Welcome to Olympia Pediatrics

 

Olympia Pediatrics is a primary care practice for babies, children, teens to young adulthood.  Our board certified pediatricians and nurse practitioners work together with our clinical and  business staff to provide quality medical care in a professional, nurturing environment.

Mission Statement:
We are a team of health care professionals who are committed to delivering expert, personalized care and guidance to our families as their children grow from birth through young adulthood.

Our core values are:

  1. Providing contemporary pediatric care in a warm and stimulating environment.
  2. To provide ongoing support of our staff that encourages respect, honesty, efficiency and teamwork.
  3. To provide effective communication with our patients, their families, and each other.

We believe our mission statement and core values ensure long-term practice stability and continued support of our community.


Olympia Pediatrics Patient Portal is now available!

View your child’s medical information including:

*Immunization records

*Growth Charts

*Allergies

* View current balances

* Upcoming appointments

With more features to come J

 

 


Kathy Berndt, ARNP

Sadly, we are saying goodbye to Kathy Berndt, ARNP, who will be retiring the end of February. We are pleased to let you know that Katie Larson, ARNP, CPNP will be taking over the care of her patients.

Kathy plans to take a new direction in life and spend more time traveling, cooking and exploring new opportunities that may come her way.

Kathy has been such a wonderful part of our Olympia Pediatrics family and she will be missed dearly!


 


Welcome Katie Larson, ARNP, CPNP

Please welcome our newest member to Olympia Pediatrics, Katie Larson, ARNP. Katie is a Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner who trained at Marquette University. She received her Bachelors of Science in 2011 from the Washington State University and is happy to return to the Pacific Northwest. Katie Larson, ARNP will be taking over Kathy Berndt, ARNP's practice when she retires at the end of February.