Lee's Summit Physicians Group

Lee's Summit Physicians Group Pediatrics Section offers Personalized, Preventive, and Primary Care for infants, children and adolescents.

Meet Dr. Henschel!

Dr. Henschel graduated medical school in 200 from the UMKC School of Medicine, and completed her residency at University of Kansas Medical Center in 2003. She joined Lee’s Summit Physicians Group (Raintree Pediatrics) immediately following her residency in 2003. Dr. Henschel is married and has 2 children. Her focus is her family and her passion is pediatric medicine caring for patients newborn through 21 years of age. She see’s patients Monday through Thursday at the Raintree Pediatric office at 995 SW 34 th Street in Lee’s Summit. Dr. Henschel enjoys a close and personal relationship with her patients and loves that she gets to see them grow, mature and prosper in their lives.

How to Keep Your Child Safe in the Sun This Summer

Protecting the skin from the sun’s harmful rays is crucial at every age. Your pediatrician is likely to recommend that you keep your baby out of direct sun when he or she is less than six months old. Protect your baby’s skin by dressing him or her in loose, comfortable clothing that covers most of the body. Before going outdoors with your child, put a hat with at least a three-inch brim on his or her head.

Apply sunscreen to all of your child’s exposed skin before he or she goes outdoors. Your pediatrician can offer guidance on which type of sunscreen to choose for young children. In general, a kid’s doctor may recommend selecting broad-spectrum sunscreen, which protects against UVA and UVB rays. Choose sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15.

Lee’s Summit Physicians Group provides a comprehensive array of healthcare services for children, including pediatric urgent care near Lee’s Summit. Parents can reach our location in Lee’s Summit at (816) 774-4142. Or, call Raintree Pediatrics at (816) 525-4700 or Blue Springs Pediatrics at (816) 554-6520.

Spotlight on Dr. Robb!

Dr. RobbDr. Robb graduated from the University of Kansas School of Medicine in 2000 and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center in 2004. Dr. Robb is Board Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine — School of Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center. She enjoys all aspects of Internal Medicine but is especially interested in adolescent medicine and women’s health. Dr. Robb joined the practice in 2006. Dr. Robb is married and has two children.

Understanding the Importance of Prenatal Checkups

Receiving prenatal care early in your pregnancy is crucial to support your health and your baby’s health. As soon as you learn you’re pregnant, you can call the doctor’s office to schedule your first visit. Generally, prenatal checkups are scheduled for about the eighth week of pregnancy. If you have health issues, unusual symptoms, or you’ve previously experienced problems with a pregnancy, your healthcare provider may urge you to schedule a prenatal visit sooner than this.

Diagnostic Tests
During prenatal checkups, your physician will conduct a physical exam, check your vital signs, and evaluate your weight. He or she will request a urine sample to confirm the pregnancy and check for signs of infection. You can also expect to have a Pap test, pelvic exam, and tests for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Your doctor may request a blood test to check for potential health issues, and he or she may do an ultrasound. Additionally, you can expect your doctor to thoroughly review your personal and family medical history, discuss previous pregnancies, and ask about previous surgeries. This thorough examination is necessary to evaluate the health of you and your child. Should any medical conditions pose a potential problem, your physician will provide guidance on managing them.

Patient Education
Another reason why prenatal checkups are critically important is that they offer your doctor a chance to review your lifestyle habits. You can expect questions regarding your alcohol consumption, physical activity level, drug use, tobacco use, and stress level. It’s important to be completely honest with your doctor; he or she is only concerned about the well-being of you and your baby. Your doctor can advise you about matters such as the amount of weight you may need to gain and the health hazards you’ll need to avoid, such as certain environmental toxins and dietary choices.

Lee’s Summit Physicians Group is pleased to support the health of mothers and babies throughout our community by offering prenatal checkups in Lee’s Summit, free of charge. During your meeting at our pediatrics office, you’ll learn about our available services and you’ll receive some helpful information on newborn care. Call our Lee’s Summit location at (816) 774-4142, or call Raintree Pediatrics at (816) 525-4700 or Blue Springs Pediatrics at (816) 554-6520 to schedule your checkup.

Meet Sarah Dedrick, C-P.N.P.

Sarah earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from MU and her Master’s of Science in Nursing from UMKC. Sarah worked at Children’s Mercy Hospital for 11 years before joining the staff of Lee’s Summit Physicians Group in 2010. Sarah knew from an early age that she wanted a career in medicine, but it wasn’t until the end of her training that she knew pediatrics was where she wanted to be. Sarah enjoys baking, being outdoors and spending time with friends and family.

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Hours of Operation:

  • 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM Sunday
  • 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday
  • 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Tuesday
  • 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Wednesday
  • 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Thursday
  • 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Friday
  • 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM Saturday