Centers and Clinics

For life-threatening emergencies, call 911 or go directly to the Children's Emergency Department at Vidant Medical Center.

Adult & Pediatrics Health Care

Providing care for children, adolescents and adults in a setting comfortable for all ages.

Located at Moye Medical II, 517 Moye Blvd.
Telephone: 252-744-0766 or 252-744-7968; Fax: 252-744-0392

  • Adolescent Care Clinic - A comprehensive service for older children who are experiencing the mental and physical changes as they transition to adulthood. Staffed by pediatricians with special training in the needs of adolescents. 252-744-0766


Brody - Module F

We provide expert care for all children’s cancers, including leukemia, tumors, rare conditions and blood diseases. We provide care through Brody Module F, the Maynard Children’s Hospital, and our regional Leo W. Jenkins Cancer Center for radiation therapy.

Telephone: 252-744-2892; Fax: 252-744-5803

  • Pediatric Hematology / Oncology Clinic


Center for Adults with Childhood Chronic Conditions (CACCC)

The Center for Adults with Childhood Chronic Conditions (CACCC) provides primary care in a medical home setting for adolescents and adults with chronic illnesses and/or other special health care needs that originate in childhood or infancy. When appropriate our clinic assists in the transition from pediatric to adult health care settings. Services are based on the developmental needs of the patient and include provision of care coordination. CACCC is staffed by a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics-trained physician and a nurse specialist serving as a care coordinator. The clinic welcomes new patients 14 years of age and older with chronic and complex conditions from childhood, and serves as a primary care medical home as these individuals age into and move through adulthood.

The CACCC also serves many patients as they age out of the C5 clinic, providing a smooth transition of care for these individuals. The CACCC clinic addresses chronic disease management as well as routine health maintenance. Care is guided by disease specific guidelines and consensus recommendations, both to optimize patient outcomes and quality of life and to reduce the number of ER visits and hospitalizations. Care at CACCC is often primary care or may be provided as consultative care coordinated with a primary care physician in the patient’s home community.

Moye Medical II, 517 Moye Blvd.
Telephone: 252-744-0766 or 252-744-7968; Fax: 252-744-0392


Center for Children with Chronic and Complex Conditions (C5)

For infants and children whose conditions are fragile, chronic and complex, requiring special medical and developmental support. The center aims to promote optimal growth, development and well-being for these children and their families while working with the child's own physician and assisting children during their transition to adult medical care.

Located at Vidant Medical Center and Pediatric Specialty Care
Telephone: 252-744-5871; Fax: 252-744-5759


Children's Advocacy (also known as the TEDI BEAR: Child Advocacy Center)

We provide forensic evaluation and consultation, with mental health services for child abuse victims and their families. Evaluations are through physician, social worker and law enforcement referral only.

Located at 2303 Executive Circle in Greenville, NC.
Telephone: 252-744-8334; Fax: 252-744-8335


Children's Developmental Services Agency - CDSA (formerly the DEC)

Evaluates children who are under the age of three years and are suspected of or known to have a developmental disability. Developmental disabilities include spina bifida, autism, mental retardation, or any childhood developmental difficulty involving movement or communication. We see many young children with greatly varied needs stemming from illness, injury, or delayed development and arrange special services (occupational, physical, speech therapy) when needed. Children are referred to the CDSA by physicians and other health care professionals, as well as by parents.

Located in the Irons Building
Telephone: 252-737-1177; Fax: 252-737-1113


East Carolina Heart Institute (ECHI @ ECU)

We care for heart defects whether in your child’s first hours or childhood and beyond. We perform life-saving procedures and provide advanced treatments. We evaluate irregular heart beat (arrhythmia), heart murmurs and fainting (syncope).

Located in the ECU - East Carolina Heart Institute
Telephone: 252-744-5601; Fax: 252-744-3814

  • Cardiology and Electrophysiology - Services include catheterization, ablation, echocardiography, pacemakers and defibrillators.
  • Congenital Heart Disease - This service includes infants, children and adults.


Family Autism Center

The mission of the Family Autism Center (FAC) is to provide services for children, youth, and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. Eastern North Carolina has a variety of services for individuals with autism and their families, but these services are often fragmented and the various systems are difficult for families to navigate. This results in poor access to services and unfortunate outcomes for children, families, and adults. The increasing autism rates (nationally 1 in 88 and formerly 1 in 110) make accurate diagnosis, coordination of care, provision of services and advocacy even more critical for our region. Nationally generated autism rates specific to NC are 1 in 70 (1 in 43 boys).

Located at the Family Autism Center, 108 West Firetower Road, Suite A
Telephone: 252-328-3221; Fax: 252-737-4867


Pediatrics Outpatient Center

Located in the Brody Outpatient Center
Telephone: 252-744-2335; Fax: 252-744-3811

  • General Pediatrics - Comprehensive pediatrics services that include routine care, immunizations, check-ups as well as evaluations, diagnosis and management of ongoing medical conditions.
  • Acute Care Clinic - An after-hours pediatrics clinic for children up to age 18 with non-life-threatening emergencies or who need immediate medical attention.
  • Diagnostic Dilemma Clinic - A second-opinion consultation service. A special clinic for children with difficult-to-diagnose conditions such as:
    • experiencing complex symptoms of uncertain cause
    • having multiple conditions
    • having compounding issues, such as mental retardation and chronic illness, or mental and physical symptoms
    • having not responded as expected to standard treatments for complicated conditions
  • Special Baby Clinic - This service focuses on infants and children to age five, with complex health concerns, including oxygen dependency, nutritional assistance, and mobility and learning delays.
  • Pediatric Surgery - Children with a wide range of conditions will benefit from this specialized level of care. Below are some of the pediatric surgical services we offer.
    • Neonatal surgery
    • Prenatal surgery
    • Trauma surgery
    • Oncologic surgery
    • General surgery


Pediatrics Specialty Care

Located at 2150 Herbert Court
Telephone: 252-744-5437

  • Children with Complex and Chronic Conditions (C5 Clinic)
  • Endocrinology / Diabetology – insulin pumps and the newest medications and treatments
  • Gastrointestinal care for digestive disorders, gastric bleeding, malnutrition and reflux; with colonoscopy and endoscopy services.
  • Pediatric Health Weight and Research Treatment Center (PHWRTC) – provides state-of-the-art, comprehensive, multidisciplinary medical care and treatment for at-risk, overweight and obese children and youth in eastern North Carolina.
  • Pulmonology and Respiratory Disease Care – cystic fibrosis and asthma; with bronchoscopy services and pulmonary function testing
  • Nephrology – care for children with abnormal kidney function, nephrotic syndrome, glomerulonephritis, dialysis, hypertension, and others.
  • Behavioral and Developmental - Provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary state of the art services for evaluation and management for children and adolescents having learning and behavioral issues.


Sleep Disorders

The Pediatric Sleep Disorders Clinic allows us to evaluate children with apnea or other sleep disturbances.

Located at 521 Moye Boulevard (Moye Medical II)
Telephone: 252-744-1600; Fax: 252-744-1115