Norma Mobley, MD, FAAP
Dr. Mobley is an established Board Certified pediatrician in the Mobile Community. She is known for her dedication by achieving and maintaining the best standards of care possible, and treating the “whole patient.”
She attended Michigan State University, majoring in Medical Technology and Psychology. She completed her graduate studies at Emory University and worked as a Primary Care Physician Assistant before medical school. She attended Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. She remained in Atlanta to complete her specialty training in pediatrics through the Emory University School of Medicine Program.
She also served as Pediatric Chief Resident, was voted Resident of the Year and by unanimous decision, received the Mary Brady Award recognizing her as “The most self-reliant pediatric resident who supports others in the most positive, nurturing way”. Being the eldest of five daughters, and a loving single parent to her son Cameron, Dr. Mobley has a strong sense of family.
In addition to caring for children in her busy pediatric practice, Dr. Mobley is adjunct teaching faculty for the University of South Alabama, and has been awarded “Teacher of the Year”.She is the pediatric medical director for Mercy Medical, a local home health/hospice agency.She also precepts medical students, students of allied health, and acts as mentor to college students contemplating careers in medicine.She has additionally volunteered her services caring for children through missions in Mexico, Mississippi (post Hurricane Katrina), and most recently in Haiti since the devastating earthquake.