At Texas Children’s Pediatrics, we understand the importance of feeling completely comfortable with your child’s primary care physician. To help you get to know our pediatrician better, we decided to sit down with them and do a short Q&A.
Learn more aboutDr. David Liang, pediatrician at Texas Children’s Pediatrics Humble Atascocita, below:
What’s a question you think all parents should ask when visiting a pediatrician?
What is your view on immunizations?
Why do you love to work for Texas Children’s Pediatrics?
I enjoy working in an organization with a supportive environment. I can truly focus on what matters to patients and their families and on providing quality advice and care.
Tell us what you love about working around kids.
They always help you find a new way of looking at and thinking about things that others may take for granted or overlook.
Do you have kids yourself?
A toddler boy, who brings my wife and me great joy (and sometimes consternation).
Would you rather teleport or read minds?
Teleport, of course. It’d greatly shorten my daily commute!
Where did you attend school?
I earned my undergraduate degrees in liberal arts and biochemistry at the University of Texas at Austin; my medical degree is from the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas.
What brought you into medicine?
Wanting to help others directly and an interest in health and science.
What’s your best advice on staying healthy?
Be mindful about balancing different elements of your nutrition, activity, rest and your time with those you care about.
What do you think distinguishes Texas Children’s from other organizations?
The degree of commitment to improving the well-being of pediatric patients is outstanding!