Stanford University Adjunct Clinical Faculty
Department of Pediatrics

Dr. Burgos is a Board Certified Pediatrician and was the first concierge Pediatrician in the United States.  As a practitioner in the community for many years, she is active in promoting healthy and happy lives for parents and their children.  She has enjoyed speaking at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, orienting expectant parents to their upcoming deliveries and experiences with their newborns.  Active as a volunteer board member for Blossom Birth, she gave Pediatric support to this local non-profit assisting new families in the prenatal and postpartum periods.  As the Director of Health and Wellness for the Palo Alto School District PTA 2005-2007, she is an advocate in the schools helping team with parents on such issues as improved fitness and nutrition, students with chronic illness and emergency preparedness.

As a mother and pediatrician, she is interested in treating the “whole” child by attending to the complete physical, social and emotional well being of infants, children and adolescents.  Building upon this, she helps new parents with their infants offering an extensive Newborn Home Visit Program.  Also offered is an Adolescent Wellness Program offering preteens and teens unparalleled, in person visit time with their doctor discussing everything from healthier eating habits, exercise, school stress and prevention of teen risk behaviors.  Her patients live all along the peninsula and span in age from newborn through age 20 years.

A California native, Dr. Burgos obtained her BA in Human Biology from Stanford University, her MD from the University of California, San Diego and an MPH from the University of California, Berkeley.  Her Master of Public Health degree emphasized maternal and child health specifically the areas of nutrition, breastfeeding, health economics and international health.  Dr. Burgos completed her Pediatric Residency at Packard Children’s and during 1999-2000 she was the Chief Resident of Pediatrics.  During residency, she also provided bilingual asthma education to patients.  In addition, she has authored a short children’s book for young patients newly diagnosed with Type I Diabetes.

Dr. Burgos is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Society for Adolescent Medicine and The Society of Innovative Medical Practice Design.  She is married, has three sons, and lives on the Stanford campus.  She enjoys practicing in this personal and patient friendly practice setting.

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