Meet our pediatricians
We take the time to listen to you and your child, answer questions and help you navigate parenthood.
Our doctors are specialists in the health care of infants, children and adolescents. Our team includes board certified pediatricians that, together with you, will get your kids on the path to leading happy and healthy lives.
Diane Arnaout, M.D.
Dr. Diane Arnaout joined the Cook Children's Willow Park practice in 2011. Dr. Arnaout was born and raised in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She attended college at Texas A&M University and medical school at the UT Health Science Center in San Antonio. She did her pediatric internship and residency at Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital and M.D. Anderson at the Texas Medical Center in Houston, TX where she served as a leader on the medical education committees. She is a board-certified pediatrician.
After working in Houston for a year, she and her husband decided it was important to be near family, and happily returned home to DFW. Dr. Arnaout is an active member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and is the president-elect of the Fort Worth Pediatric Society. She loves all aspects of her job, especially caring for newborns (and new parents) and helping children thrive into their teenage years.
Her favorite pastimes include reading, cooking, eating, photography (especially children's photography!), and spending time with her family. She and her husband Drew live in Fort Worth with their son and daughter.
Dr. Arnaout is also an active contributor to Cook Children's Checkup blog. Her most recent articles can be found here.
- Fort Worth Magazine "Top Doc" - 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
- DFW Child Magazine Mom-Approved Doctor - 2013, 2014, 2015
Jenica Rose-Stine, D.O.
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.
- Fort Worth Magazine "Top Doc" - 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
- DFW Child Magazine Mom-Approved Doctor - 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Meet our nurse practitioners
Beth has been employed by Cook Children’s at Forest Park/Willow Park practice since 2008. She graduated from University of Texas at Arlington with a BSN in nursing, and then a Master’s of Science from the University of Texas at Tyler. She graduated from the Family Nurse Practitioner program at Texas Tech University in 2003. Her NP career began in East Texas with East Texas Medical Center, working in the Emergency Room. She was an instructor of the nursing program at University of Texas at Tyler for several years. In 2013, Beth was appointed to the Advance Practice Council of Cook Children’s, a forum dedicated to improving the practice of mid-level providers within the Cook system. She is a dedicated teacher, taking on students on a regular basis to instruct them on pediatric practice and has been invited to speak at a nursing conference on end-of-life care.
Her favorite past time is her family, the arts, gardening and travel.
Tara Haraldson joined Cook Children's in 2009 as a registered nurse in the emergency department. She completed her bachelor's degree at TCU in 2007, where she competed in swimming all four years. After several years of working as a nurse in adult and pediatric care, Tara attended UTA and obtained her masters as a primary care pediatric nurse practitioner. She joined Cook Children's Willow Park upon graduation in 2013. She is a three time recipient of the Clinical Excellence in Pediatrics Award from UTA and is currently a member of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners.
Tara enjoys building relationships with families and takes special interest in the promotion of breastfeeding and nutrition for all ages. She also likes caring for athletes and helping them stay in top condition.
Tara and her husband, Sam, live in Fort Worth where he works as an emergency room physician. They have one daughter and one son. In her free time, she enjoys running, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.
Sperry graduated with honors from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. While at Texas Tech, she was active in the Texas Nurses Students’ Association as the Senior Programs and Projects Director.
Sperry joined Cook Children’s in 2009 in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). In that role, she earned the Daisy Award, an award given to a nurse that is nominated and selected by the parents of patients for excellence in patient care. She continued her education while working full time and received her master’s degree from the University of Texas at Arlington in May of 2015.
She is a Board Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and a member of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners.
Sperry lives in Saginaw with her husband, Sandy, a police officer with Haltom City, and her daughter, Gracie, who was born in 2014.
Meet our staff
Our staff never settles for average. They continually strive for excellence in both the clinical side of their jobs and in the compassionate care given to patients and their families. We are proud of our team because they are a shining example of how we work to fulfill our promise to improve the health of every child in our region.