About the Author:
My name is Lee Keegan, and I’m a pediatrician in Cedar Park, Texas. I’ve worked with Cedar Park Pediatric & Family Medicine since 2010; we’re a group of 6 pediatricians and 2 family medicine providers.
I grew up in Austin, Texas prior to my rebellious move to College Station to attend Texas A&M University. I received a BS in psychology, then went to medical school at The University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas. After completing my MD, I did my pediatric residency training at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. After just enough time in Nashville to develop a taste for sweet tea and southern food, I returned home to Texas.
My husband and I married in 2006 and love living in Austin. We have two black labs that are full of energy and keep us active. I enjoy the outdoors, hiking and running, experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen, burying my nose in a good book, and traveling to new and well-loved places.
My goal for this blog is to serve as a voice that can be trusted to provide accurate information and interpretation of health information for children and families. I also plan to have my partners and other colleagues contribute content that they find interesting and useful. In the process, I look forward to the opportunity to continually update my own knowledge and learn from you – patients, parents, and colleagues. I welcome your feedback on topics discussed and things you’d like to know more about.
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