Children’s Memorial Hermann Pediatrics located in Katy offers quality pediatric care for patients ranging from newborns to age 18. Our team of pediatricians is proud to care for your children and strives to build a strong, trusting relationship with all of our patients’ families.
Our pediatricians provide a wide array of services, including well-child and sick visits, immunizations, physicals and treatment for behavioral problems.
The staff at Children’s Memorial Hermann Pediatrics Katy is led by six physicians, who strive to build strong, trusting relationships with their patients and their families. Seeing patients from newborn to 18 years of age, our physicians treat conditions that include but are not limited to:
The physicians and staff of Children’s Memorial Hermann Pediatrics Katy specialize in providing a variety of pediatric services, including:
Children’s Memorial Hermann Pediatrics Katy is in Medical Plaza 2 at the Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital Campus, conveniently located near the Interstate 10 and 99 intersection in Katy, TX. If you are visiting us at our pediatric office and have other medical needs or appointments at Memorial Hermann Katy, a wide variety of other Memorial Hermann services—including other physician specialists and labs—are just a short walk away.
All pediatric patients are required to be up-to-date on all immunizations or scheduled to receive recommended immunizations when visiting Children’s Memorial Hermann Pediatrics practice locations unless there is a medical reason that the child cannot be completely vaccinated.
In accordance with the immunization schedule published by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CSC), the pediatricians of Children’s Memorial Hermann Pediatrics recommend all children receive vaccinations for the safety and wellbeing of each child and the community.
We believe in practicing evidence based medicine and providing high quality healthcare for the children in our community. Based on all available literature, evidence, and current studies, we believe it is safe and appropriate to administer the vaccines according to the above schedule.