My child has
Your opinion means a lot. We'd love to hear your thoughts on how we're doing.
Frank McGehee, M.D., continues a Cook Children's legacy that began more than 70 years when took over the office at 1129 Sixth Avenue in Fort Worth, near the medical center.
Dr. McGehee replaced John Richardson, M.D., who had practiced out of the same office for 43 years. Prior to that Edwin Schwarz, M.D., for whom the Health Sciences Library at Cook Children's is named, made 1129 Sixth Avenue his home. But since 2007, Dr. McGehee has followed those legends nicely. As you walk into his office, you feel comfort and long-time patient families trust Dr. McGehee adamantly. They say he's like part of their own family.
Dr. McGehee is married and the father of six children age 36-17. One of his children has Down Syndrome and it helps Dr. McGehee work with patients with DS and other special needs. In his role as primary care physician he treats a wide variety of children and helps them with everything from the common cold to complex issues. Dr. McGehee stresses at well-child visits the two most important things a mother can do for a child remain breastfeeding and making sure the baby's car seat is properly fastened.
682.885.4000 | Contact Us | Legal | Privacy | Patients
and Parents Rights
Copyright 2015 by Cook Children's Health Care System, Fort Worth, Texas