Dr. Becker was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. He graduated from the Ohio State University College of Medicine in 1996. He obtained his residency training at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and was Board Certified in Pediatrics upon completion in 1999.
Dr. Becker ran a solo private practice for 2 years in Colorado before joining a pediatric group practice in Dallas, where he practiced for seven years. He enjoys all aspects of general pediatrics with a special interest in infectious disease processes and preventative care issues.
He currently lives in Rowlett with his wife and son.
Medical School: The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Residency: Texas Tech University Health Science Center
Dr. Pascoe obtained her undergraduate degree at Chapman College, California and her medical degree from the University of Southern California. She completed her residency in family medicine at Kaiser Hospital in California, followed by a specialty fellowship in adolescent medicine at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles.
In November 2001, Dr. Pascoe became one of fewer than 100 family physicians in the country to pass the Adolescent Medicine Board examination. Dr. Pascoe enjoys seeing babies and young children, as well as teens and young adults.
She lives in East Dallas with her husband, John, and has three adult children.
Medical School: University of Southern California
Residency: Kaiser Hospital, Fontana, CA
Fellowship: (Adolescent Medicine) Children's Hospital, Los Angeles
Dr. Sonnen is a Texas native, growing up in the San Antonio area. He received an undergraduate degree in microbiology from Texas A&M University in 1991. He followed that with an M.D. from Texas A&M Health Science Center in 1995. Dr. Sonnen completed his residency training in Pediatrics at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. While there, he authored several book chapters involving the treatment of infectious diseases in children.
After training, Dr. Sonnen was board certified in General Pediatrics. He returned to Texas in 1998 and joined a large group practice in Mesquite where he practiced pediatrics for 11 years. He also received a faculty appointment to The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, where he taught medical students the fundamentals of pediatric care for 11 years. His special area of interest is childhood vaccine advocacy.
Dr. Sonnen is a long time resident of Rockwall. He is married with two college aged children.
Undergraduate: B.S. in Microbiology, Texas A&M University
Medical School: Texas A&M University Health Science Center, College of Medicine
Residency: Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
Originally from Shreveport, Louisiana, Taylor is a Texas transplant and absolutely loves Texas life. She has been a pediatric nurse since 2014 when she completed her Associates degree of Science in Nursing at Northwestern State University. She spent over 6 years on the general pediatric floor at Louisiana State University's Shreveport hospital caring for a variety of pediatric patients, gaining invaluable experience in multiple specialties. During this time, she also worked at Shriners Hospitals for Children in the orthopedic outpatient clinic. Her passion for pediatrics continued to grow within these environments with every patient and family she cared for.
Carrying on with her dreams of becoming a pediatric nurse practitioner, she continued schooling for her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Northwestern State University. She then attended graduate school at the University of South Alabama, obtaining her Master’s of Science in Nursing with a focus in pediatric primary care. As a nurse practitioner, is passionate about collaborating with families to ensure the lifelong health of their children.
Outside of work, she enjoys live music, traveling (mainly to New Orleans for the food), finding new restaurants, and browsing the farmers market. She also looks forward to spending time volunteering within the Rockwall community as she makes the transition from Dallas living.
Kristina is a Texas native: born in Dallas and raised in Terrell. She attended The University of Texas at Tyler, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2011. After graduation, she moved to Alaska and worked at a pediatric clinic as a registered nurse and subsequently completed an operating room fellowship. After completing the residency, Kristina decided that pediatrics was where she wanted to work, and spent some time taking care of kids in the home health setting.
After moving back to Texas and working for 3 years as a nurse, she attended graduate school at Texas Woman’s University in Dallas to obtain a Master of Science degree and became a Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. Her specialty is pediatric primary care. As a nurse practitioner, she has worked in primary care pediatric offices performing well child checks, sports physicals, ADHD and behavioral health visits, developmental screenings, as well as addressing acute and chronic illness.
She lives in McKinney with her husband and is busy raising her daughter and niece. When she is not attending her kids’ soccer games or school events, she loves to bake, make charcuterie boards, and read.