Pediatricians & Staff

Zacharia Reda

Zacharia Reda

M.D., FAAP, FCCP

Specialties: primary pediatrics, Asthma, Pulmonary, Critical care and hospital medicine

 

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Alexander Tu

M.D., FAAP

Specialties: primary pediatrics, well-child exams, immunizations, diabetes, asthma, lung and thyroid disorders, developmental disorders, autism and oral health Read More

Valerie Sheppard

M.D., FAAP

Specialties: newborns, care of twins/multiples, and ADHD management

 

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Frances Duda

M.D.

Specialties: primary pediatrics, diagnosing and treating developmental and behavioral issues

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Glenn Katz

M.D., FAAP

Specialties: newborn and adolescent medicine, pediatric preventative care

 

 

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William Holm

M.D., FAAP

Specialties: diabetes, pediatric obesity, early and delated growth, puberty disorders, thyroid, adrenal, and metabolic disorders, hormonal imbalances, and PCOs in female patients

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Sandra Kellum

M.D., FAAP

Specialties: pediatric inpatient & outpatient care, newborn care, nutrition, respiratory conditions, and skin diseases

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Taylor Duffin

M.D., FAAP

Specialties: outpatient & newborn and infant inpatient care, adolescent care, and long acting reversible contraception (LARC)

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Elsa Fernandez

M.D., FAAP

Specialties: primary pediatric care, diabetes, obesity, development issues, and pediatric disorders

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Jay Rothman

M.D. (retired)

(Retired)

Specialties: pediatric care,  pediatric preventative care

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Friendly Staff

Pediatric care specialists, Physician assistants, LVN  and medical assistants have a very complex role and specialize in caring for newborns, childrens and adolescents.

They assist physicians and are responsible for the initial picture your children will see when visiting the doctor’s office. A happy friendly face helps to put your children at ease.

The care providers with Newport Children’s Medical Group have over 50 years collective experience in pediatric care in both In Patient and Outpatient settings. Our care providers strive to establish relationships of trust with our young patients and their parents in an environment that often involves frightening and sometimes painful situations. Every encounter with a new patient consists of a challenge to gain confidence and cooperation.

They work hard to address parents’ concerns about their children being treated and regarded as an individual reflecting the value parents place on continuity of care.