This ARC Pediatrician Offers a Cheerful Outlook

Austin Regional Clinic is pleased to announce that Ryan P. Peterson, MD, Pediatrician, has joined the team at ARC Cedar Park. From a small town central Nebraska, Dr. Peterson says, “I initially chose to pursue a career in medicine because of the intellectual challenge it posed.” But, he adds, “After some time and probably some growing up, I realized that relationships formed through clinical experiences are the most rewarding part of being a physician.”

About being a Pediatrician, Dr. Peterson says, “I understand how fortunate I am to work in such a field as pediatrics, and I don’t take the responsibility of being your child’s doctor lightly.” He says he has three goals when it comes to patient care; “To foster open and constructive communication, to provide individualized care and guidance, and to do these cheerfully!”

In his free time, this new Austinite says he is “Enjoying the food offerings and live music scene of Austin with my wife, hopefully getting back into shape, reading, and, of course, watching college football! Nebraska fan here, of course!” (Dr. Peterson’s wife, Dr. Keerti Peterson, is also a pediatrician at ARC Cedar Park.)

Dr. Peterson is accepting new patients at ARC Cedar Park. Call 512-259-3467 or go online to make an appointment.

Welcome to the team, Dr. Ryan P. Peterson!

Tags: Pediatrics, ARC Cedar Park, Dr. Ryan Peterson

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