Meet Our Providers

Building trusted relationships, encouraging healthy foundations and providing healthcare with compassion, connection and a committment to excellence.

We offer a full complement of services from general pediatrics to specialized providers including mental and behavorial health specialists. Learn more about our experienced staff.

Call 816-412-2900 to make an appointment with a provider.

Our phone lines are open at 7:30am Monday through Saturday until the close of business that day.

Our Pediatricians

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Lisa Avery, MD, FAAP

Lisa Avery, MD, FAAP
University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Medicine; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics
For 12 years, I have been helping kids and families navigate through health and illness. I strive to provide compassionate and comprehensive medical care to all of my patients. I enjoy baking and eating chocolate chip cookies with my family. My favorite book to read to my kids is I Love You, Stinky Face. My favorite childhood book was Strega Nona.
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Alexandria Bahr, MD, FAAP

Alexandria Bahr, MD, FAAP
University of Rochester School of Medicine & Pediatric Residency
For 18 years, I have worked as a general pediatrician on an as-needed basis. I am enthusiastic, authentic, loyal. I love cooking, mentoring, and reading. My favorite childhood book was The High King from The Chronicles of Prydain.
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Alejandra Beardman, MD, FAAP

Alejandra Beardman, MD, FAAP
University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Medicine; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics
For 19 (22 if you count residency) years, I have been helping kids live their happiest and healthiest lives. I value family above all. I love trying new gadgets and really enjoy it when my patients tell me silly jokes. I reread The Harry Potter series and Pride and Prejudice every year.
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Megha S. Chandramohan, MD

Megha S. Chandramohan, MD
University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Medicine; Children’s Mercy Hospital and Clinics
Since 2001, I have been providing evidence-based, compassionate care to acutely ill children. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, baking, traveling, and teaching/choreographing Bollywood dance. One of my favorite books as a child was Where the Sidewalk Ends.
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Jodi Dickmeyer, MD, FAAP
University of Nebraska Medical Center; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics

While 2011 was my first actual year working as a pediatrician, I have wanted to be a “doctor for kids” since I was a first grader! I love working with kids and their families, and I strive to be a pediatrician who listens, cares, and supports your needs. I am also bilingual in Spanish! I am a mom of three wonderful children, and my husband and I enjoy family time, spending time outside, playing almost any sport, baking, and hanging out with friends. My favorite childhood book is Mandy by Julie Andrews Edwards.
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Lori Falcone, DO, FAAP

Lori Falcone, DO, FAAP
KC University of Medicine & Biosciences; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics
Since 2007, I have enjoyed working to provide quality, evidence-based care to children. I am energetic, organized, and caring. I love spending time with my family, traveling, and cooking. One of my hidden talents is making specialty birthday cakes for my family. My favorite childhood book collection is the Berenstain Bears series.
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Megan Fraker, MD, FAAP

Megan Fraker, MD, FAAP
Sports Medicine Specialist
University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Medicine; Orlando Health-Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children; Children’s Mercy Center for Sports Medicine
I’ve been helping young, active patients safely participate in sports and activities since 2004. My favorite childhood book is Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb. Other than my job, I enjoy spending time with my kids and traveling.
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Pooja Thakur French, MD, FAAP
University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Medicine; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics

Since 2007, I have enjoyed providing care to pediatric patients from all different backgrounds. I aim to provide thorough, compassionate care to patients and their families. I enjoy spending time with my husband and four children, baking, music, and gardening. My favorite childhood book was Robinson Crusoe. My favorite books to read to my children are the Berenstain Bears books.
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Keri Hubbard, MD, FAAP
Creighton University School of Medicine; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics

Since 2003, I have had the privilege of partnering with families to help kids live their healthiest lives. I am passionate about building relationships, preventative health care, and education. I love traveling with my family, soccer, running, anything Disney, and finding things to celebrate. My favorite childhood book is Sometimes I Like to Curl Up in a Ball by Vicki Churchill and Charles Fuge.
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Bonnie Jones, MD, FAAP

Bonnie Jones, MD, FAAP
University of Nebraska College of Medicine; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics
Since 2001, I have been keeping kids healthy and thriving. I’m a proud adoptive mother, pacifist Mennonite, and science fiction fanatic. I love crafting and decorating, and especially enjoy artwork made by and for kids. Where the Wild Things Are was my favorite childhood book.
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Megan Fraker, MD, FAAP

Veronica Lawrence, MD, FAAP
University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine; Children’s Mercy Hospital & Clinics

Since 2010 I have had the extremely rewarding experience of caring for pediatric patients and their families. My goal is to always provide compassionate care to children from all walks of life. Outside of work I love watching sports, reading, running and biking. The children’s book that has continued to be one of my all time favorites is Oh The Places You’ll Go.
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Brandi Morrison, DO, FAAP

Brandi Morrison, DO, FAAP
KC University of Medicine & Biosciences; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics
For 10 years, I have focused on the health, safety, and overall well-being of my patients. I’m enthusiastic, compassionate, honest. My favorite childhood book was The Laura Ingles Wilder series.
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Thomas Munro, MD, FAAP
Sports Medicine Specialist

Creighton University School of Medicine; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics

Since 2019 I have been privileged to take care of kids in the greater Kansas City Area. I am dual certified in General Pediatrics and Sports Medicine, and I am passionate about keeping kids healthy and active. This involves helping our kids develop and refine lifelong skills to continue being active into their futures, as well as treating the injuries that pop up along the way. When I’m not staying up to date on the latest research I enjoy exercising reading, cooking, and listening to podcasts. The Harry Potter Series encompasses my favorite childhood books.
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Jennifer Neitzel, DO, FAAP

Jennifer Neitzel, DO, FAAP
Oklahoma State University; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics
For 13 years, I have cared for kids and their families. In my free time, I enjoy making quilts and cooking. My favorite childhood book was Green Eggs and Ham because my mom would make green eggs and ham!
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Lily Nguyen, DO, FAAP

Lily Nguyen, DO, FAAP
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics
For 15 years, I have taken care of patients and help them to grow happy and healthy. I am conscientious, empathic, devoted. I love being silly with kids. Little Women was my favorite book to read while growing up.
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J. Scott Rogers, DO, FAAP
KC University of Medicine & Biosciences; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics
Since 2003, it has been my joy and privilege to partner with families as their pediatrician. I love being with my family, walking in faith, and having fun. I am passionate about cycling and exercising. The Little Engine That Could was my favorite book as a child.
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Lien Russell, MD, FAAP
University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Medicine; University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Le Bonheur Children’s Medical Center

Since 2001, it has been my privilege to take care of children and their families. As a pediatrician, I enjoy helping parents keep their children healthy, happy, and safe. I also love spending time with my husband and two kids. I particularly like to read, cook, and walk my dogs. My favorite children’s book is The Rainbow Fish.
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Bradley Schow, MD FAAP
Medical College of Wisconsin; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics

For over a decade, it has been my privilege to partner with families of all kinds in our amazing Kansas City community. I am committed to equitable, whole person care for patients from infancy to adolescence, and in both Spanish and English. My interests span a wide range, from maps and recycling to music and soccer. I grew up reading Choose Your Own Adventures books and I love getting silly during family reading time with my boys.
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Rory Tompkins, MD

Rory Tompkins, MD, FAAP
University of Missouri – Columbia School of Medicine; University of Missouri – Columbia School of Medicine
I have been seeing children and their families for 35 years now. When not at work my favorite things are to travel, ride my bicycle, camp, read, and hunt for Jade. My favorite childhood book is The Ghost of Dibble Hallow.
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Courtney Winterer, DO, FAAP A.T.
University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine; Children’s Mercy Kansas City

Since 2010, I have had the privilege of caring for children with the goal of forming lasting relationships with patients and families through compassionate, empathetic and whole-person care. I look forward to the opportunity of partnering with families to help guide children towards a healthy future. Outside of the office, I enjoy spending time with my husband and 3 children, attending Sporting Kansas City matches, playing unique board games, and reading. My favorite children’s book is Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes By Mem Fox.
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J. Bryan Wohlwend, MD, FAAP

J. Bryan Wohlwend, MD, FAAP
KU School of Medicine; Children’s Mercy Hospitals & Clinics
I have been a pediatrician for 18 years. I am an avid traveler, sports fanatic and movie aficionado. I enjoy volunteering and reading. The Dark is Rising trilogy and The Hobbit were both my favorite childhood books.

Our Nurse Practitioners

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Lindsey Hibler, APRN, CPNP

Lindsey Hibler, APRN, CPNP
Nurse Practitioner, University of Missouri -Columbia; University of Missouri-Kansas City
Since 2009, I have been providing family centered, evidence based care for children with acute illnesses. I am family-oriented, determined, and a dedicated Christian. I enjoy the outdoors, playing golf, watching my kids grow and decorating. The Magic Treehouse series by Mary Pope Osborne are by far my favorite books to read with my children.
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Melissa McGraw APRN, CPNP
Northern Illinois University; University of Missouri-Kansas City

Since 2012, I have been providing thorough, empathetic care to children and their families. I enjoy empowering and educating families to safely care for their children. I am a mother to 3 children who keep me busy with their sports and music. In my free time, I love to participate in sprint triathlons (cycling is my favorite). I also enjoy hiking, traveling, and cooking. My favorite books to read my kids are any of the silly Dr. Seuss books, particularly How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

Our Mental Health Team

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Scott Brown, PhD

Scott Brown, PhD
Psychologist, University of Missouri-Kansas City; McLean Hospital Harvard Medical School
For 33 years, I have worked with children and their families as a psychologist. I am playful, curious and caring. I enjoy motivating groups in methods to improve their lives. My favorite childhood book was Huckleberry Finn.
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Melissa Loper, LCSW

Melissa Hensley, LCSW
Mental Health Therapist, University of Missouri-Kansas City, School of Social Work

I have been a Social Worker since 2001, working with children in educational settings for 10 years and in medical settings since 2012. I love spending time with my family, baking, and being outdoors. My favorite book as a child was the Winnie the Pooh series (and I still love that silly old bear!)
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Katie MacDougall, LCSW
Behavioral Health Consultant, University of Kansas School of Social Welfare

I have worked in pediatrics for over 18 years, first as a child life specialist and now as a social worker. I am kind, compassionate, and motivated to help people. I enjoy volunteering, love dogs and musicals. A favorite book as a child was The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare.
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Elijah Watkins, LMSW
Behavioral Health Consultant, Park University; School of Social Work

I have been a Social Worker since 2018 and have been a mental health advocate long before that. I am empathic, curious, and driven to help others. I enjoy cooking, board games, acting and spending time with my family. My favorite books as a kid were the Goosebumps series.

To make an appointment with a provider, call 816-412-2900 Monday through Saturday from 7:30am until the close of business that day.

Liberty

1540 NE 96th St.
Liberty, MO 64068
email@pcpeds.com
Phone: 816-412-2900
Fax: 816-412-2915

North Kansas City

400 NE 32nd Street
Kansas City, MO 64116
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Phone: 816-412-2900
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North Oak

9405 N. Oak Trafficway
Kansas City, MO 64155
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Phone: 816-412-2900
Fax: 816-412-2915

Parkville

6320 N Lucerne Ave.
Kansas City, MO 64151
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Phone: 816-412-2900
Fax: 816-412-2915