seats to ensure they are properly installed. First Friday of the month excluding holidays.

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