At Children & Adolescent Clinic, we provide specialized pediatric care for your growing child. From infancy to college age, let our team of experienced pediatric specialists, help guide the development of your child!
Pediatricians, are specialists with three years of extra training beyond a medical degree. As a result, Pediatricians are well prepared in caring for the health care needs of infants, children and adolescents. Our experienced staff can answer many of your questions. Topics such as growth and development, breastfeeding, school problems, nutrition, feeding problems and parenting. More information on Pediatricians can be found on the American Academy of Pediatrics website.
When children reach about age 12 (or take their seventh grade physical), they develop a new relationship with their health care provide. Most importantly, adolescents have the opportunity to be examined and counseled alone to discuss any concerns. Your teenager has special needs and may want advice on a variety issues. Such as, body changes at puberty, growth and hygiene, menstruation, acne, nutrition, exercise or transitions to high school and college.
Child psychology is an important part of your child’s development and growth. The Children and Adolescent Behavioral Clinic P.C. is located next door to our clinic in Hastings. Dr. Jody Lieske is the primary psychologist and collaborates with our pediatric physicians and other community professionals to provide comprehensive assessment and treatment for a wide range of issues. For appointments call the Behavioral Clinic directly on (402) 834-2438.
“We see Andria Head for most visits. She is an absolute gem and we are lucky to have her look after our children.”
“Dr. Leonard has been seeing my child since she was born, and I am more than happy with his kindness and compassion.”
“We love our doctors! They connect with us in clinic and at the hospital. The doctors genuinely care about our kid’s wellbeing.”
“The doctors at CAAC are amazing! We generally see Dr. Ratigan, and my kids love her.”