Important Update

We are heading into another month of the "spring break that never ends" and we hope you are all staying safe and healthy.  We are working to come up with solutions to keep our patients safe and vaccinated.  As the community begins to open up, we have some policy updates we would like to share;

1. We require every caregiver and patient age 2 and above to wear a face mask covering both mouth and nose.

2. We ask that you keep siblings and any immunocompromised caregivers at home as much as possible.

3. We will continue to disinfect all surfaces in the rooms between each patient and will keep hallway doors propped open.

4. We will continue to see only well visits and sports physicals in the morning and will be spacing visits apart to minimize contact between families.  We can only see your well child if he or she does NOT have a fever, cough, diarrhea, body aches or new rash.  If your child is ill, please call the office ahead of time to reschedule your well visit.

5. We will now start seeing sick patients in the office in the afternoon while wearing full protective gear.  We will continue telemedicine visits as well.  Well child visits cannot be done via telemedicine but you are welcome to schedule a telemedicine visit to discuss development, feeding, and any other questions you may have.

6. We have designated the lobby restrooms for use by sick patients and the bathroom across from our triage room for well patients.  We will have signs posted to remind all of this.

We appreciate all of your patience and grace as we navigate this challenging time.  Please call with any questions.

  • Dr.
    Sonja Stevenson

    Dr. Stevenson was raised in the East Valley and is proud to call Arizona home. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Arizona, magna cum laude, in 1992, and her Doctor of Medicine from the University of Arizona in 1996. She completed her residency at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, and has been in private practice since that time.  She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.  She is married with 2 sons, and enjoys reading, scrapbooking, hiking and watching her boys play soccer and hockey.

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  • Dr.
    Alison Wilcock

    Dr. Alison Wilcock is a board certified pediatrician who has been providing excellent medical care in Gilbert for over seven years. She enjoys seeing children from birth to graduation and is devoted to meeting the needs of each individual child. She has three young children and enjoys running and hiking.

    Dr. Wilcock has served on the Board of Directors for the American Academy  of Pediatrics Arizona Chapter and provided medical care to underserved children at the Chandler Care Center. She received her bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering and her medical training from Texas A&M University.  She completed her residency at Phoenix Children's Hospital where she concentrated on comprehensive clinical care.  She looks forward to meeting your family.

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  • Dr.
    Maggie Keane
    Office Manager

    Dr. Maggie Keane has lived in the valley for over 10 years now, but is originally from Minnesota. She received both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. It was at Creighton that she was privileged to spend two summers providing health care to the incredible people of the Dominican Republic. This is where she found her passion for serving others. Dr. Keane and her husband then decided to make the move out west, to complete her residency in general pediatrics at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Since finishing her training she has practiced in the east valley. She loves kids and developing friendships with the families she has served throughout the past 7 years.  She recently received the honor of Phoenix Top Doctor.  

    Dr. Keane lives in Phoenix with her husband and they are blessed with four young boys! She enjoys traveling with her family, reading, running, crafts, and volunteering. She feels honored to be able to serve the sweet families of the east valley.

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    "My family has been fortunate enough to be under the care of Dr.’s Alison Wilcock and Sonja Stevenson for the past 10 years. Having a large foster and adopted family (13 children) where placements come and go on a regular basis, it has been crucial to have attentive medical providers who make my family a priority. Since many of my children have special needs, I know personally that they have worked us into their busy schedule, skipped lunch, and called after hours. They have trusted my parental experience, supported suggestions I have made for my children, offered a listening ear during some challenging times and worked with me as a team to meet the medical needs of my family. I don’t know where I could receive better care than I have with Dr. Wilcock and Dr. Stevenson ."