Pediatrician's Goal is For Your Child to Feel Loved and Valued


“My goal as your child's doctor is to make sure that each time your child leaves my office, they feel loved and valued,” pediatrician Dr. Amy Hunt said. Her goal for parents is that you leave the office feeling well taken care of, and that your voices were heard. Watch her video to learn more about her ARC Hutto practice.

Addressing Your Family’s Needs

As your child’s pediatrician, Dr. Hunt’s approach is “that there's more than one way to treat each medical problem and I try and find the solution that fits each family.”

She does this by getting a deep understanding of your child's uniqueness.

“I like to engage the children in the appointment, talk to them directly and make them feel like they are part of the conversation and that we care about their voice and their opinion,” Dr. Hunt said.

Building a Relationship

“It brings me great joy to get to help kids get over illnesses and help them through their struggles and celebrate their victories,” Dr. Hunt said.

This connection with you and your child over time builds a relationship that allows for better care, and the process of building this relationship is one of Dr. Hunt’s favorite things about caring for your family.

Since her own childhood, Dr. Hunt wanted to work with kids and to be a doctor. Pediatrics was a natural fit for her and helping your child feel better is a dream come true.

Learn More

Watch Dr. Amy Hunt's video biography to learn more about her childhood desire to become a doctor, and makes your child feel loved and valued at each visit.

Meet Dr. Hunt

If you would like an appointment for your child with Dr. Hunt or you would like to meet her before the birth of your child:

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