Harry Stellman IV, MD
Dr. Stellman, better known as "Doctor Pete," grew up in and graduated high school in Port Lavaca, Texas, then attended college at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. He completed medical school at Texas Tech University School of Medicine, followed by his pediatric residency at Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock. He obtained his board certification in Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine and moved to The Colony, Texas in the summer of 2002 to join Dr. Bill Paruolo's growing practice. Dr. Pete and Dr. Bill are affiliated with Baylor Medical Center Frisco, Texas Health Resources Plano Presbyterian, and Medical City Frisco.
Dr. Pete stays active in his community by guest-speaking at prenatal classes, childcare groups and the occasional school club meeting. He also mentors local high school and college students interested in medical careers. By letting these students witness and participate in "a day in the life" of a pediatrician, he hopes to give them a sense of the challenge, reward, and just plain fun that he himself feels everyday in his practice. As Dr. Pete says: "It's the best job in the world!"
Dr. Pete is very proud of his three children–twins attending Trinity University and Austin College as well as his youngest, also attending Trinity. He and his wife enjoy traveling, cooking, seeing a good movie, and "empty nesting" with the dogs in what he describes as the cleaner, quieter, mostly- kid-free home. When not busy with the honey-do list or trying to keep his old Grand Cherokee in working condition, he enjoys some time at the gym, reading a good book, and is an avid PC gamer.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine – Lubbock, TX
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Arkansas Children's Hospital – Little Rock, AR
American Board of Pediatrics