"I am delighted that you have chosen Ennis Pediatric and Adolescent Health Care Center as your child’s medical home. 

I look forward to being your child’s pediatrician for many years to come! I wish to be a resource to you and your family on all matters relating to your child’s health and well-being. 

Please use this website as a resource as well. Browse the patient education pages for information on such issues as child development, newborn care, common childhood illnesses, safety, and much more!"

—Dr. Katherine Brown

Preparing for Your First Visit

We request that all new patients provide us with basic health and general information.

We prefer that you complete the following forms online. If you are not able to do this, please complete and print the PDF forms and mail them to our office prior to your scheduled visit.

  1. General Information Form (online)
  2. Medical History Form (online)
  3. General Information Form
  4. Medical History Form
  5. Protected Health Information
  6. Office Policy

Vaccine Record
We will need a copy of your child’s vaccine record.  Please mail a copy of your child’s vaccine record to our office before your first visit. If this is not possible, please bring the vaccine record to your visit.

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Office Protocols

All patients must have a scheduled appointment to see Dr. Brown. Please use our Request an Appointment online form to set a date that is convenient for you.

Sick Visits

If your child is sick, Dr. Brown will want to see him or her that day. Please call the office to make a same day appointment. 

Well-Child Visits

Dr. Brown will see your child for the following well-child visits:

  • 2 week visit
  • 2 month visit
  • 4 month visit
  • 6 month visit
  • 8 month visit
  • 12 month visit
  • 18 month visit
  • 24 month visit

After the first two years of life, Dr. Brown will see your child once a year. She recommends that children be seen yearly until they are 18 years of age. 

You can make well-child appointments online. If you are not able to this, you may call the office to make the appointment.

Late Policy

If you are going to be late for an appointment, please call our office to notify us that you will be late. If you are more than 30 minutes late, there is a chance that you will not be seen. We do everything we can to accommodate you, but we will give priority to those families who have arrived on time.


Please be respectful and courteous to the other families who come to see us! If you are not going to be able to make your appointment with us, please call our office at 972-875-8300 as soon as possible to let us know.    


Dr. Brown is available daily by email. She reviews and answers all emails at the end of the working day – after she has seen all the patients in the office. She will respond to your email within 72 hours. Please do not email her with urgent medical concerns about your child.