Whether you’re a first-time parent or welcoming your newest addition to the family, you must
Dr. Pierrette Mimi Poinsett, MD, is a veteran board-certified pediatrician with three decades of experience. She worked with patients for 19 years in a direct clinical care role. Currently, she serves as a medical consultant focusing on a number of clients and projects. Her primary focus is on pediatrics, with a strong emphasis on children and adolescents with special medical needs.
Dr. Poinsett is active on social media in an effort to provide leadership, advocacy, and knowledge to patients and their families. Her areas of expertise include mental health, breastfeeding management, behavioral problems, learning differences, and pediatric special needs. A key focus of her mission is helping families navigate complex medical, social, scholastic, and mental health programs in order to achieve positive outcomes.
Dr. Poinsett received her Doctor of Medicine from the Pritzker School of Medicine at the University of Chicago. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatrics.
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