About Dr. Abraham
Dr. Stacey Abraham is a board-certified Pediatrician caring for patients in Frisco, TX. She has more than seven years of training and experience in Pediatrics, including one year as Pediatric Chief Resident.
Dr. Abraham is a North Texas Pediatrician who is passionate about newborn care including breastfeeding, growth, sleep training and building healthy routines. She enjoys discussing preventative care throughout the toddler years including open discussions regarding vaccinations, developmental milestones and safety. She promotes adolescent care by discussing healthy boundaries regarding screen time, healthy eating, exercise and mental health.
She is also available for her patients and families to care for both acute and chronic illnesses. She is skilled in asthma and allergy management, childhood skin conditions, behavioral conditions and more.
Dr. Abraham sees children of all ages and desires to build strong relationships with both patient and family throughout childhood.
How Dr. Abraham practices whole-person wellness
Dr. Abraham and her husband live in Carrollton, TX with their two young children. As part of a healthy lifestyle, they enjoy outdoor activities like biking and eating a well-balanced diet. Dr. Abraham is passionate about serving in her local church, staying active, traveling and spending time with her family.
Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Minor in Psychology, Texas A&M University
M.D., Texas A&M Health Science Center – College of Medicine
Pediatric Residency, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
Chief Residency, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
Dr. Abraham sees patients at Village Pediatrics in Frisco Medical Village. To schedule a telehealth appointment, click below.
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