Drive-thru Flu Clinics
We're offering drive-thru clinics at our Liberty Townshp location — starting Wednesday, Sept. 16. We recommend children over the age of 6 months get flu shots. Call us at 513-336-6700 to schedule an appointment.
New Mask Policy
COVID-19 cases are surging in our area. We are requiring everyone to wear a mask in our offices and help keep families and staff members safe.
AAP Well Check Recommendations
The Ohio Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics released a statement about well check visits. The organization encourages families to keep routine pediatric appointments during the COVID-19 pandemic ― especially for children under two to maintain their vaccination schedules.
We’re on your team
At Suburban Pediatric Associates, we’re on your team. We believe it takes the family, the healthcare team and the community – working together – to assure all of our children are physically and mentally healthy so they can reach their full potential. We know that parenting can be a difficult and unpredictable job. Isn’t it nice to know someone has your back?
Our approach may seem a bit different than other pediatricians you’ve been to. We put your children at the center of everything we do by encircling them with the best providers, most current diagnostic strategies and a network of top notch specialists. Whether you need a routine annual checkup, or more specialized treatment, Suburban Pediatric Associates focuses on getting your children the best possible care.
Caring for your children at every stage
As one of the region’s largest and most innovative pediatric practices, we commit ourselves to providing excellent, comprehensive healthcare for all children at all stages of development – from birth through adolescence.
With three convenient locations plus weekday, early evening and weekend appointments, our staff is always available for your family’s healthcare needs.
When you are part of the Suburban family, you benefit from our providers who have extensive specialized expertise in:
- Behavioral health/ADHD
- Complex care for chronic conditions
- Eating disorders
- International adoption
- International travel
- Lactation services
- Nutritional services and weight management
- Sports medicine
Find the answers you need to common questions about child care, medical conditions or Suburban Pediatrics at the click of a button.
We’re with you every step of the way
Suburban Pediatric Associates, Inc. was established 40 years ago, and from the beginning, we’ve always wanted you and your family to feel at home here. Our staff is dedicated to providing the most current health information, listening to your concerns and giving your children the highest level of care.
Our team consists of physicians, nurse practitioners and office staff who provide superior care. We offer general pediatrics expertise, as well as advanced experience in a variety of specialties.
With our established practice, we have strong working relationships with the specialists at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and consult with them as needed.
Carla C. Barreau, M.D.
Dr. Carla Barreau grew up in Miami, Fla., and Asturias, Spain. She attended medical school in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic and did her pediatric residency at Miami Children's Hospital in Florida from 1991 to 1994 where she served as Pediatric Chief Resident. After completing her specialty, she joined the Emergency Department at Miami Children's Hospital, where in addition to practicing medicine, she taught pediatrics to the residents. In 2000, she relocated to Cincinnati and joined Suburban Pediatrics.
Dr. Barreau is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
She is married to Dr. Jose Barreau, who specializes in hematology and oncology, and they have two teenage children. She enjoys biking, traveling and playing musical instruments.
She is fluent in Spanish and English.
Rosalynd Brackens, M.D.
Dr. Rosalynd Brackens grew up in the Cincinnati area before attending the University of Cincinnati for her undergraduate degree in Biology. Dr. Brackens then completed postgraduate training at Southern Illinois University and her medical training at the University of Illinois-Rockford.
Dr. Brackens then came back to her hometown and completed her pediatric residency at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. A member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, she joined Suburban Pediatrics in August 2016. Her special medical interests include preventative care, behavior and mental health, and asthma education.
A proud mother of an active toddler, Dr. Brackens enjoys spending with her husband and son, traveling and watching movies.
Tina M. Dumont, M.D.
Dr. DuMont grew up in Cincinnati and graduated from Walnut Hills High School and from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., with a psychology pre-medical major. She graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and completed her pediatric residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital with an emphasis on general pediatric practice. Dr. DuMont joined SPA in 2007.
Dr. DuMont is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Her professional interests include teaching pediatric residents in the office setting and international adoptions. Dr. DuMont and her husband reside in the city of Cincinnati with their two daughters.
Angelique D. Gloster, M.D.
Dr. Angelique D. Gloster, originally from Chicago, has lived in the Cincinnati area since 1994. She has practiced at several federally funded clinics over the years as well as in private practice for the past 10 years. As the mother of three daughters, she knows the importance of quality healthcare, anticipatory guidance and continuity of care.
Dr. Gloster graduated from Spelman College, Morehouse School of Medicine and the Emory University Pediatrics Residency program. She has been in practice since 1992, working in Atlanta and Minnesota before landing in Cincinnati. Watching her patients grow and mature over the years gives Dr. Gloster great pleasure. She also enjoys time spent in Haiti, volunteering as a medical missionary to help their underserved pediatric population.
Dr. Gloster enjoys spending time outdoors, traveling with husband Dr. Paul Waller, reading and music. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and enjoys helping the community through various service projects organized by her sorority chapter.
Kristin L. Kaltenstadler, M.D.
Dr. Kristin Kaltenstadler grew up in Kansas City, Missouri, and attended Valparaiso University in Indiana. She then attended the University of Missouri School of Medicine in Columbia, Missouri and then moved to Cincinnati to complete her pediatric residency at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. After residency, she stayed at Cincinnati Children’s for a fellowship in Adolescent Medicine. She joined Suburban Pediatrics Associates in 2012 after completing the fellowship.
Dr. Kaltenstadler resides in Cincinnati with her husband, Neil and their two sons. When not practicing medicine, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, cooking and reading.
Dr. Kaltenstadler practices general pediatrics and adolescent medicine with a special interest in eating disorders, menstrual disorders and mental health issues.
Amanda S. Lee, M.D.
Dr. Amanda Lee received her bachelor's of science degree in Chemistry from Illinois Wesleyan. During her undergraduate years, she performed research for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. After graduation, she attended the University of Illinois College of Medicine, earning her M.D.
After completing her pediatric residency at the Washington University-St. Louis Children's Hospital, Dr. Lee joined Suburban Pediatrics in 2009. She is also a member of the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Aimee Reeder, M.D.
Dr. Aimee Reeder received her B.S. in Biology from th University of Dayton and her M.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
She completed her pediatric residency at the University of Louisville-Kosair Children's Hospital. During her residency, she developed a parenting curriculum that was incorporated into the residency training program.
Dr. Reeder worked for two years as a pediatrician in a Northern Kentucky practice before joining Suburban Pediatrics in September 2014. Her special medical interests include adolescent medicine and asthma management.
Jennifer F. Ringel, M.D.
Dr. Ringel grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, and now resides in Blue Ash, Ohio. She attended medical school at Case Western Reserve University and performed her residency at Cleveland Clinic. She joined Suburban Pediatric Associates in 2001.
Dr. Ringel enjoys spending as much time as possible with her husband and two sons, and is passionate about all types of exercise. She has run several marathons
Thomas A. Roesch, M.D.
Dr. Roesch was raised in Columbus, OH and attended The Ohio State University. Graduating Summa Cum Laude in Accounting and Pre-Med, he then attended and graduated in three years from The Ohio State University School of Medicine in 1982.
He completed a Pediatric Residency at Wright Patterson AFB/Dayton Children’s Medical Center, serving out a 3- year Air Force commitment at Holloman AFB in New Mexico. Dr. Roesch then moved to Salt Lake City, UT and worked at FHP International Corporation, a 100-physician group. While in Salt Lake, he attended the University of Utah, obtaining a Master of Business Administration degree.
Dr. Roesch’s activities include golfing from the senior tee boxes, skiing the blue runs and doing triathlons the day before the race, as this allows taking your time and being the first one finished the day of the race.
Ronna Y. Schneider, M.D.
Dr. Ronna Yosafat Schneider grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, and then attended Indiana University and the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She remained in Cincinnati after medical school to attend residency at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. She has been with SPA for more than 13 years since completing her residency.
Dr. Schneider resides in Cincinnati with her husband, four children and two dogs. When not practicing pediatric medicine, Ronna enjoys spending time with her children at their various sports, music lessons and activities. She loves to cook, travel and exercise with her husband, Ben.
In her free time, Dr. Schneider volunteers in her Cincinnati community and sits on many local and national boards of various organizations. Dr. Schneider practices mostly general pediatrics, but specializes in children and adolescents with behavior problems, ADD/ADHD and girls with ADD.
Garrett Searcy, M.D.
Dr. Garrett Searcy grew up in Washington, Missouri. He received his B.A. in Biology and Theological Studies from Saint Louis University, where he later received his medical degree. He then moved to Indianapolis to complete his pediatric residency at the Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health.
Dr. Searcy joined Suburban Pediatric Associates in July 2016. He is especially interested in preventative care, evidence-based medicine and behavioral issues.
When not helping patients, he enjoys baseball, running, traveling and spending time with his wife and son.
Melissa A.T. Wallace, D.O.
Dr. Melissa Wallace was born in Philadelphia, but grew up in northeastern Ohio. She attended Washington & Jefferson College near Pittsburgh, where she met her future husband (“Mr.” Dr. Wallace) and became a Steelers fan. Fortunately, she ended up in Philadelphia again, and completed medical school at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Deciding to move even closer to the East Coast, she and the other Dr. Wallace landed in central Jersey so that she could pursue her pediatric internship at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and finish her pediatric residency at UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, NJ.
After giving birth to their first child, the whole family returned to the Midwest and settled in Cincinnati. She joined Suburban Pediatric Associates in 2003. The Drs. Wallace and their three children now reside in Montgomery, where they enjoy biking and walking.
Robert P. Wallace, M.D.
Dr. Wallace grew up in Pennsylvania (go Steelers!) and went to College at Washington and Jefferson College. From there he went on to receive a masters in Physiology from Georgetown University and went to medical school at MCP-Hahnemann University in Philadelphia. His pediatric training took place in New Jersey at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. He joined Suburban Pediatric Associates in 2002.
Currently, Dr. Wallace lives in Montgomery with his wife (Dr. Melissa Wallace) and their three children. He spends his spare time mostly with his family, and swimming, biking, car tinkering and fixing things around the house are the “current” activities that he and his children enjoy.
Karen H. Agnew, M.D.
Dr. Agnew grew up in Dayton, Ohio. She obtained her bachelor’s and medical degrees from Case Western Reserve University and completed her residency at Dayton Children’s Hospital. She joined Suburban Pediatric Associates in 2013.
Dr. Agnew enjoys general pediatrics, with a professional interest in wellness and preventive medicine. Her personal interests include reading, running, hiking and spending time with her family and friends.
Introducing Our Easy Online Payment System
At Suburban Pediatrics, we try to make life as easy as possible for all our families. We accomplish this not only by providing the best care, day in and day out, but also by making bill paying as simple and convenient as possible for you.
That’s why we now have a secure online payment system supported by PNC Bank. If you’d like to make an online payment, click the Pay Your Bill button at the right and then enter your child’s name and birth date to get started.
We thank you for trusting us to take care of your family.
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