St. Luke's Pediatric Care Center
Located at 8007 St. Charles Rock Road, St. Luke's Pediatric Care Center is a mission-based agency of St. Luke's Hospital that provides health care to children in St. Louis City and County in a private practice setting. The center accepts most insurance plans, Medicaid MC Plus, and participates in the Missouri Department of Health program, Vaccine for Kids. Care is available for uninsured children, as well. For additional information, or to schedule an appointment, call 314-423-8195.
Monday & Wednesday: 8 am - 5:30 pm
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8 am - 4:30 pm
If you have any after-hours questions and concerns, please call the exchange at 314-364-5279. If you child is experiencing a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.
Our physician and staff are dedicated to improving the quality of health care for children and families. St. Luke's Pediatric Care Center offers a variety of services to meet your needs and the needs of your child. These services may include:
- Sick visits
- Physical exams
- Vision and hearing screenings
- Onsite lab screenings for hemoglobin, strep and lead
- Women infants and Children (WIC) recertification
- Health and wellness education
St. Luke's Pediatric Care Center consists of board-certified pediatricians, site manager, registered nurse, social worker and office coordinator.
Edith Patrice Colbert, MD, FAAP
Educated at Vanderbilt University Medical School, Dr. Colbert completed her residency at Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. Dr. Colbert is board-certified in pediatrics and cares for children from birth to 18 years at the center. Dr. Colbert was named one of St. Louis' Best Physicians in St. Louis Magazine.
Daniel H. Wachsstock, MD, FAAP
Educated at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Dr. Washsstock completed his residency at St. Louis Children's Hospital. Dr. Wachsstock is board-certified in pediatrics and provides care for children from birth to 18 years.
Mary Ann Gaston, RN, MS, is the onsite manager and community liaison.
Our RN works with parents, children and the community to educate and promote the understanding of disease management as well as preventive measures.
Our social worker assists families and individuals to ensure access to agencies and services.
The office coordinator serves as a liaison between parents and the center to assist in meeting the needs of the children.