Knowledge is Power
At Pediatric Answers, we believe helping parents improve the life and health of their children affects generations to come. This is the real essence of making a difference in the world. Staying true to the brand’s reliability, Dr. Wonnacott has never profited from ads, sponsorships, or drug company alliances, feeling like it could influence her perspective or recommendations. You shouldn’t have to pay for a membership or be bombarded with ads. We offer hundreds of articles and parenting tips. And when you need it, we have developed products for your specific medical problem
Dr. Wonnacott’s most valuable experience comes from living what she advises as a mother of 4 children. She has seen thousands of children over the past 13 years of practicing pediatrics.
Dr. Wonnacott serves on her children’s school board, teaches weekly classes to teenagers, volunteers in her children’s school classes, and makes lunches for the homeless.
Dr. Wonnacott has served as Pediatric Department Chair and on the Medical Executive committee of Riverton Hospital. She also trains students and residents in pediatric rotations.
Dr. Wonnacott has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and Lightworkers.com. International work includes a study presented to the 10th international congress on Obesity in Sydney, Australia.
Residency training at The University of Nebraska/Creighton University/Children’s Hospital of Omaha. Medical school at St. George’s University School of Medicine.
Board certified with the American Academy of Pediatrics, Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) and Neonatal Advanced Life Support (NALS).
Why Pediatric Answers?
When Dr. Wonnacott started Pediatric Answers a decade ago, she was meeting the need for reliable, scientifically sound, practical information for her patients. In practice, she continually encountered the same problems, but didn’t have the bandwidth to solve it. After her youngest turned 1 year old (and started sleeping through the night), Dr. Wonnacott decided the time had come to finally expand the reach of Pediatric Answers and start making solutions to those problems. An idealist at heart, Dr. Wonnacott believed that by creating a different kind of community and enlisting amazing parents, together they could change the world, one kid at a time.
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