The first day of school is quickly approaching. Don't forget to schedule physicals!
New patients should arrive 30 minutes early to complete paperwork and bring current vaccine records. A biological parent or legal guardian MUST accompany patient(s) to initial office visit for ANY condition. This is required so that we are able to obtain a complete and accurate health history in order to provide the most appropriate care & treatment.
When are you open? Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm,
Extended Urgent Care hours on Monday, Thursday, & Friday until 7:00pm.
We are closed for lunch from 12:00pm – 1:00pm.
Closed Monday, Jan. 1, 2018 for New Year’s Day
Closed Monday, May 28, 2018 for Memorial Day
Closed Wednesday, July 4, 2018 for Independence Day
Closed Monday, Sept. 3, 2018 for Labor Day
Where are you? 890 Rockwall Parkway, Suite 100. We are at the southeast corner of the intersection of Horizon Road and Rockwall Parkway, on the campus of Presbyterian Hospital of Rockwall.
What ages do you see? All of our doctors see children from birth to age 25. We want to be available to our patients until they are ready to assume life as an independent adult. One of our doctors, Dr. Pascoe, is one of a handful of doctors in the DFW area with specialty training in Adolescent Medicine. This training providers her with a unique perspective on some of the special needs of teens and young adults.
What hospitals are you affiliated with? We are on staff at Presbyterian-Rockwall, Children’s Medical Center, and Baylor Scott & White. We have hospital-based physician's that will care for your baby while you are there & then we can care for the baby after they are discharged from your birthing center.
What is your philosophy on breastfeeding? Breastfeeding has many known benefits and we support mom's who wish to nurse their infants. Some mom's cannot or prefer not to nurse and we are available to guide them to an appropriate infant formula as well.
What about immunizations? We strongly support infant and childhood immunizations. Our modern immunizations have greatly improved the health of our infants, children, and teens. We follow the CDC's current immunization guidelines. Many unsubstantiated rumors exist about childhood vaccines. These rumors are usually found on the internet. If you have questions about rumors or issues you've read about on the internet, please contact us and we can address your concerns.
I'm worried about my child's weight. What can you do? Nutrition is a very important issue that we will address at each of your child's well-visits, starting at birth. We believe in a pro-active look at nutrition to prevent problems down the road.