Seasons Pediatrics has over 100 years of combined medical experience and work closely with the community in providing expert pediatric care to patients of Rexburg and the Upper Valley area. Our Pediatric Providers are Gene Gates, MD, Jason Hymas, MD, Mark Hammar, PA-C, and Gary Sena, PA-C.
Our Pediatricians take time to work one-on-one with families to ensure children get complete, comprehensive care. Parents are always included in the process, and can rest assured that we will be available 24 hours a day for your children.
Finding a healthcare provider equally matched to the health challenges children face can seem overwhelming, however, with a Board Certified Pediatrician parents can experience greater peace of mind when it comes to caring for their children’s physical, mental, and emotional health needs.
This training and development centers on the treatment of childhood illnesses and diseases, but also on prevention and early detection methods as well as behavioral, developmental, and functional social problems children face as they grow from infancy to adulthood.
With this training, pediatricians are in a rare position in offering complete anticipatory guidance to parents about the health and well-being of their children. Navigating the challenges of infectious diseases, healthy lifestyles, and other acute or chronic conditions children face can be overwhelming, but with the expertise of a pediatrician it doesn’t have to be that way.
During the first year of a child’s life parents will visit with their pediatrician more frequently than at other times. An infant’s first exam will happen shortly after they are born, with monthly visits up until the child’s first birthday. Having said that, frequency of visits may change based upon a child’s individual health needs.
At Seasons Pediatrics we have over 100 years of combined specialized experience between five of the only licensed pediatricians in Madison County. Our providers come from many different backgrounds and have exceptional experience in treating infectious diseases, promoting healthy lifestyles, and managing acute and chronic conditions for our youth.
ADHD can greatly affect a child’s academic achievement, well-being, and social interactions.
Chronic illnesses stem from genetic conditions and/or environmental factors and have longterm impacts.
Children’s dietary and nutritional needs change as they grow.
Infant care focuses on maintenance and improvement of physical and developmental needs in infants.
Sports Physicals promote the health and safety of young athletes in training and competition.
Identifying allergies early on can make a significant impact to improving your child’s quality of life.
Our providers study your child’s medical history and symptoms to come to a correct diagnosis.
A large majority of school-aged children struggle with vision problems and hearing impairments.
Tests performed to diagnose or monitor diseases and determine a proper course of treatment.
Undiagnosed these disabilities can interfere with a child’s ability to learn.
The most frequent types of sports injuries in the United States are sprains, strains, and stress fractures.
Our providers will check your child’s growth and development in order to find or prevent problems.