Hope Pediatrics was born out of a calling of two pediatricians who wanted to treat patients differently. Both Dr. Leah Helton and Dr. Drew Moorman are from the middle Georgia area. Both attended Mercer University. Both have had a desire to have their own pediatric practice, and most importantly, both have had a desire to practice faith based medicine. Does that mean you have to be a Christian to come to our practice? No, of course not. But it does dictate how we promise to treat your child as a person: with dignity, respect, and as a child of God.
Not only do we want our practice to be faith based, but we also want to be community based. We hope to be a blessing to Dublin and the surrounding communities. We all grew up in this middle Georgia area and want to remain here.
We strive to be a forward thinking practice with the latest technologies. That is why we have invested heavily in all new lab equipment and a pediatric-specific Electronic Health Record system. We want you to be assured, that when you come to Hope Pediatrics, you are receiving the best pediatric care possible.
Have you ever sought medical care and felt you were just another number rather than a person? Have you ever left a medical office still wanting more? That maybe no one listened to you? At Hope Pediatrics, we believe in Proverbs 18:13. We do not have misconceptions that we will always have all of the answers; only He has those. But we do believe each person is important, and we will treat your child that way; in a way that is honoring to Him. When you leave our office, you should have more knowledge and a plan in place. When you leave our office, you should have Hope going forward!
Children are a heritage from the Lord.
Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, and whose hope is the Lord.
Whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me, and whoever welcomes me welcomes not me but the one who sent me.
We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure.
Train children in the right way,
and when old, they will not stray.
Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life.