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Dr. Jenica Rose-Stine joined the Cook Children's Willow Park practice in 2008. She is a TCU horned frog who served as a two-time president of the Fort Worth Pediatrics Society and currently holds committee appointments at Cook Children's. She is enthusiastic about several areas of pediatrics including development, safety and prevention, and nutrition and she thoroughly enjoys her interactions with first-time parents and their newborns.
"I can truly say I have my dream job. I work and live in a wonderful community, where I interact with my friends' and neighbors' children. Watching these kids grow up has been a joy, and I hope someday I will take care of those patient's kids! Now that I have kids of my own, I really enjoy the conversations with my patient families as we raise our kids together. I think of it as an on-going conversation we will be having for the next eighteen years."
Dr. Rose-Stine's husband, Matthew Stine, is a family physician in Willow Park. The couple met in college and married in medical school. They have one daughter and one son. Dr. Rose-Stine enjoys being outdoors, reading, running, and chocolate.
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