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Elise Mickler

Professional Experience

  • 2016 to Current  Northpoint Pediatrics 

Elise Mickler

Patient Access Coordinator

My husband and I got married in 2009, and we have three beautiful daughters. We enjoy playing outside, attending church, soccer, and spending time with our extended families in our free time. 

What I like most about my job is listening to what you as a parent want in a pediatric office and answering any questions you have about the experience you and your child will have at Northpoint Pediatrics.  Whether you are a soon-to-be parent or have an established family looking for a pediatrician - call or send me an email today!

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Choosing a doctor for your child is an important decision.

Pediatricians are specially trained to address the physical, emotional, and social well being of children. They concentrate their careers exclusively in medicine for children and adolescents. With ever improving health care practices, pediatricians are able to stay up-to-date on improving medical care specifically for children.

Pediatricians spend three to six years in pediatric training after medical school.

Children often present different symptoms from adults. They may need different prescriptions or treatments than adults. Pediatricians are specially trained to recognize the importance of these differences, especially with young children and newborns.

A pediatrician can offer advice on preventative care for your child in addition to sick visits and annual exams. They are trained in child-specific diagnoses and treatments, resulting in the best children’s healthcare.