Pediatric Care Team Approach

Thanks to the families who have entrusted us with the extraordinary opportunity of providing care to their children, Stapleton Pediatrics has become an established and thriving practice. Just as parents must adjust their parenting focus and techniques as their children grow, so too, Stapleton Pediatrics makes every effort to accommodate our growth. Consequently, to ensure easy access to appointments and to maintain a small practice feel, Stapleton Pediatrics created Care Teams.

Care Teams consist of a pediatrician and one mid-level provider. The purpose of this team approach is to limit the number of pediatric providers that each patient and/or family sees on a regular basis. Certainly, individuals always have the choice of which provider to see; however, by typically being seen by one Care Team, we can provide the highest quality and the best continuity of care while patients and families become more familiar and more comfortable with only a small number of pediatric providers.

To join a Care Team, a patient or family simply needs to choose a Primary Care Pediatrician. By mentioning this pediatrician's name when scheduling an appointment, our staff will make every effort to schedule the appointment with that pediatrician. If there are scheduling conflicts, our staff will offer an appointment with the  mid-level on your pediatrician's Care Team. For example, when making an appointment with Dr. Amy, if both the patient and Dr. Amy's schedules are compatible, then an appointment will be scheduled with Dr. Amy. If however, either the patient or Dr. Amy cannot find a mutual time for an appointment, our staff will offer an appointment with Noriko. 

Stapleton Pediatrics Care Teams

Dr. Noah + Robyn

Dr. Brandon + Kara

Dr. Amy + Noriko

Dr. Rich + Danny

Dr. Katie + Noriko (coming in January 2018)


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