About Chelsea Grigery


In her duties, Dr. Grigery has seen and treated a wide range of injuries and illnesses. When she's not providing the finest comprehensive, personalized health care to children and their families, she can often be found pursuing her love of travel, packing her suitcase and flying off to foreign lands. While adventure renews her, she loves the community she serves and the opportunity to watch children grow up healthy. Grigery, who joined Southeast in 2014, is board certified with the American College of Pediatrics.


Childrens Services





Office Locations

25 Doctors' Park
Cape Girardeau, MO 63703    Maps & Directions
Phone: 573-331-6750
Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
522 Virginia Street
Sikeston, MO 63801    Maps & Directions
Phone: 573-931-8181
Office Hours:

Two Thursdays a Month - 1:00-4:30 PM



  • American Academy of Pediatrics


  • 2010, University of Missouri-Kansas City, School Of Medicine, BAS
  • 2011, University of Missouri-Kansas City, School Of Medicine, MD


  • 2014, Pediatric, St. Louis Children's Hospital

Professional Affiliations

  • St. Louis Children's Hospital Recruitment Committee Member
  • St. Louis Children's Hospital Resident Committee Member


Dr. Chelsea Grigery of Southeast Pediatrics explains why it is particularly important for teens to come in for an annual checkup and to have an ongoing relationship with their physician.

Chelsea Grigery, MD, Pediatrician at Southeast Pediatrics in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

Publications & Research

  • Bacteriocidal Activity of Lizard and Mouse Serum for Borrelia lonestari, Putative Agent of Lyme-like Illness (AKA STAR/ or Masters Disease) in Missouri. Grigery, CN, Moyer P, Little SE, Masters EJ. Published in Missouri Medicine 2005 Sep-Oct; 102 (5):442-6
  • STAR/, or Masters Disease: Lone Star Tick-vectored Lyme-like Illness. Masters EJ, Grigery CN, Masters RW. Published in Infectious Disease Clinics of North America Textbook 2008 Jun 22 (2):361-76
  • Medical School: From the Inside Looking Out. Grigery C. Published in Missouri Medicine 2009 Nov-Dec; 106 (6):407-9