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The mission of our pediatricians, specialists and team of nurses is to provide high-quality pediatric care so your child can thrive.

From well visits and preventive care to emergency services, we offer your family a continuum of care. We help guide, protect and celebrate your little ones from birth to adulthood, and beyond.

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Jean K. Rex
Jean K. Rex, MD


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