Children don’t come with instruction manuals. That leaves parents with a lot of questions.
“Is my baby getting enough breast milk?”
“Are immunizations really safe?”
“Could my child have asthma?”
“How do I talk to my tween about the changes coming soon?”
At Mercy Children’s, you can get answers from experts. We have 700 primary care providers, including pediatricians and family doctors, treating kids everywhere Mercy serves. Plus, Mercy has more than 125 pediatric specialists who can answer the really tough questions on topics like autism, sleep disorders, premature birth and cancer.
With dedicated pediatric hospitals in St. Louis and Springfield, Missouri, and through outreach programs like HealthTeacher in classrooms across four states, Mercy Children’s supports healthy childhoods. It’s part of our legacy of faith-based care more than 150 years strong.