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At ECU Physicians, we love kids and it shows. We provide compassionate care for the fevers, coughs, sprains and bruises that come with childhood. Our Adolescent Medicine doctors can help you navigate the teenage years. If your child develops a serious illness, you can turn to us with confidence.  Our specialists treat cancer, heart defects, diabetes, infections, growth and learning disorders, and all childhood diseases.

We believe in making sure our patients always feel comfortable. If your child needs hospitalization, you will find kid-friendly care at our James and Connie Maynard Children’s Hospital, part of Vidant Medical Center. This two-story children’s center offers advanced medical technology in bright, cheerful surroundings. In cases of injury or sudden sickness, you can be seen at our Children’s Emergency Department. For urgent needs after hours, our Pediatric Outpatient Center remains open until 9:30 p.m. seven days a week. For more information, visit our Children's Health site.

ECU Physicians are the faculty of the Brody School of Medicine. Our teaching institution is Vidant Medical Center. Together, we treat the problems of our region with superior care for all ages, in Greenville and throughout the region. We are the largest medical practice in eastern North Carolina.You can count on ECU Physicians for all your health care needs. That's smart medicine.

ENSURING FIRST-RATE CARE:  Major gift helps autism center expand services

Sharon McLawhorn and son Christian
(7/21/14) — An anonymous gift of $1 million will enable the Family Autism Center at East Carolina University to increase professional staff and expand services for people with autism in eastern North Carolina.

“We look forward to adding colleagues from psychology and social work, as well as experienced therapists [speech-language and occupational therapists] to our current physician and nursing staff,” said Dr. Michael Reichel, a developmental and behavioral specialist in ECU’s pediatrics department and the center’s director. “Providing interdisciplinary evaluations and services will mark yet another step in fulfilling our mission to serve children and families in our region.”

Marcy Romary, interim president for ECU’s Medical & Health Sciences Foundation, said the recent gift was motivated by the donor’s close relationship with grandparents of a child on the autism spectrum.

 

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