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Nurse checking a child's blood pressure while he holds a toy car

About Us

Our mission at Shults Pediatrics is to provide state of the art medicine with a caring touch-in an environment where patient care is first and foremost.

Dr. Shults, Dr. Bullen, Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Sarah Jones and Kara LaRue share the goal of putting your child’s care first while incorporating a team-based approach to achieve quality and consistent care. Offering pediatric services from birth to age 21, it is paramount for us to develop a long-term relationship with you and your child. This relationship allows us to provide the highest quality pediatric care and ongoing support during your child’s development.

Our Services

At Shults Pediatrics we offer a broad range of children’s services from birth to 21 including, preventative care visits, routine pediatric care, vaccinations and laboratory services. For families that are expecting a new child we offer pre-parent consulting appoinments that allow a meet and greet session with Dr. Shults and staff free of charge. Along with providing esential medical services, we aslo provide support to our parents and families with develompental milestones, nutritional advice, safety/behavioral issues and ongoing educational classes.

Preventative Care

Routine Check-ups

Laboratory Services

Pre-Parent Consulting

Nutritional Advice


Behavioral Consulting

Lactation Consults

After Hours Call Service

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“The doctor spent A LOT of time with me listening to all of my concerns. I was so grateful of the time she spent with us. She helped ease my worries and my child just loves her.”

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Featured Articles

Food for Thought

By Mandy Welch MDA/ RDN Adolescent Nutrition Adolescence is a time of significant growth and development. Similar to the early growing of infancy and toddlerhood, the caloric load of teens will vary as they hit growth spurts at different times. Teens also have growing independence in meal planning and eating surrounding their social activities. It […]

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Kids in the Kitchen: Homemade Spiced Cider Applesauce

By Mandy Welch MDA/ RDN Warm and hearty on a cold winter morning. Take your favorite baking apples – we used 5 granny smith, cut into wedges with an apple cutter. combine apples, 1/2 C spiced apple cider, 1tsp cinnamon and 1 tsp honey in a pot on the stovetop. I left the skins on […]

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Kids in the Kitchen: Peanut Butter Bites

Peanut Butter Bites 1C all natural peanut butter ¾ C Coconut almond milk 1 tsp soy sauce 1 tsp honey 3 C Rice Krispies Directions: Combine peanut butter and coconut almond milk on stovetop and warm on low until smooth but not bubbling. Gradually add soy sauce and honey and remove from heat. Stir peanut […]

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Lunch Daily from 12 - 1pm


7am - 6pm


7am - 6pm


7am - 6pm


7am - 6pm


7am - 6pm


8am - 12am



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Whenever you have a question or would like to contact us, log on to your portal to send us a secure message (non-urgent) or call our office main number 24/7 to speak with us or obtain information on how to contact the on-call provider. Even on evenings and weekends when the office is closed, reach out to the on-call provider first. We may be able to provide care within your medical home or can direct you to the place that best suited to care for your child.

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