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Monday 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Tuesday 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Wednesday 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thursday 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


Dr. Bailey and the Cook Children’s staff look forward to meeting your family soon!

When things get complicated, do what generations of families have done, turn to Cook Children's.  Whether it's parenting issues or treating the most complex pediatric medical conditions, we're here, helping families navigate childhood every step of the way.

A board certified pediatrician, Michelle Bailey, M.D., focuses on the well-being of her patients from the day they are born through their late teen years. She has a special passion for treating patients with asthma, allergies, nutrition needs, ADHD and other learning disorders.

She prides herself on building long-lasting and trusting relationships with her patients and their families.
Dr. Michelle Bailey attended medical school at the University of Oklahoma (Boomer!), and completed her pediatric residency in Houston.
She is  married and has a rescue dog named Jack. When not at work, Dr. Bailey enjoys attending cultural events and traveling.
Pediatric services:

Well and sick care for children from birth to age 18
Routine immunizations
Patient and parent education
Consultations for expecting parents
School and sports physicals
Disease prevention
Acute illness
Sports injuries
Adolescent care
ADHD management
Developmental problems

pediatrician, newborn care, infants, children, adolescents, ADHD management, asthma management, well checks, vaccines and immunizations


Virtual Tour



The Animal-Human Connection: How Pets Improve Our Mental Health

Twenty in a series. A young girl who was recently seen by Cook Children’s C.A.R.E. (Child Advocacy Resource and Evaluation) Team sat sobbing on the exam room floor, distraught after receiving a...

Food Pantry Items to Have on Hand for Sick Season

Chicken soup/ chicken broth. Good to prevent dehydration and for upset stomachs. Eat a big ol’ bowl of chicken soup, or cook rice or pasta in chicken broth for...

What to Expect at Your Child’s Wellness Visit and Sports Physical

By Michelle Bailey, M.D. Getting ready to go back to school?Don’t forget to schedule your child’s well visit to make sure all concerns are addressed and all vaccines are up...
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