Pediatricians care for the physical needs of children from the time of birth until adulthood. Care of infants, children and adolescents is a specialty. There are specific concerns that pediatricians are trained to diagnose and treat. These can include allergies, nutrition, and genetic and developmental milestones. Our pediatricians are dedicated to providing our youngest patients with quality and compassionate care in a comfortable environment.
As a pediatrician, Dr. Darwich provides preventive health services for healthy children, as well as medical care for children who are acutely or chronically ill. "While working with children is a serious matter, there’s always a way to make it a fun and enjoyable experience for both patients and parents. I like to invite parents to be part of the decision making process as joint care plans usually have better success.
Read what his patients are saying: "Dr. Dhonau is the best! He takes all the time we need to listen to any concerns we might have. He's a great doctor!"
See what her patients are saying: "Dr. Flores and all the staff that we encountered were very kind and friendly!"
"Dr. Flores has provided for our son since the day he was born. She has always been kind, understanding and caring, and is a wonderful listener! She's great!"
* Currently accepting only new pediatric patients under the age of 18 (infant to age 17).
Currently accepting new patients.
Read what his patients are saying: "Dr. Grass always takes his time with me! He addresses any concerns that I may have."
As a pediatrician, Dr. Lyke provides preventive health services for healthy children, as well as medical care for children who are acutely or chronically ill. “I build an alliance with the families I serve and work to promote coordinated care that spans from childrens’ health to community health,” Dr. Lyke says. “It is important to connect a child’s needs and integrate them within the community.”
Dr. Miesfeld grew up in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and married his wife, Jessie, in 2007. He is a former member of the Wisconsin Marching Band Drumline. His areas of interest include sports medicine, diabetes, and literacy.
Dr. Miesfeld enjoys spending time with her husband, Jay, and son, Eric, and watching and learning new things every day from her son. She also takes time to walk, swim, bike, read and cook in her spare time. Her professional areas of interest include patient/family education, and whole body health (physical, mental, emotional); promoting health and wellness, injury and illness prevention, diabetes, asthma; and pediatric obesity and nutrition.
Dr. Peterson moved to Wisconsin after growing up in Ohio and living in St. Louis. She enjoys playing with her two dogs Felix and Jack, going to movies, and spending time with her family. Her areas of interest include childhood development and developmental disorders, promoting health and wellness, injury and illness prevention, ADHD, Autism, childhood asthma, and prematurity and neonatal care.
See what her patients are saying: "Dr. Schwendel is always exceptional! She is very approachable and patient."
"Dr. Schwendel is great! She made my daughter feel comfortable answering questions and explaining things, in a way that a 12-year-old can understand. I am so glad to have Dr. Schwendel as my daughter's pediatrician!"
"Dr. Schwendel did such a good job explaining everything! It is evident that she loves to educate her patients and doesn't mind taking the time to ensure all questions are answered."