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Why Choose Us
Sarah Favila, MD
Care Philosophy: I look forward to partnering with families through all the stages of a child's journey – providing guidance, advocacy and support for every milestone.
Matthew Fruzza, DO
Care Philosophy: I became a pediatrician because I enjoy interacting with children and hope to create a lasting impact on their development and well-being. I enjoy building relationships with patients and their families and I work hard to provide high quality care for my patients. My practice includes managing pediatric patients in both clinic and hospital settings.
Sheetal Sran, MD
Care Philosophy: The focus of my work is to provide the best quality of care for children of all ages, starting from infancy to adolescent age group.
Henry Kano, MD
Care Philosophy: My position as a general pediatrician at Woodland Healthcare lets me focus on providing the best quality of care for infants, children and adolescents in our community. My goal is keep abreast of the ever-changing field of pediatric medicine and ensure that the children and adolescents I serve receive the most current evaluation and treatment plan. I also work to promote health through prevention.
Thomas March, MD
Care Philosophy: My position as general pediatrician at Woodland Healthcare lets me focus on the comprehensive care of children from birth to adolescence, ranging from preventative care to behavioral issues.
Judeth McGann, MD
Care Philosophy: I provide general pediatric care to children, from birth through adolescence.
Brian Nguyen, DO
Care Philosophy: I strive to provide compassionate, evidenced-based,and culturally-sensitive preventive medicine for all children. I value a holistic and team-based approach to ensure my patients and their families are well cared for. It is also important to identify and address any social determinants of health that may influence one's well-being and overall quality of life.
Sajiv Saxena, MD
Care Philosophy: To provide comprehensive healthcare, both well and sick, to children from infancy to adolescence.
Samuel Siegel, MD
Care Philosophy: I strive to leave parents feeling confident about their children's health. Educating them on the developmental norms of all stages of their kid's life.
Susan Gross, NP
Care Philosophy: I believe in providing the patient and the parents with all the most current information so they can make the best decision for themselves and their healthcare.
Ana Gudino, NP
Care Philosophy: I love being able to get on the level of children, to make the healthcare experience less scary while addressing all of the parents or caregivers needs.
Kristen Smith, NP
Care Philosophy: Being a parent and having all the answers is hard. I try to give the most up to date information to families about health, normal developmental phases, current ailments in the community, and answer any questions families might have in regards to their little ones.
Ashley Sens, MD
Care Philosophy: Health is more than simply being free from disease. I enjoy developing a familycentered and family-directed approach as we define together what health means for an individual child. My goal is to assist families in helping their child reach his or her greatest potential. In particular, I have a special interest in working with children and families who have unique and complex medical challenges.