• Mobile, Alabama
  • 2560 Old Shell Road, , Mobile, AL
  • 251-378-8635
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Mobile, Alabama
  • Diagnosing and treating patients ages 4 - 25 Dr. Mace sees patients ages 5-80 • During the COVID-19 pandemic we are expanding our telehealth services to patients. Most appointments will be through telehealth. Please contact the office for more information regarding your telehealth insurance benefits. • All in-office visits will require the patient wear a mask. • If you have been sick with fever or respiratory symptoms in the last two weeks or have been in contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19, please do not make an appointment in the office. • Adult patients should come alone. Pediatric patient visits are limited to one caregiver.
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  • Monday-Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm , Closed on Friday
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Hilary Seay, NP
Hilary Seay, NP
James Wiley, MD, FAAP
James Wiley, MD, FAAP

Dr. Wiley attended medical school at the University of Alabama School of Medicine, and completed his residency at the University of Alabama School of Medicine, The Children’s Hospital of Alabama. He is board certified in Pediatrics. Dr. Wiley practiced general pediatrics at Dothan Pediatric Clinic in Dothan AL for almost 20 years before moving to Mobile in 2008 and founding Focus. He served as President of the Alabama Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and is currently the District X Vice Chair Person for the AAP. He has been listed in America’s Best Doctors and America’s Top Pediatricians and was named Master Pediatrician by Children’s Health System. Dr. Wiley is married and has 3 college aged children. He enjoys fishing and painting.

“Every day I learn something new about ADHD from the wisdom of my patients.”

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William J Mace, Ph.D
William J Mace, Ph.D

Dr. Mace graduated from the University of Alabama and earned his master’s degree from the University of South Alabama.  He received his Ph.D in Psychology at the University of Kansas and completed his internship at the Devereux Foundation in Devon, Pennsylvania.  He has practiced as a licensed psychologist in the state of Alabama for the past 20 years and teaches undergraduate courses at the University of South Alabama.  Dr. Mace is married and has two children in high school.  He enjoys sports and outside activities.

Day 6: 31 Ways to Make ADHD Medication Less Scary Before Halloween

“I’m more scared by ADHD medication than ADHD itself.” Hi it’s Dr. James Wiley with Focus-MD. ADHD is much scarier than stimulant medication. Parents need to be aware that untreated ADHD has its side effects too. The most important of…

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Day 5: 31 Ways to Make ADHD Medication Less Scary Before Halloween

“Worrying about the heart side effects of ADHD medication gives me palpitations.” Dr. Wiley agrees with Dr. Scott’s explanation of how EKG’s are not needed for children who are starting to use ADHD medication. Dr. Wiley says in addition to…

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Day 4: 31 Ways to Make ADHD Medication Less Scary Before Halloween

I’m scared about stunted growth due to ADHD medication So the folks that try to scare you about ADHD medication will tell you that the medications will cause problems with the growth. They’ll say that the medications stunt growth, but there’s just…

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