Pediatric Primary Care

We understand that pediatric care means more than treating a sick child — it means providing answers and guidance throughout your child's growth. That's why we strive to build lasting relationships with parents so they can raise safe, healthy kids. Our primary care pediatrician will take the time to provide you with the information you need to make treatment decisions and better understand your child's medical condition.

Our pediatrician provides the full spectrum of outpatient primary care services to infants, children and adolescents (newborn - 18) throughout the Greater Texoma area. Comprehensive primary care is designed to keep your child healthy, now and in the future. 


General pediatric care services include:


  • Well-baby and well-child care
  • Immunizations
  • School physicals
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Care for acute illnesses, such as flu
  • Injury prevention and counseling
  • Health screening and disease prevention

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Welcome Home.

If you are looking for a medical home for your child, come check us out.

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Well Visits

Like you, our goal is to protect your child from illness and injuries. Our proactive approach is intended to identify and address concerns early on so that your baby, child or teenager has the very best chance at a happy, healthy life. 


The yearly well visit is a head-to-toe check that gives us an opportunity to conduct routine screenings and assessments that help identify potential health issues, problems with hearing or vision, behavioral concerns and more.

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Sick Visits

We know what it's like to have a sick child, so we do our best to get your little one in quickly when they are under the weather with a cold, the flu, tummy ache or whatever else has them down. 

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Immunizations

Vaccines protect children's health and save lives by preventing life-threatening diseases, including forms of cancer. GTHC will help you keep your child up-to-date on all of their immunizations.


Vaccines are safe. Vaccines are effective. Vaccines save lives.