Brandi Reeve-Iverson M.D.

Department(s):

My Medical Specialty: Pediatrics
Speaks: English

Board Certification

Pediatrics

Medical School: University of Nebraska Medical Center Residency: UNMC/Creighton Department of Pediatrics

About

My name is Brandi Reeve-Iverson and I’m a pediatrician at Children’s Physicians at the Bellevue location.

I’d been interested in being a pediatrician since I was about 4 years old. I’ve always known I wanted to be a pediatrician and take care of kids.

I love taking care of kids from the time they’re born until they’re teenagers and everywhere in between. I take care of the parents just about as much as I take care of the kids — just not in a physical capacity — more in an emotional capacity. I just love being involved in their lives when they’re sick, when they’re well, and just encompassing the whole family in all of our visits.

I always like to laugh and have fun. My nurses always tease me that they can hear me outside the room because I’m loud and rambunctious. I think going to the doctor should be a fun experience — even when you’re sick — as much as it can be.

I always describe myself in all my meet and greets that I’m a mom first and a doctor second. I have three kids that I take care of at home. And I hope that my patients feel like their kids are an extension of my family. That’s really what I hope and strive for in my practice: I want to treat everybody’s kids like I would want somebody to treat my own kids.

The best advice I have is to not sweat the small stuff. I always tell my new parents, especially, that if I’m not upset about something or if I’m not getting worked up about something, then please don’t get worked up about it. Because if I’m worried about something, I will tell you. So, if you’re worried about something, just tell me so we can work through it. Because if I’m not, then I don’t want you to be either.

This Provider Practices at:

Children's Physicians, Bellevue
4802 Shannon Dr.
Bellevue, NE 68133

402-955-7600
Fax: 402-955-7601

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