Kurt L. Klinepeter, M.D.
Cerebral Palsy; Infant, Very Low Birth Weight; Mental Disorders; Pediatrics; Child Behavior Disorders
Academic: 336-713-7429 | Department: 336-713-4500
Survival and major neurodevelopmental impairment in extremely low gestational age newborns born 1990-2000: a retrospective cohort study. Washburn LK, Dillard RG, Goldstein DJ, Klinepeter KL, deRegnier R-A, O'Shea TM.. BMC Pediatr. 2007;7():article 20.
Behavioral health practices in the midst of black box warnings and mental health reform. Williams J, Klinepeter K, Palmes G, Pulley A, Foy JM.. Clin Pediatr. 2007;46(5):424-430.
Use of an electronic record audit to enhance mental health training for pediatric residents. Williams J, Klinepeter K, Palmes G, Foy JM.. Teach Learn Med. 2007;19(4):357-361.
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Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics, Neonatal Outcome
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We love this doctor. Excellent bedside manners. Would highly recommend him!!! Seems to really care about his patients & need more doctors like him.
Was very helpful with resources for her autism.
*Dr. Klinepeter goes above & beyond to help.
they all care
*Dr. Klinepeter is one of the very best we have ever visited.
I didn't know my son had this referral until the Friday before. We had apparently waited a year to see the doctor. He did not really provide me with any information. He is sending my son for blood work and got us referred to a medical supply company, otherwise nothing was really done. I'm still not really sure what he specializes in as he disregarded a lot of the things other doctors have told me to do with my son in relation to his autism. He was very nice and even helped me out to my car with both my kids. I thought I'd leave learning something new since I waited a year to see him. the nurse that checked us in was very very nice and very patient with my son and got him some toys while he waited!