Advanced, compassionate care close to home
When your child needs specialized care — beyond what a primary care physician can provide — you want exceptional expertise delivered in a caring, child-friendly environment. And you don’t want to wait to get the care your child needs.
That’s what you’ll find at the Pediatric Specialty Clinic at Overland Park Regional Medical Center. Our clinic gives you and your child direct access to pediatric specialists, skilled nursing and support staff, and specialized pediatric medical services.
We’ll work closely with you, in partnership with your child’s primary care physician, to provide highly coordinated care tailored for your child’s specific needs. We’ll take the extra time to ensure you and your child know what to expect and that you have full input when creating a treatment plan.
Flexible scheduling, easy access and a convenient location in Johnson County, Kansas.
Our pediatric specialists and support staff know how to put sick children and their parents at ease. We’ll treat your child like our own. It’s our promise to you — and our personal and professional commitment. You can expect:
- Board-certified, fellowship-trained physicians who are leaders in their specialties
- Flexible scheduling and a convenient location
- Easy access to all the resources of Overland Park Regional Medical Center
- Established relationships with family practitioners and pediatric primary care physicians throughout the Kansas City region
- Abnormal heart rhythm
- Chest pain
- Congenital heart defects
- Heart disease in athletes
- Heart murmur
- Kawasaki disease
- Rheumatic fever
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Developmental evaluation including speech/language delay, delay in fine motor (hand use) or gross motor development (ability to walk and coordination)
- Global developmental delays
- Developmental delay associated with sensory impairments
- Developmental assessment and follow up for high risk newborns
This team evaluates and develops feeding recommendations for a wide range of feeding problems presented by children with developmental disabilities or chronic illnesses. Feeding problems often result from complex and overlapping etiologies. Nutritional oral motor and behavioral concerns may adversely affect growth and speech development. Some examples of feeding problems include but are not limited to difficulty handling increased textures, presence of tongue thrust, bite reflex or other immature eating behaviors, difficulty with positioning and behavioral problems at mealtime.
- Chromosomal disorders
- Congenital anomalies
- Down syndrome
- Familial cancer
- Familial disorders
- Genetic diseases/disorders
- Lysosomal storage disorders
- Metabolic disease
- Mitochondrial disorders
- Muscular dystrophy
- Prader-Willi syndrome