Pediatric Services for even the Smallest of Patients
No parent ever wants to imagine their child will be sick, but when medical care is required, pediatric specialists at Ayers Children’s Medical Center are here. With specialty training in pediatrics, our medical experts bring high-quality care to our youngest patients until the age of 17 through our inpatient services, outpatient clinic, therapy services and more.
Making a Hospital Stay Comfortable
In addition to board-certified pediatricians and pediatric hospitalists, Ayers Children’s Medical Center has certified Child Life Specialists on staff. These specialists work with patients and their families to make their hospital stay more comfortable, explaining procedures and teaching them what to expect.
West Tennessee’s Destination for Pediatric Services
If your child needs medical attention, turn to Ayers Children’s Medical Center for compassionate, high-quality pediatric services. From inpatient and outpatient services to a specialized program to support new families at home, Ayers Children’s Medical Center offers a full range of pediatric services in West Tennessee:
- Accredited by The Joint Commission
- Committed to patient safety and quality measures with a 99 percent patient satisfaction rating
- Healthy Start and Healthier Beginnings programs to support children’s growth and development at home
- Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with board-certified neonatologists and specially trained staff
- A Pediatric Specialty Outpatient Clinic that connects patients with pediatric physicians through a partnership with Monroe Carell, Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt that provides highly specialized pediatric care
- Therapy and Learning Center, as well as classes and education
Ayers Children's Locations
Find pediatric services close to home at one of our locations.
Whether a hospital stay, a visit to our outpatient clinic, or services from one of our child development centers, your child will be cared for by our experts in pediatric medicine.
Maggie and Friends provide a special warmth to patients needing an extra paw to hold.