Dr. Kelly Miller
Frequently Asked Questions:


What are Dr. Miller’s credentials?

Dr. Miller is an independent board certified pediatrician practicing in Stephenville, Texas. 
Dr. Miller is a DO (Osteopathic physician), which is one of two degree types allowed to obtain a
medical license and practice medicine.  The other is MD (Allopathic physician).  Either type may
prescribe medicines and treatments, do medical procedures, work in hospitals or clinics, and do
anything else you expect from a physician.  She is certified as a specialist in children’s medicine
by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

What does “board certified” mean?

Dr. Miller specializes in children’s medicine.  She completed a 3-year residency (training program) in pediatrics at Scott and White in Temple.  She then passed the board certification exam offered by the American Board of Pediatrics, which is renewed each 7 years.

What is Dr. Miller’s background?

Dr. Miller is a central Texas native.  She is a graduate of Stephenville High School (1987), and Tarleton (pre-med, 1991), and attended medical school in Fort Worth (graduated 1997).  She completed her residency in pediatrics at Scott and White (completed 2000), and was a Cook Children's physician from 2000 until moving back to Stephenville to open Miller Pediatrics, P.A.  She and her family have deep roots in Stephenville with many extended family members living near.  Dr. Miller has two daughters in elementary school, and a husband of 19 years. 

             What ages can a pediatrician see?

A pediatrician is a licensed physician whose practice is not restricted by age requirements.  She sees children from birth to young adulthood.  Dr. Miller chooses not to see adults.


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