Our Mission

Our mission is to provide compassionate and high quality care for the Pediatric and Adolescent patients in our community. Our physicians and staff are committed to exceeding the standards of medical care with courtesy and consideration for families, caregivers, and our patients.

Location And Contact Information

6301 Gaston Avenue
Suite 125P
Dallas, Texas 75214

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1005 West Ralph Hall Parkway
Suites 135 & 145
Rockwall, Texas 75032

Phone: 972-772-3100

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3360 West FM 544
Suite 910
Wylie, Texas 75098

Phone: 972-429-4800

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Fax:    (972) 692-1128 


We are offering TELEMEDICINE visits!
Please call to schedule during regular business hours when you are worried that your child is sick or you have a concern.
Telemedicine forms are on our website or will be emailed to you.


Telemedicine Consent Form

Telemedicine ABN Form

Both Telemedicine Forms Need to be Completed Prior to Telemedicine Appointment

COVID-19 (3/25/20)
3/25/20: As a valued patient of our clinic, we appreciate the trust you place in us and want to inform you about how we are addressing the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We are closely monitoring events in our local community and continuously updating our policies and protocols as a result of new information.
Please know that our office is following recommended guidance from public health authorities, including best practices for hygiene, infection control ,and medical professional team health. We feel confident in our ability to continue seeing patients and providing primary care according to the Tradition of Quality Care that you have come to expect and deserve.
Our highest priority is to keep all of our patients and staff as safe and healthy as possible.
Therefore, using CDC guidelines, we are taking patients’ and family members’/guardians’ temperatures upon arrival and asking these screening questions prior to allowing them to proceed to the check-in area.  Notably, all patients need to consider these questions prior to being placed in an exam room:
• Have you, the patient, or any household family member been experiencing fever, cough or breathing issues?
• Have you, the patient, or any household family member had any close contact with anyone who has traveled in the last 3 weeks?
• Have you, the patient, or any household family member had any confirmed exposure to Coronavirus in the last 3 weeks?
Should you arrive at the clinic and answer “yes” to any of the questions, you and everyone accompanying the patient will be expected to put on a mask and immediately be taken to an exam room for further evaluation.
Everyone that enters our clinic will have their temperature taken. If any child or anyone that accompanies a child to a well – visit in the mornings has an illness or has a fever, your appointment will be cancelled, you will be advised to leave, and you will need to call back to reschedule your child’s appointment.
If anyone that accompanies a patient to an afternoon non-well check up visit has an illness or fever, that person will be asked to leave. If it is the parent or guardian of the patient, your appointment will be cancelled, you will be advised to leave ,and to call back to reschedule when an adult with a parent/guardian’s written consent can accompany the patient or the parent or guardian is no longer ill.
We now offer telemedicine as an option for some types of illnesses and medical concerns. Check-ups cannot be done via telemedicine. Contact our office for more information.
We now have a limited number of COVID-19 testing kits; however, these may only be used if qualifying, current CDC guidelines for testing our met.
Please let us know if you have any questions about this notification or about our current screening procedure.
Thank you for your continued trust and loyalty as we work together to keep our well children well and able to get their checkups and immunizations and provide care for our sick patient safely.

COVID-19 (3/16/2020)

We will begin Implementing strategies to help mitigate inadvertent and potential exposures to COVID-19. The health and safety of our staff and our patients is paramount and we will continue to see patients as long as none of these are compromised but this may mean that appointments are different than what you have previously experienced.
We are rescheduling well-child check ups that do not have vaccines due.
We are developing telemedicine strategies to continue to assess and manage sick children, behavioral concerns, and any other concern that we typically see patients for.
Only 1-2 healthy, illness-free adults may accompany patients to any clinic appointment.
Please inform when making appointments of fever, cough and any possible exposure to COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus).
If you have fever and cough, please wear a mask to clinic. We have very limited supplies of masks in clinic. Instructions can be found using this link: youtube.com/watch?v=OS4cBQpykQU
We cannot guarantee that you will not spread germs to others or that you will not get sick, but this will reduce spread of germs.


COVID-19 (3/11/2020)

Pecan Tree Pediatrics regards COVID-19 seriously. We are thankful that healthy children seem to have a more mild course than the elderly and immunocompromised.

It is our social responsibility to protect as many in our community from infection as possible. Children and young adults can spread illness to others. We request that only 1-2 adults accompany a child for an office visit and that siblings, other family members or friends not accompany patients.

We do not have the ability to test for COVID-19 at our office. You may have had a positive test for Coronavirus at our office. This is NOT the same type of Coronavirus that is causing a pandemic currently.

Due to the recommended protective gear required for evaluation of patients concerned that they have COVID-19, it is imperative that you notify us by phone if this is a concern so that we can advise and direct you safely to appropriate care.

Cover your sneezes and coughing.

Please wash your hands effectively and frequently, especially after touching shared surfaces, sneezing into your hands or blowing your nose.

Keep your distance. Try to maintain 6 feet from others.

Clean and disinfect shared surfaces frequently.

If you or your child is sick and can manage with care at home, please stay home. Please remain at home for the duration of illness.

Call and seek medical attention if you are short of breath, working hard to breathe, lethargic or rapidly worsening.


You now have a choice in Dallas!  

Pecan Tree Pediatrics in Lakewood 

If you have an urgent medical issue after hours, please call our main number and press 6.




Lakewood and Wylie patients are welcome to be seen in Rockwall SOS Clinic

by appointment only.


Same day sick visits for established patients 

Please call to make an appointment.  Appointments can be made starting at 0830.

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