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Dr. Wallace

Erin E.
Wallace, M.D.

Erin E. Wallace, M.D. is Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.

About Me

There is nothing I would rather do than practice pediatrics; It it is a privilege to be given the opportunity daily to help families grow from birth through young adulthood.

I have always wanted to  practice medicine through primary care and as I continued my education and medical training I found pediatrics to be the most rewarding area of medicine with so many opportunities to do so much good  for the child as well as the families . I enjoy helping families learn about their child's character and development and answering their questions as their child continues to grow.  Also, guiding the families during difficult times of illness and teaching them about their child's illness is an important aspect of my speciality, as childhood illnesses are very different than adult illnesses.

I was born in Canton, Ohio and lived there until I left for college.  I moved to the western side of Ohio to pursue my Bachelor of Science degree at Ohio Northern University.  I  then moved to southwestern Ohio to the city of Cincinnati, where I completed my dream of becoming a doctor, achieving my Medical Doctorate at the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine.  I stayed in Cincinnati to complete my pediatric specialty training through Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Medical Center. I moved to Texas after my training to be closer to my husband's family and my parents, who had moved to Texas.

I enjoy physical activity, whether at the gym, hiking or running; I also enjoy photography and scrapbooking.

I live in Mansfield, Texas with my husband.  We have 2 cats and a dog and hope to start our family soon.

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