Lone Star Pediatrics

Lone Star Pediatrics

This is the official page of Lone Star Pediatrics. We are dedicated to the healthcare and well being of our pediatric patients At Lone Star Pediatrics, we believe by partnering with our patients' families we will provide the best care and environment for children to grow and learn.

We like our patients' families to be educated about and involved in their children's physical, emotional and developmental health. We hope to provide a down to earth and informative medical home for our patients and their families.

texaschildrenscoronavirus.org 03/20/2020

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Texas Children’s Pediatrics is committed to ensuring and supporting the health and well-being of our patients and staff during these unprecedented times.

For your safety and to minimize potential COVID-19 exposure, our Urgent Care Saturday Clinic and Prenatal Meet and Greets will be closed until further notice.

If you have an emergency please call 911.
If you need to speak to an on call nurse you call Medlink at (512) 323-5465.
We will be open for our normal business hours Monday through Friday from 8:00am until 5:00pm.

Please remember that all patients must make an appointment before arriving to the clinic.

We encourage our families with questions about COVID-19 to check the TCH, CDC, or WHO websites for more details. Links included below:




texaschildrenscoronavirus.org COVID-19 Communications “Our mission is to create a healthier future for children and women throughout our global community. That has not changed, but the times have. Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) is an unprecedented pandemic.”Mark A. WallacePresident and CEO of Texas Children’s HospitalRead the...

[03/16/20]   Texas Children’s Pediatrics is committed to ensuring and supporting the health and well-being of our patients and staff during these unprecedented times.

For your safety and to minimize potential COVID-19 exposure, we are unable to accommodate walk-ins at this time. Out of an abundance of caution, we are screening all patients via phone before scheduling any appointments. This process allows us to assess your child's symptoms so that we can provide you with the most appropriate care.

We encourage our families with questions about COVID-19 to check the TCH, CDC, or WHO websites for more details. Links included below:




[01/19/20]   Our clinic will be closed on Monday, January 20th to celebrate the Martin Luther King holiday. We will reopen on Tuesday with normal business hours.
If you need to speak to a physician or nurse on call, please call Medlink at 512-323-5465.
Have a wonderful weekend!

[01/16/20]   On behalf of all the providers and staff at Lone Star Pediatrics, we are excited to announce that we have joined Texas Children’s Pediatrics. This decision was not arrived at lightly and it is our goal to provide even better service to our patients as part of this larger amazing organization.

Our partnership with Texas Children’s doesn’t change what you have come to expect at Lone Star Pediatrics. We will continue to provide excellent, personalized medical care for your family and look forward to showing off our new EMR to you the next time you are in the office.

Unfortunately, the unexpected phone troubles are making this transition more difficult. We are working diligently to resolve the issue as soon as possible. In addition, we hope to finish with the initial conversion to EMR as quickly as possible and then go back to the office we all know and love.

We have been honored to be trusted to care for your children for the past 16 years and will help in any way we can to continue on in that relationship. We appreciate your patience during this time of transition.

[01/14/20]   Thank you for being so patient while we are working on the phone issues. Time Warner will be here at 5pm so hopefully the problem will be rectified. In the meantime, we are answering phones via cell phones so it makes leaving messages very difficult. We apologize for any inconvenience.

[11/12/19]   BAD WEATHER ALERT FOR NOVEMBER 12, 2019.

Due to inclement weather, we will delay opening the clinic until 10:00 AM.
If you have a life threatening emergency, please call 911.
We will follow the RRISD school closing schedule and will continue to post all updates to our FB page.

cdc.gov 09/11/2019

Outbreak of Severe Pulmonary Disease Linked with E-cigarette Product Use

Stop Va**ng Now!
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a health advisory on August 30, 2019 urging people to avoid e-cigarettes and other va**ng devices. An outbreak of severe lung disease related to va**ng has caused severe illness and death in many US states.

The American Academy of Pediatrics joins the CDC to remind parents that e-cigarette use is never safe for youth, young adults, or pregnant and/or breastfeeding women. Get the latest outbreak information here and report any symptoms at www.safetyreporting.hhs.gov or call your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222.

cdc.gov CDC investigates outbreak of severe lung disease in patients who have recently used e-cigarette products, also known as “va**ng.”

healthychildren.org 08/27/2019

12 Tips for Teaching Children Gratitude

One of our most treasured office visits is seeing an 18 year old for his or her last well child exam before we send them to college. We write them a "prescription for life" which includes 1) compassion 2) commitment 3) self-discipline and finally 4) gratitude. We have them tuck this prescription in their wallets and hope, along with all of the love and support from their families, that they will remember these virtues during life's ups and downs. Sometimes we are all reminded to find gratitude in the little things! Good luck to all of our new college freshman!

healthychildren.org Tired of bickering, jealousy, and selfishness? Kids are naturally materialistic and self-serving– but the good news is that gratitude can be taught. And from gratitude flows joy.

austintexas.gov 08/06/2019

Heat Awareness | AustinTexas.gov - The Official Website of the City of Austin

Temperatures will get even hotter this week. In fact, it's so humid it FEELS like 107 today. In 2018 five people died in Austin and 490 heat-related illness emergency room visits were reported in Travis County. Unfortunately, 24 children have died in hot cars so far in the US in 2019. Austin launched a heat awareness webpage as a resource hub surrounding heat safety information, including identified public cooling centers. Infants and children are at a higher risk for heat-related illness. Check out the signs to look for here:

austintexas.gov The City of Austin will issue a heat advisory within 12 hours of heat conditions reaching a maximum heat index temperature of 100 degrees for at least two days. The City will issue an excessive heat warning within 12 hours of heat conditions reaching a maximum heat index temperature of 105 degrees f...

healthychildren.org 07/30/2019

Back-to-School Tips

It's almost that time of year! Some of you are happy to get the kids back to school and some of you want to squeeze the very most out of last hot summer days. Here are some back to school tips to help as we count down the days:

healthychildren.org ​There are many things you and your child can do to prepare for school that will make it an enjoyable experience for the whole family.

kidshealth.org 07/16/2019

Bug Bites and Stings (for Parents) - KidsHealth

Boy the insects are out aren't they? We have been seeing all kinds of insect bites at Lone Star Pediatrics. Here is some information regarding common bites and how to treat them:

kidshealth.org Most bug bites and stings are just annoying. But some can cause infections and allergic reactions. It's important to know what to watch for, and when to get medical attention.

healthychildren.org 07/09/2019

Back to School, Back to the Doctor

It's sports physical time! Call us to schedule those important sports physicals before school starts. Countdown for the first day of school is 37 days!!

healthychildren.org No matter what grade your child is about to enter, there's the yearly back-to-school checklist of to-dos.

healthychildren.org 07/02/2019

Stay Safe this 4th of July

Even the most harmless-seeming fireworks (yep, sparklers!) can send a child to the ER. Keep your family safe this July 4th—or any time you want to enjoy some fireworks—with this important advice.

healthychildren.org ​Each July 4th, thousands of people, most often children and teens, are injured while using consumer fireworks. The AAP continues to urge families NOT to buy fireworks for their own or their children's use.

texasadvocacyproject.org 06/18/2019

Backpacks for Hope

Join us in supporting the Texas Advocacy Project's "Backpacks for Hope". We will be accepting new backpacks and supplies for children of survivors in domestic violence shelters at our clinic JUNE 6-JULY 10TH!

The backpacks will be filled with school supplies and safety planning literature from the TAP. To learn more, visit their website here:

texasadvocacyproject.org Make A Donation

healthychildren.org 06/11/2019

5 Things You Need to Know About Water Parks, But Probably Don’t

As temperatures climb to sweltering levels over the summer months in Austin and more families head to pools and other popular swimming holes, we want you and your children to be safe. Tragically, a child from Williamson County died Wednesday after being pulled from a public pool in Cedar Park the previous day. Our hearts go out to the family.

Only halfway through 2019, Austin-Travis County EMS medics have already responded to three drownings this year in which children younger than 10 died. That number doesn’t count the 12 other calls in Travis County for near-drownings involving children younger than 12.

In all of 2018, first responders in Travis County recorded only one child death from drowning.

Please be vigilant this summer. Drowning is a silent killer.

healthychildren.org ​As a parent, it's important to know what to look for if you are planning a trip to an indoor or outdoor water park. Here is some information and reminders from the American Academy of Pediatrics to help keep your family safe and healthy.

healthychildren.org 06/04/2019

Tips to Support Your Teen Graduating from High School

Congratulations to all of our Lone Star Pediatrics seniors who are graduating from High School! You have worked so hard and we celebrate your accomplishments. This is such an important time for the entire family. Here are some tips for you and your parents on making this a smooth transition to your next adventure!

healthychildren.org ​The AAP offers the following tips for parents and youth navigating this important time of life.

[05/21/19]   Good luck to Dr. Bielamowicz!

It is with sad hearts that we inform you that Dr. Bielamowicz will be leaving our practice the beginning of July. His wife completed her fellowship here in Austin and found a fabulous opportunity close to her family in the Houston area. He has been a wonderful addition to Lone Star Pediatrics for this short period of time and we wish he and his wife all the best as they build a life together in Houston. Please take some time to wish him well if you are near the office. Please call the office with any questions and concerns. As always, we are honored to continue to care for your little ones.

healthychildren.org 05/14/2019

Anxiety in Teens is Rising: What's Going On?

We have been seeing a rise in anxiety in our teens. In fact anxiety, not depression, is the leading mental health issue among American youths, and clinicians and research both suggest it is rising. The latest study was published in April in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Based on data collected from the National Survey of Children’s Health for ages 6 to 17, researchers found a 20 percent increase in diagnoses of anxiety between 2007 and 2012. (The rate of depression over that same time period ticked up 0.2 percent.). Why the increase?
Hint: put away the phones..

healthychildren.org The number of teens with anxiety disorders has been rising steadily―along with hospital admissions for teens who are suicidal. This leaves parents, teachers, and anyone who interacts with these kids with many concerning questions. Read on. 

healthychildren.org 05/07/2019

Child Immunization Schedule: Why Is It Like That?

Do you ever wonder why we recommend that your baby receive certain vaccines at certain times? Here are nine common questions answered to help you understand the vaccine schedule, why vaccines are safe, and how #VaccinesWork. #NIIW #Ivax2Protect

healthychildren.org Experts answer commonly asked questions regarding childhood immunizations schedules.



Austin, TX

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
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