Haley is a cheerleader, a wrestler and a healthy 11-year old girl. And, along with her two brothers, Haley has been receiving care from Dr. Cibischino since she was a baby.
Haley’s mom Katelyn likes the family environment at St. Luke’s Pocono Pediatrics. “It doesn’t feel like you are walking into a doctor’s office,” explains Katelyn. “Everyone at the practice is friendly - they joke with the kids, which makes visits a lot less scary.” Dr. Cibischino interacts directly with Haley, engaging her in all the conversations surrounding her care. Katelyn also appreciates the responsiveness of the team. “When I call the office, I speak with a person directly and I either receive an answer to my question during that conversation, or I get a return phone call quickly.” That responsiveness was particularly helpful when a much younger Haley stuck an object up her nose.
Since joining St. Luke’s University Health Network, the practice moved to a new, convenient location, making visits easy for parents and kids with busy schedules. According to Katelyn, “the new office is clean and convenient but if they ever relocated, I would follow – Dr. Cibischino is amazing!”
Today Haley is a strong-willed 6th-grader with a heart of gold, and she has some interest in firefighting. Her dad has been a volunteer firefighter for 15 years, so firefighting has always been a part of their lives. But according to her mom, “I’m not sure exactly what Haley will grow up to be, but I am certain she will do great things.”
Garrett, four, is a healthy preschooler who loves playing outside, digging in the dirt and is a big fan of Bob the Builder. Him and his brother, Wyatt, have been visiting Eduardo A. Cevallos, MD, at Quakertown Pediatrics for their entire lives.
David hopes to be playing his saxophone again soon with his Belvidere (NJ) High School band, now that his doctor has given him a thumbs up.