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YOUR CHILD.
YOUR DOCTOR.

24-HOUR CARE

We understand children get sick at all hours of the day and night. That’s why we accept phone calls and/or text messages any time of the day and emails whenever it’s convenient for you. If you can’t bring your child into our office we offer telemedicine visits to help your child feeling better faster.

Call/Text Us — (307) 577-4260

You cant help when your child gets sick - we get it. Call us when you need to at 3pm or 3am or anywhere in between.

Email Us — casperchildrens@gmail.com

You prefer email? No worries, send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as we see it.

MEET YOUR CHILD’S DOCTOR

Dr. Shelley Springer started Casper Children’s Center in 2014. Dr. Springer graduated from the Medical College of Ohio, Toledo in 1994, completed a Pediatrics residency and a Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine fellowship in 2000 at the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston. Dr. Springer is passionate about giving children a chance at living a happy and healthy life. 

Here are some more fun facts about Dr. Springer:

Dr. Springer implemented the first ventilator in the West Indies in 2013.
Dr. Springer is licensed to practice Neonatology and Pediatric medicine in 25+ different states.
Dr. Springer is Wyoming's first ever Neonatologist — expert in tiny, premature babies and sick infants.

  

 

OUR SERVICES


Casper Children’s Center provides medical care for patients from birth (and sometimes before) through 22 years of age (or older under certain circumstances.) Check out some of our services below.

ACCEPTED INSURANCES

We accept most major insurances and will file your claim for you with proof of eligibility. We do not bill, and expect payment by cash or credit card at the time of service for any amounts not covered by your insurance plan. We are “in network” for these insurances.

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your child deserves to be healthy

We believe that the best care can be achieved by a dynamic partnership between patients and providers who know each other, who trust each other, and who take active roles in their own health and well-being.