Audrey Rogers, MD

Audrey Rogers, MD
Cook Children's Primary Care 3200 Riverfront Dr Fort Worth, TX 76107

Audrey Rogers, MD

Audrey Rogers, MD practices as a Pediatrician in Fort Worth, TX.She graduated from Univ Of Tx Southwestern Med Ctr At Dallas, Med Sch, Dallas Tx 75235.
Primary Specialty


Gender Female
Education Univ Of Tx Southwestern Med Ctr At Dallas, Med Sch, Dallas Tx 75235
Training Univ Ok Hlth Sci Ctr, Pediatrics
Services Audrey Rogers, MD provides pediatric care at 3200 Riverfront Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76107 in Fort Worth, TX.

Pediatricians provide comprehensive care for infants, children and adolescents. They are able to diagnose and treat illnesses, injuries, conditions and developmental issues.

To learn more, or to make an appointment with Cook Children's Primary Care in Fort Worth, TX, please call (682) 885-2500.
Consumer Feedback
(8 Reviews)
4 star average for Service
4 star average for Environment
3.5 star average for Expertise
2.5 star average for Staff
3 star average for Recommended
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Recent Reviews
If I could give her 100 stars I would! Our son has been in her professional care since he was born and 17 years later he still is. I would not see anyone else no matter what. No only she does her diagnostics but also explains it to us so we understand, is patient and very fun to be around. Yes I would recommend her not just to friend and family but to anyone that needs a pediatric doctor. The parents that gives her bad ratings are typical adult that never listen to professionals not just doctors.
Felt as though this would be a great clinic as most of the practice is a family. Figured it would create better discussion and better medicine as information would share better. I was right they did work better together.
The people are nice and helpful.
The problems I had with Dr. Audrey was that she was not very good at listening to me, Being a behavioral specialist she seemed slow to me to pick up my sons autism

Son had a resistant Stap infection (Large painful puss filled boils which she lanced) and she was insistant we go to and allergist which we did twice. I finally had to insist that I paid her and she either would give me the referal to go to a infectious disease doctor or that I would take my children to a different primary care doctor. Proud to say after seeing the infectious disease doctor children got all better.
Recent Polls
Does the pediatrician get upset when you seek a second opinion?
Not at all. They encouraged second opinions
Is this provider's business conveniently located?
Yes, it is very conveniently located
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