Kurt L. Klinepeter, M.D.
Academic: 336-713-7429 | Department: 336-713-4500
Washburn LK, Dillard RG, Goldstein DJ, Klinepeter KL, deRegnier R-A, O'Shea TM. Survival and major neurodevelopmental impairment in extremely low gestational age newborns born 1990-2000: a retrospective cohort study. BMC Pediatr. 2007;7():article 20.
Williams J, Klinepeter K, Palmes G, Pulley A, Foy JM. Behavioral health practices in the midst of black box warnings and mental health reform. Clin Pediatr. 2007;46(5):424-430.
Williams J, Klinepeter K, Palmes G, Foy JM. Use of an electronic record audit to enhance mental health training for pediatric residents. Teach Learn Med. 2007;19(4):357-361.
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Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics, Neonatal Outcome
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We've been through so much with my son. I feel like we were definitely listened to and given a lot of time. This being our first visit since moving to the area, I don't feel I was told anything new but that's pretty understandable for the first visit.
*Dr. Klinepeter is the absolute best provider we have ever had.
*DR Klinepeter is superb!
Best for kids w/ADD/ADHD/other.