When it comes to your child, you want the best care possible. Our team of genitourologists has undergone rigorous education and training in pediatrics, urology, and other related specialties. Many of them are also noted educators and pioneers in research.
Because of its complexity, the genitourinary system often affects other systems in the body. This means your child may be seen by other pediatric specialists such as: a urologist, nephrologist, neonatologist, perinatologist, pediatrician, surgeons, transplant surgeons, geneticists, endocrinologists, neurologists, neurodevelopment specialists, psychologists, nutritionists and/or dietitians and social workers. You and your child also have access to variety of patient and family support such as our Child Life specialists and parent mentors.
Dr. Blake Palmer, MD is a pediatric urology doctor who practices in Fort Worth, TX. He is 39 years old and has been practicing for 12 years. Dr. Palmer is affiliated with Cook Children's Medical Center.