Having a baby is one of the most rewarding experiences in your life. At Complete Children's Health we are committed to keeping your baby healthy.
Our professional team provides the quality care our child needs and the advice and counsel you want. Our pediatricians are all board-certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.
Each physician who is accepting new patients offers a monthly prenatal group. This allows expectant parents to become acquainted with their pediatrician. The visit includes a tour of our office; general education surrounding the birth of your baby; an explanation of our office policies; and a question & answer session. In addition you will receive a packet of information about our practice and copies of The American Academy of Pediatrics Caring For Your Baby and Young Child.
Please call the appointment line at 402-465-5600 or use our online form.
To download our Prenatal Packet.
We provide 24 hour hospital care for pediatric patients. Our board certified pediatric hospitalists provide exceptional hospital care to our patients. Pediatric hospitalists are pediatricians who work primarily in hospitals. They care for children in many hospital areas, including the pediatric ward, labor and delivery, the newborn nursery, the emergency department, the neonatal intensive care unit, and the pediatric intensive care unit.
- St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center
- Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital
- Bryan Health Medical Center
- Children's Hospital in Omaha
Car Seat Safety Checks
Car seat safety checks are available to be performed by our own nationally certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians. To learn more about our car seat safety checks click here.
As part of our commitment to encourage and promote breastfeeding in our community, Complete Children’s Health offers a wide variety of services to help new mothers and their babies get every benefit from nursing. To learn more about our lactation services click here.
Our pediatricians dedicate their efforts to the health, safety and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. One very important step in ensuring the health of any child is to make sure he or she receives immunizations at the correct time. Vaccines prevent serious diseases and have helped to lower the rates of these diseases in the U.S. By getting vaccinated, individual children receive protection from these diseases.
Vaccines also help to protect communities by slowing or stopping disease outbreaks. This is especially important for children who cannot be vaccinated because they are too young, too sick, or do not respond to vaccines. There is much conflicting information in the news and on the Web about children's immunizations. When you have a question about immunizations or vaccines, check with your child’s doctor. Our Board Certified pediatricians will provide you with the tools you need to make the best decision for your child's health.
During each visit, we will provide you with a Vaccine Information Statement which discusses the vaccine, its benefits, and any possible side effects. Many of your questions about vaccines can be answered ahead of time by consulting the CDC Guide to Childhood Immunizations or the Parents' PACK from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
- NE Newborn Screening Program Information
- Tdap Information for Parents
- Complete Children's Health Well Child and Adolescent Care Schedule
- American Academy of Pediatrics Immunizations Website
- Complete Children's Health Guidelines for Feeding your Infant/Toddler
- SIDS Information
- Infant CPR Training Kit