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I'm continuously inspired by the energy and resilience of children, and the love of parents.


Dr. David Reuter studied liberal arts at St. Andrews University in Scotland, engineering at Purdue University, and received his PhD in bioengineering, before attending medical school at Indiana University. He completed his pediatric residency at Pittsburgh Children's Hospital. Dr. Reuter worked at Seattle Children's Hospital in the emergency department for 15 years before joining our practice in the fall of 2014.

Dr. Reuter is an advocate for improving the lives of children. When he lost a patient to heart disease, he worked for a decade to develop a cardiac implant for patients with heart failure. Dr. Reuter is currently spearheading a clinical trial in collaboration with PATH and Seattle Children's to solve preeclampsia (pregnancy-associated hypertension). He loves caring for kids, and feels that partnering with families to help children reach their full potential is a tremendous and rewarding privilege.

Married with two children, Dr. Reuter enjoys spending time with his family – playing with trains and Legos, reading books, riding bikes, and taking family hikes. In his spare time he enjoys riding his bike around the Northwest and going for long walks.

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  • Undergraduate: Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (Engineering) and St. Andrews University in Scotland (Liberal Arts)
  • Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine
  • Residency: Pittsburgh Children's Hospital
  • Other: PhD in Bioengineering, Purdue University

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Strategies to Care for Our Mental Health

Dr. Reuter offers tips for parents on identifying mental health triggers in teens and equipping them with the tools that ensure a sense of calm and security.


Preparing your Child to Learn and Thrive

Sleep hygiene and screen time limits are two areas that may need a reset before children return to the classroom. Find out how to prepare your child to learn and thrive.


Preventing Preeclampsia

Preventing premature birth is the first step in the health and development of your child's journey. One way to prevent premature birth is by taking steps to prevent preeclampsia in the mother.


Are picky eaters seeking comfort food?

Dr. Reuter's new blog post helps parents understand their child's picky eating habits.