Dr. Hala Abouelmagd is a board-certified pediatrician and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She completed her medical degree at Cairo University School of Medicine in 1987 and went on to complete her residency training at Cairo University hospital and Algalaa Maternity Teaching Hospital in Cairo, Egypt. Dr. Abouelmagd had the opportunity to travel to Africa (Zimbabwe) where she lived and practiced pediatrics for almost nine years. Dr. Abouelmagd moved to the United States in 2001, where she completed another pediatric residency program at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. She later joined the office of Merchant Pediatrics for five years. Dr. Abouelmagd is the founder of Tots & Teens Pediatrics and would like to bring her many years of experience to serve the community of St. Cloud, Kissimmee, and the surrounding Orlando area.
“I believe Medicine is a noble profession, and I am privileged to be a pediatrician. Parents and families trust us with their most valuable possessions: their children. Children are the future and hope of any society. They have the right to live healthy and happy lives, and it is our duty as pediatricians to ensure that this task is accomplished. The smile on a child’s face is priceless, and my goal is to keep it there.”
Dr. Cuevas studied Pre Medicine at the University of the Sacred Heart in Puerto Rico. He studied Medicine in Autonomous University of Guadalajara, Mexico where he graduated in 1986. Internship in Hospital Hermanos Meléndez in Puerto Rico. Completed residency program in Pediatrics in the year 1993 in San Juan City Hospital, Puerto Rico Medical Center. Had a solo practice for 10 years in Bayamon Medical Center, Bayamón, PR.
Dr. Cuevas worked in critical care for 13 years. His extensive experience includes; Endotracheal Intubation, Chest tube Placement, Mechanical Ventilators/Oscillators and Central Vessels placement. Dr. Cuevas sees our patients at our 1521 East Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, St. Cloud, FL location.
Our pediatricians are knowledgeable and experienced. They work to treat a variety of ailments that routinely affect children, and answers any questions parents may have.