Every Mom wants to have a good Doctor or Pediatrician for their Kids.
Whatever sort of belief you have on vaccinations, medicines, or more, you always want to choose a Pediatrician nearby who you can trust.
Are you looking for a new Pediatrician?
Maybe you are pregnant and you are looking for one to care for your child after you give birth. Here are some good things to consider and questions to ask a pediatrician.
Things to Consider when choosing a Pediatrician:
Distance: You’ll want to find an office close to your house. When you have a sick child the last thing you want to have to do is drive far away just to get to the office. Make sure it’s reasonably close by.
Parking/Getting Inside: There’s nothing worse than not being able to actually park at a doctor’s office. Do a drive by and see if there is adequate parking or how far the office is in the building. When you’re carrying a newborn or even a toddler, you want an easy in and out place!
Here are some things to ask a Pediatrician’s Office about.
Hours of operation: Does the office have weekend hours? Are there special “Newborn” well-check hours? How quickly can I get in with a doctor if my child is sick?
Are all doctors in the practice in Network with my insurance?
What age ranges does the office serve?
What are the Pediatrician offices on call and call-in processes? Will there be a doctor or nurse line on-call, after hours? How much does this cost?
Are you looking for a more holistic approach?
When you’ve narrowed your search down go to some visits and schedule a tour and a meeting with the potential doctor.
We’ve gathered up the most referred over and over and made this guide for all of Plano and surrounding areas to use.
This list is not just pediatricians in Plano, it includes many doctors in surrounding Collin County area as well.
I am interested in Pediatricians for Special Needs and alternative Vaccine Schedules
I’m looking for a Pediatrician for my Child with Special Needs!
The Most Recommended Mentions by Local Moms are Dr. Stellman in The Colony, Dr Patel at Baylor Family Medicine in Plano, Sharon Wiener at Pediatric Offices at Willow Bend, Dr Monica Herrera at Windhaven Pediatrics or Dr. Abraham of Olive Branch Pediatrics
I am looking for a pediatrician for my kids that is supportive of alternate or delayed vaccine schedules. Who do you suggest?
Best Nest Pediatrics in Frisco, Norman Minsky in Plano, Shine Pediatrics in Frisco and also in Richardson and Dr. Punita Shah in Frisco
Check out our Favorite Pediatrician Recommendations
HSNT Plano Pediatrician, Dr. Achala Ellepola is accepting new patients. She welcomes most commercial insurance plans, Medicaid, CHIP and offers a sliding fee scale for patients without health insurance. Dr. Ellepola has 25 years of experience and is known as a compassionate provider that listens.
The best pediatrician in Frisco is crucial for parents who want to ensure their children’s well-being. Kids Linic offer the best medical care and focuses on their development. It also ensures to make children use their hands and fingers in precise and coordinated movements for better development.
Children’s Medical Center Plano is a world-class pediatric hospital, dedicated to serving families north of Dallas. As the area’s first full-service children’s hospital, we offer comprehensive care for almost every pediatric injury, health issue and disease.
Our goal is to create a pediatric & adolescent medical practice that combines high quality care; a warm comfortable atmosphere for both child & parent.
At Village Pediatrics, we do everything we possibly can to provide quality, compassionate care to leave children healthy and happy. Our state-of-the art facility utilizes the best technology and most cutting-edge treatments to create a safe and secure atmosphere for children and parents alike.