ABOUT WYLIE CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CLINIC
Our pediatric care goal at Health Services of North Texas is to work with individuals and families to help make informed decisions regarding their child’s health journey. Having a medical home for your child is important. We offer pediatric services at the Wylie Children's Medical Clinic in Wylie, TX to fulfill that mission and make the lives of our patients better. When your child has a medical home, you will work with providers who know your child’s family medical history, which can provide for better care and health outcomes. Our bilingual staff is ready to give you and your child patient-centered care with compassion. We do take Medicaid, CHIP, and most medical insurances. We also offer a sliding fee scale. Please do not delay getting your child medical attention because of how much it will cost. At HSNT Wylie Children's Medical Clinic, we offer services regardless of how you are able to pay. You can bring your child (or children) to us for comprehensive pediatric care, including well-child visits, sick and urgent care, on-site testing, immunizations, sports physicals, and more. You can make an appointment to meet with one of our providers in person or through our telehealth services.
Dr. Jyotsna Kuppannagari, also known to many as Dr. Jo, is a devoted pediatrician at Wylie Children's Medical Clinic.View Profile
Bethany Ishmael, describes her commitment to serving children and their families as a calling and is eager to help your child develop healthy habits.View Profile
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