Children’s Hospital Specialty Clinic Opens At Erlanger East

Thursday, January 11, 2018
Officials at Erlanger East Hospital announce the addition of a Children’s Specialty Clinic to the East Brainerd facility. 
 
The clinic offers multiple pediatric specialties including gastroenterology, cardiology and endocrinology.  Erlanger’s Childhood Cancer Survivorship program, as well as pediatric Neurology and Pulmonology, will also join the clinic in the next few months. 
 
The Children’s Specialty Clinic provides the same level of care a child would receive at the region’s only children’s hospital in downtown Chattanooga.  It offers a more convenient location for patients living in or near the East Brainerd area.
While office visits will be available daily and vary by specialty, procedures and other tests will continue to take place at Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. 
 
The Children’s Specialty Clinic at Erlanger East Hospital is located in Suite 206 of the Physician Office Building, located through Entrance A of the Erlanger East Hospital. For more information, or to learn if your child’s provider offers appointments at Erlanger East Hospital, contact the physician’s office. 


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