About Dr. Westbrook
Dr. September Westbrook joined the All for Kids Pediatric Clinic in March of 2000. She completed her undergraduate studies at Harding University. After graduating from the University of Arkansas College of Medicine in 1991 she completed her residency in Pediatrics at Arkansas Children’s Hospital, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Dr. Westbrook is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics. She is a Fellow of the American College of Pediatricians. She is a member of American Medical Association and the Pulaski County Medical Society.
Dr. Westbrook is a general pediatrician and is interested in all aspects of child development, well child visits, learning problems, childhood allergies and illnesses.
Dr. Westbrook is married to John Crabtree. They have 2 children, Haven and Bronson, who both attend Harding University. She and her husband are learning to enjoy the “empty nest”. She loves to travel, walk the trails of Two Rivers Park and spend time with the activities of Chenal Valley Church.
Dr. Westbrook’s Practice Philosophy:
I chose the field of Pediatrics because I love watching children grow through all the various stages and in the process, get to know the whole family. It’s even more fun now as I see my patients becoming new parents and bringing their babies to see me. My career has been very rewarding and I am still glad I went into this field. I try to treat every family as if they were my own. This is the best care I can possibly give. I learn new things every day, so I’m thankful for the daily challenges. Most of all, I am thankful for all of my patients and the relationships we have formed.
- Named Best Pediatrician by the Maumelle News.
- Name one of the Best Pediatricians in the state by Arkansas Times, 2009
- Best of Central Arkansas – Top Pediatrician – 2013, 2014 Arkansas Democrat Gazette
- AY Magazine – one of best pediatricians 2015