Welcome to Leawood Pediatrics, Your Pediatrician in Leawood, KS

Our mission is for Leawood Pediatrics to be a family-centered pediatric medical home in our community.

Leawood Pediatrics is committed to provide our patients with current evidence-based medical care. Our practice focuses on working with families on preventative medicine and health education. We encourage our families to be actively involved in their child’s health care. We work closely with community resources to maintain strong, consistent continuity of care.

We consider it a privilege to be chosen by you for the pediatric care of your children.

Top Docs

Congratulations to our TOP DOCS

Leawood Pediatrics is honored to announce that Drs Hamm, Loeb, Nagy and Speropoulos were  all named TOP Doctors in the January issue of 435 Magazine. The magazine partnered with  Castle Connolly and asked area physicians to name the most skilled specialists in each field.

Congratulations!

Office

Convenient Location

Located at the corner of College and Nall in Leawood, our front door parking and private entrance provide convenient access.

Physician Schedules are now open through the end of January! Please be proactive in scheduling your child's next visit as spots do fill quickly!




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Board Certified Pediatricians

  • Leawood Partners

    We strive to provide compassionate, personalized, and comprehensive medical care to our patients. Leawood Pediatrics is committed to providing superior service through innovative, current technology and utilizing the most up-to-date medical information.

    Will help educate you on developmentally appropriate milestones, caring for your child during illness and planning for a healthy adult life.

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Featured Articles

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  • Your Preemie’s Growth: Developmental Milestones

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    Stimulant medications are defined as controlled substances under federal and state regulations. The possession of stimulant medication without a prescription is against the law ...

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  • ASDs Family Handout—Medications and Your Child

    While medications will not change your child’s autism spectrum disorder (ASD), they can be helpful when added to other treatments to help your child’s development and learning. ...

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  • Managing Chronic Health Needs in Child Care and Schools—Eczema(Atopic Dermatitis)

    Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) is a collection of inherited conditions that cause the tissues that connect parts of the body (connective tissue) to be loose. This can cause loose joints, stretchy skin, and delayed healing of the skin. This collection of conditions was reclassified in 2017, so it is important ...

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  • Parent's Guide to Complementary and Integrative Medicine, A

    While most children in North America receive conventional medicine when they are sick, many parents want to know about natural therapies too. Alternative, complementary, and integrative medicine and folk remedies are some of the words used to describe these different therapies. Read on for more information. ...

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  • Behavioral Intervention Resources for Parents—ADHD Toolkit

    As a parent, you can learn to be more confident and consistent in your interactions with your child. This can help your child with a personal understanding of—and strategies for managing—his or her behaviors, at home and beyond. Here are some evidence-based parent training programs that have been ...

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  • ASDs Family Handout—Sibling Issues

    Siblings might ask about autism if they’ve heard you use the term, but they’re more likely to ask about what their brother or sister is doing (ie, behaviors). There is no “perfect time” for these conversations, but starting early and revising your description for age appropriateness can be very ...

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  • ASDs Family Handout—Wandering Off (Elopement)

    Research shows that about 1 in 3 young children with ASD has tried to wander off. This behavior may continue to happen in older children and even teenagers and adults with ASD. This is concerning since many people with ASD may not be able to share their names, addresses, or phone numbers if they get ...

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  • Bedwetting

    Did you know that there are about 5 million children in the United States who wet the bed? If your child wets the bed, he or she is not alone. ...

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  • ASDs Family Handout—Seizures and Epilepsy

    About 1 in 4 children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has seizures. Seizures usually start in early childhood or the early teen years. Children with ASD who have a lower IQ or cannot speak have the highest risk for seizures. Epilepsy is defined as 2 or more seizures when the child does not have a ...

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed