Our Mission

We believe our first responsibility is to our patients, their needs and overall well being. Rivertown Pediatrics specializes in pediatric care of infants, children and adolescent medicine.

Our goal is to offer an uncompromising level of medical care to meet the preventive, acute and chronic medical and emotional needs of children.

Our goal is to ensure that area children enjoy longer, healthier and more productive lives. Rivertown Pediatrics shall utilize all levels of medical technology to ensure the best medical outcomes for our patients. We strive to maintain the highest quality physicians by board certification and maintaining continuous medical education.

Our employees' goal is the betterment of our patient lives through patient care and responsiveness to their medical situation. Our employees are the bedrock of our organization and should be treated with respect. Rivertown Pediatrics will conduct its business operations with the highest level of ethical and professional behavior.

Our goal is to be a supportive business leader in our community to enhance the greater good of our patients' lives and the quality of like for all members of our community. Rivertown Pediatrics recognizes the need to recruit, develop, motivate, reward and retain personnel of exceptional ability, character and dedication.

Rivertown Pediatrics believes that the positive development of our children is the most important mission of any parent. We believe parents have a responsibility to comply with their physician's recommended medical protocols.

Our organization is committed to the health of our children both medically and spiritually. The physicians, nurses and staff of Rivertown Pediatrics are bound to the continual expansion of our organization's services in our community of our patients.



2416 Capstone Court
Columbus, GA 31909

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