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Cook Children's North Campus Expansion

Children playing in Prosper field

As one of the largest freestanding pediatric health care systems in the country, Cook Children's currently operates a number of primary care offices in eastern Denton County and Prosper. The location of our new campus was specifically chosen to address the emergent need for pediatric health care services in this fast-growing area.

Prosper Trail

Primary Care - NOW OPEN

Cook Children's Pediatrics Prosper Trail has opened and Dr. Halley Hogan is helping Prosper families with well-child visits, vaccines, illnesses, behavior problems, learning disorders and answering questions all parents have. If your child has a chronic illness, our new primary care practice is here to provide you with a medical home and make sure he or she gets the care they need.

Cook Children's Pediatrics Prosper Trail
1350 N. Preston Rd., Suite 40
Prosper, TX 75078

Primary care services:

  • Well checks and immunizations
  • School and sports physicals
  • Vision and hearing
  • Disease prevention
  • Injury treatment
  • Chronic conditions
  • Acute illnesses
  • Developmental problems
  • Parent education and consultations

Cook Children's Pediatrics Prosper Trail
Dr. Halley Hogan

Coming fall 2019:

Our second primary care office on the Cook Children’s Medical Center North campus.

Cook Children's Pediatrics Windsong
380 West University Drive and Windsong Parkway
Prosper, TX 75078

Other nearby pediatric offices:

Cook Children's Pediatrics Little Elm/Frisco
Cook Children's Pediatrics Carrollton Hebron
Cook Children's Pediatrics North Carrollton
Cook Children's Pediatrics Lewisville Castle Hills


Cook Children's has made a promise to improve the health of every child in our six-county region and that means we have to continue to expand our reach to keep up with a rapidly growing area like we are seeing in Prosper and Denton County. By looking ahead at the growing pediatric health care needs in this community, we are ensuring our promise is kept.
– Nancy Cychol, Chief of Hospital Services for Cook Children's