Pediatric Primary Care
(Available by Appointment)
We understand that pediatric care means more than treating a sick child—it means providing answers and guidance throughout your child’s growth. That’s why we strive to build lasting relationships with parents so they can raise safe, healthy kids. Our primary care pediatricians will take the time to provide you with the information you need to make treatment decisions and better understand your child’s medical condition. Comprehensive primary care is designed to keep your child healthy, now and in the future.Appointments Available Soon
Kids Urgent Care
(Available Seven Days a Week, No Appointment Needed)
Our Kids Clinic treats acute and minor conditions in children by providing quick medical attention outside of the hours when your regular doctor may not be available. We are designed to save you unnecessary (and unpleasant) trips to the emergency room, and ensure that your child will be seen by a pediatric specialist (which is often not the case when visiting the ER). For fevers to nasty weekend scrapes, avoid the emergency room and head to TrustCare Kids where we’ll see to it your child will feel better faster.Get Directions
Dr. Catherine P. Phillippi
Dr. Phillippi joined TrustCare in 2021. She earned the Bachelor of Science in Biology from Mississippi College in 1994 and her medical degree from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in 1999. Dr. Phillippi completed her pediatric training at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences/Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Prior to joining TrustCare, Dr. Phillippi practiced at Children’s Medical Group in Jackson, Mississippi, and spent time in Birmingham, Alabama. Dr. Phillippi is married to Dr. Mark Phillippi, a nephrologist at Central Nephrology Clinic and they have three children.
Dr. Karen Hobbie Kogon
Dr. Kogon earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Trinity College in Connecticut in 1989 and her medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine in 1993 and completed her residency there in 1996. She practiced as an academic Pediatric Hospitalist at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta though July 2015. She then became Executive Director of the Chastain Horse Park, a non-profit 503c organization with a therapeutic riding program for disabled children. Dr. Kogon is married with three children. Her husband currently serves as the chief of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery at Batson Children’s Hospital. Her passion outside of work are riding and showing her three horses. Note: Dr. Kogon will begin with TrustCare Kids in March 2021.
What To Expect
Some children become nervous or anxious when it’s time to visit the doctor. To help them feel at ease, our clinic has a jungle theme with several rooms offering unique, animal exam room tables. All rooms have wall-mounted interactive table screens with puzzles and games for kids (and adults!). The waiting rooms also have interactive lighted wall panels and benches.