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By: Whitney E.
East Louisville Pediatrics PSC
We have been with this practice for 20 years, and the physicians are outstanding from both a diagnostic and interpersonal skills perspective. Both Dr. Laney and Dr. Purcell talk to my teenagers like they are adults, and Dr. Purcell has shown amazing proficiency and expertise in working with my daughter's ADHD. The phone staff for the most part does well, but occasionally they seem to have fill in staff that is extremely rude, abrasive, and unprofessional when trying to schedule an appointment, especially if trying to schedule in advance. Fortunately, the physicians mentioned above are well worth tolerating some substandard communication skills from certain support staff, and this seems to be the exception vs. the norm.
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By: Harshada M.
ABC Jeffersontown Pediatrics
Dr Cutliff, is my family pediatrician since my daughter was 6 months old, t now my daughter is now 9.5 years old. She is a doctor for my son too who is 5.5 years old. She is a very experienced doctor.She always gives quick appointments, explains everything in details, advises right things, even she has wonderful staff especially Renne who is there for long time. I'll definitely recommend this doctor,!!
By: Catherine R.
Louisville Pediatric Specialists PSC
We have been with this practice for over eighteen years with both of our children. Dr Diebold and Dr Rash especially are excellent. I am an RN and picky about physicians I choose to take my family to see.
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By: Emily H.
Brownsboro Pediatrics
I have been a patient and a parent of a patient at Brownsboro Pediatrics for nearly 26 years now. This was my pediatrician as a child and now is my daughters pediatrician. We are primarily seeing Dr. Price, whom is wonderful, very knowledgeable, comforting and kind hearted. Never have we ever had an issue with any of diagnosis or medicine given, she always has been very willing to work with a budget as best she can. We have also seen Dr. Wheeler whom has also been wonderful, very knowledgeable as well. I trust my kids in the hands of either of these doctors completely. The nurses are very attentive and make the kids feel at ease as best they can, and are as well very knowledgeable. The medical billing staff are kind, professional, welcoming, and a breeze to work with. They do their best to offer as many options or methods as they can for you to be able to get the medical care you need and not break the bank. I am a lifer at Brownsboro Pediatrics and will never change!
By: Renee L.
ABC Jeffersontown Pediatrics
Best pediatrician in Louisville. She takes the time to listen and gets to the root of all problems.
By: Melani M.
Thind, R K MD FAAP
"Brilliant Care Delivered With Compassion" Our family has depended on Dr Thind for twenty years. She gives premium care including: comprehensive well visits that are not rushed, same day sick visits if necessary, and Dr. Thind manages her own On-call cases. These old-fashioned practices combined with modern services, labs, and medications make Dr. Thind unique and an integral part of the parenting team. Furthermore as a well respected peer, Dr. Thind has a phenomenal network of specialists. Relating to patients as a kind and wise maternal figure, Dr. Thind uses her personal experiences for best practices and bountiful compassion meeting families with understanding. A Child Life Specialist myself, Dr. Thind meets all the professional criteria including child friendly explanations. As a Mom, she fills all the holes that being too close creates! True healing and well-being come from her strong open universal spirit. Dr. Thind, a priceless advocate for our kids, is part of our family!
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By: Kafia C.
Pediatric and Neonatal Specialist
I would NEVER recommend this place to anyone, they are so unprofessional and slow, literally I took my daughter for her 1 year check up and the nurse practitioner was so rough when taking her blood and they literally will drop you as a patient for owing the smallest amount of money HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE !
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By: S.
Louisville Pediatric Specialists PSC
THE BILLING OFFICE IS A NIGHTMARE! I requested an itemized statement and was given a print out a balance with zero info on where that balance came from! the office had me sign a document saying I had to pay up front, then the office billed EVERY visit as extended and additionally BILLED me $22.00 every single time! In the same day, their office changed my balance THREE times! they don't even understand THEIR OWN computer system! HORRIBLE OFFICE! IF YOU GO THERE, PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE BILLING YOU CORRECTLY, THEY DONT UNDERSTAND HOW INSURANCE WORKS!
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By: octavia137
Pediatric and Neonatal Specialist
Horrible place! Was told, that I could not bring my other child back to one child's appointment! If your office caters to children! Common sense you would expect a child to have siblings ! Why should I find a babysitter to take my child to a well check up ! Ridiculous ! Thumbs down!
By: Tia E.
Middletown Pediatrics
Dr Mark Distler is a good doctor but if you have an issue with their procedures or the bad attitudes of the staff you’re told to talk to the office manager and the office manager is just as rude if not more rude than the staff. You are unable to talk to the Dr’s with any issues. There were only a few employees that seem somewhat happy working there. The rest where short or seemed distracted. I’m happy I’m changing pediatricians. The staff especially the dark haired young lady who looks like she tans way too much has a very nasty disposition and so does the other young lady...the spanish or mixed race young lady at the front desk... Danielle I believe is her name. They are not very pleasant and they seem to have a permanent attitude that would make any parent uncomfortable. They sit in the front office within ear shot of the parents in the lobby constantly snickering and are more focused on talking about their own lives instead of being an attentive office staff. They are rude, unfocused and immature. I feel uncomfortable taking my child somewhere that the employees are so unhappy and more concerned with their convenience than the child’s. I’ve tried to talk to Dr. Distler but I would have to make a false appointment and I’m sure pay for a visit. I’m happier going somewhere else. Parents, you can have it all...a Great doctor AND a GREAT STAFF. You don't have to settle for dealing with a rude staff. Go at your own risk
Tips & Advices
A child should see his or her pediatrician frequently during the first few years. Once the child reaches age 3, parents should schedule a doctor's visit at least once per year. Before that, however, the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests parents arrange visits according to the following schedule:
  • 2 to 5 days old
  • 1 month old
  • 4 months old
  • 6 months old
  • 9 months old
  • 12 months old
  • 15 months old
  • 24 months old (2 years)
  • 30 months old (2.5 years)
No, parents should call 911, an emergency physician, or a pediatric emergency physician if a child suffers an acute illness or injuries. Doctors in these fields are more qualified than pediatricians to handle emergency situations.
A well-visit is a routine visit with a pediatrician to track a child's development, discuss medical or emotional concerns, and receive immunizations and medical advice.
Yes, pediatricians provide immunizations for infants and children up through 21 years.
No, pediatricians do not have to be board certified.They're only required to have a state license. However, certification indicates a dedication to studying pediatrics beyond the requirements.

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