Memorial Hospital of Carbon County pediatric services cover the healthcare needs for infants to adolescents, and even young adults up to the age of 21. Taking your child to a pediatrician at a young age helps your provider get to know your child’s specific needs and follow their progress as they grow. This helps detect potential future health needs, as well as stay informed on any new details of the patient’s history like past illnesses or injuries and immunization records.

MHCC understands the importance of finding trusted pediatric care, which is why our providers offer head to toe healthcare coverage from infancy through adolescence and are happy to talk with you about anything from medicines and illnesses to injuries and behavior issues.

Caring For:

  • Ear Infections
  • Diabetes
  • Allergies
  • Common Cold
  • Rashes
  • Asthma
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • Bed Wetting
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Fever
  • Vaccinations
  • Headaches
  • Intestinal Problems
  • Obesity
  • Wellness Exams
  • …and much more!

Patti and Mahaley sees patients at MHCC Family Practice Clinic in Rawlins and MHCC Health Center – Platte Valley in Saratoga. Please call for more information or to schedule an appointment!

MHCC Family Practice Clinic
300 3rd Street
Rawlins, WY 82301

MHCC Health Center – Platte Valley
1504 South River Street
Saratoga, WY 82331

Meet Patti Shue, PNP

“Pediatric care is my passion and being able to meet the healthcare needs of this special demographic is incredibly rewarding. Having experienced care facilities in large, urban areas, the work I am able to do and the difference I can make in the lives of Carbon County families is unparalleled to anything else I have done in my career. Memorial Hospital of Carbon County is committed to caring for needs of the entire family and I am so fortunate to be a part of that mission.”

– Patti Shue, PNP

Meet Mahaley Birchett, MA

“Being part of the healthcare of pediatric patients throughout Carbon County has been a blessing. In this position I get to be a voice for those who don’t have one yet, and a voice for parents who know their babies better than anyone else in the world. As a medical assistant, I have to see the world in its most raw, inexplicable, and unfair form of reality, but get to see our patients come through that reality in a better way. The little hands and little hugs make the hard parts easier. I believe that what is done in love is done well, and I love what I can do for our Carbon County patients.”

– Mahaley Birchett, MA