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Pediatrician - Murrells Inlet
140 Bandage Court
Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
(843) 652-3300


Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in your life. Nothing is more rewarding than the privilege of caring for this new life and providing an environment in which both you and your child will thrive and develop. Choosing the pediatrician that can best care for your child is an important decision. At Inlet Pediatrics, we share your joy and enthusiasm and look forward to the opportunity in partnering with you on the exciting journey of raising a child.

Our physicians and nurse practitioners provide care for babies born at Waccamaw Community Hospital only. After your child is born, the hospital will notify our office that we have a new baby, and a provider will come to the hospital to see your child that day or the following day. Our physicians will also perform your sons circumcision, should you choose this procedure for your child.

Babies born at hospitals other than Waccamaw Community Hospital will follow up with our office 48 hours after discharge. Our office will request all newborn records from the hospital at which your child was born for your childs continuation of care.

To save time, please see Patient Forms page for all necessary paperwork prior to your visit. Be sure to bring a copy of your child's insurance card.

Getting Acquainted
Please feel free to call our office if you have additional questions about us. Or, if you prefer, call today to schedule a prenatal, "get acquainted" meeting.

Upon Arrival
When your baby is born at an affiliated hospital, simply tell your obstetrician and the hospital staff that you have chosen Inlet Pediatrics as your child's pediatrician. Our office will be notified of your baby's birth by the hospital staff. Upon discharge, please contact our office about scheduling your baby's first visit to our office.

Useful Information
Visit our About Us section to learn more about our practice and doctors.

Explore our Resources section for some great tips on newborn care.

Healthy Children
American Pregnancy Association
American Academy of Pediatrics
Breastfeeding FAQs

Again, Congratulations! Enjoy this exciting time.

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