Welcome to Eastern Shore Children’s Clinic.
We hope this website will answer questions you may have about our practice. If you don’t find your answers here, please feel free to contact us. We are dedicated to providing the best care possible for our patients.

Eastern Shore Children’s Clinic was established in 1976 in Fairhope, Alabama. Many residents of the Eastern Shore have "grown up" with us and continue the tradition by choosing us as the pediatricians for their family.

Questions? Please visit our FAQs page [click here], where we’ve gathered the most frequently asked questions by our patients.

Need an appointment? Please visit our Appointments page [click here] for instructions.

Do you need to contact us? Click HERE for our contact phone numbers, and emergency contact information. PLEASE NOTE: For medical emergencies, dial 911.


We are down to the bottom of the barrel on all presentations of our flu vaccine! We must cancel all remaining 2015 flu vaccine clinics at this time as our supply is too low! If/as more of our pre-ordered flu vaccine is received, depending on shipped allotments, we may institute future clinics but at this time we simply do not have enough remaining vaccine. We are so sorry for your inconvenience!

"Vaccines on the Go: What You Should Know?
In a continued effort to provide the public with information about the science, safety and importance of vaccines, The Vaccine Education Center at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (VEC) created Vaccines on the Go: What You Should Know so busy parents can access the information wherever and whenever they need it.

School Medication, Health and Sport Physical Forms
Parents and students, please have as much information already completed on these forms as you possibly can prior to leaving the form for your physician to complete or before your appointment. This includes all past medical history, allergies, medications, and even demographic information that you may know. It will save everyone time and additional phone calls if all of the requested information is readily available on the form for the physician prior to their review and completion. Also, please be advised that these forms may take 24-48 hours to complete or longer if your physician is out of the office, so please get the forms to us well before their return deadline.

New Patients
New patients or patients that have had immunizations at another facility must bring their immunization record with them to their checkup appointment. We can not always get this information once you are in the office and this could result in having to be rescheduled for a later appointment. New patients must be accompanied by a biological parent or bring custody/adoption papers, social security card, insurance information and drivers license.

Cancellations should be made no later than 4 hours prior to your scheduled appointment time. Appointments not cancelled at least 4 hours prior will be considered "no shows". Arriving more than 30 minutes late for an appointment will also be considered a no-show. We reserve the right to bill $25.00 for each no show appointment. Excessive no shows may result in dismissal from the practice.

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