The Woodlands Hospital
Pediatric Subspecialty Clinic
Shaun S. Varghese, M.D. – Affiliated Pediatric NeurologistMedical Plaza 2 at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands920 Medical Plaza Dr. Suite 120The Woodlands, TX 77380Call (281) 298-1144 for appointments.
Ian Butler, M.D. - Affiliated Pediatric NeurologistEvery other Thursday from 1 to 5 p.m.Call (832) 325-7151 for appointments.
Pediatric Cardiology Children require special equipment because they have smaller hearts and blood vessels. They also have special sedation and monitoring needs because of their age and ability to cooperate during care. Heart services at Children’s Memorial Hermann The Woodlands includes:
Faustino Ramos, M.D. - Affiliated Pediatric Cardiologist
Medical Plaza 1
1120 Medical Plaza Dr Ste 130
The Woodlands, TX 77380
Medical Plaza 2
920 Medical Plaza Dr Ste 140
The Woodlands, TX 77380
Children's Memorial Hermann affiliated pediatric cardiologistDr. Faustino Ramosdiscusses the importance of pre-participation cardiac screenings for young athletes before they play sports.
Watch the above online presentation to learn about the importance of having your child receive a cardiac screening before participating in youth athletics.
Amanda Schuck-Phan, M.D. - Affiliated Pediatric Gastroenterologist
Dermatology is a branch of medicine that deals with the largest organ of the human body – skin – and also with hair/scalp and nails. A pediatric dermatologist completes additional training related to treating children, including the development of skills needed to communicate effectively with children and their caregivers.
Vicki Carr, M.D.1120 Medical Plaza Dr. Ste 130The Woodlands, TX 77380(832) 717-3376
ophthalmologists are medical and surgical doctors who specialize in the eye
care of children. All ophthalmologists have training in children’s eye
problems, but the pediatric ophthalmologist has additional experience and
expertise in examining children and the greatest knowledge of possible
conditions that affect the pediatric patient.
to the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (AAPOS),
neurological development of vision occurs up until approximately age 9, and can
be affected by eyes that are misaligned (strabismus) or do not focus clearly.
If these conditions are diagnosed and treated early, good vision can develop
and be maintained.
Aaron Miller, M.D.1699 Research Forest Drive
Ste. 150The Woodlands, TX 77380(281) 363-2155