Westview Pediatric Care was established to fill a void in North Tulsa by providing medical services which are limited in our community. Our medical practice focuses on improving the health and wellbeing of children from birth through adolescence.
We strive to establish a strong personal relationship with each of our families, making us a trusted partner throughout the years to come. Our goal is to increase the accessibility of medical care in an environment that is supportive of child and family wellness.
We look forward to educating parents and children living in Tulsa about health risks present in our community. We want to ensure all children have a place to receive qualified and reliable health care at a reasonable cost.Follow us on facebook
When your child is sick, we will accommodate for them to be seen the same day or the next day at the latest. Whether it is the common cold or a sports injury, we aim to get them feeling well again as soon as possible.
See the symptom checker below for information on some of the most common acute illnesses.
Well Child Exams (routinecheck ups) are done according to the American Academy of Pediatrics schedule for preventive care. During a well child exam your child will receive age appropriate screenings and assessments to monitor growth and development and identify any concerns that can be addressed early to prevent problems in the future.
Select link in the menu that corresponds to you child’s age to fill out the pre-visit well check questionnaire
Immunizations (vaccines) are administered according to the American Academy of Pediatrics vaccination schedule. Please click on vaccine below for more information.
A sports physical exam is known as a preparticipation physical examination (PPE). The exam helps determine whether it’s safe for you to participate in a certain sport. The two main parts to a sports physical are the medical history and the physical exam. A sports physical can help you find out about and deal with health problems that might interfere with your participation in a sport. Our providers provide good training tips and are able to give you some ideas for avoiding injuries. A doctor also can identify risk factors that are linked to specific sports.
A sports physical is a service that is offered for $25 at Westview Pediatric Care
Westview Pediatric Care offers a full array of services to help your child maintain good health. You can read more on this page about some of the specific services that we offer.
Westview Pediatric Care is excited to offer this service to our patients. We have selected the Blomdahl® Medical Ear Piercing System which is only available to physicians. In our office your child will receive professional care from a pediatrician who has been trained in sterile technique and wound management.The Blomdahl® Medical Ear Piercing System uses single-use cassettes which minimize the chance of infection at the piercing site and medical-grade plastic piercing studs which eliminates the risk of nickel allergy. Using this system also eliminates the possibility of patient-to-patient cross-contamination because only the single-use part of the equipment ever comes in contact with the skin at the piercing site. The cost of this service is $35 including the earrings.
Performed by a Licensed Medical Professional
Clean and Sterile
Minimize risk of infection
No risk of nikel allergy
No risk of patient-to-patient cross-contamination
Dr. Whittaker is a native of Seattle, WA with family roots in Oklahoma. She has been practicing in the North Tulsa community since 2003. After graduating with honors from Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA with a degree in Biology in 1993, she attended the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine. Dr. Whittaker graduated from UCSF in 1998 and entered a preliminary residency program for a year at UCSF-Fresno before being accepted to The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine-Tulsa residency program in Pediatrics (2000-2003).
Upon completing Pediatrics residency, Dr. Whittaker became a staff pediatrician at Morton Comprehensive Health Services and remained there until March 2012. She accepted the call to become the Pediatrician and Medical Director of Westview Medical Center’s first ever pediatric clinic, Westview Pediatric Care, in May 2012 and has worked diligently with a dedicated team to see it realized with the opening of its doors November 5, 2012.
Memberships include The American Academy of Pediatrics, The National Medical Association and The American College of Physician Executives.
Dr. Whittaker has a passion for treating children and looks forward to creating a healthier community one child at a time.
Sarah Wulfers, APRN, CPNP˗PC, is a dedicated pediatric provider passionate about assisting families to reach their optimal health. She has a Bachelor’s of Arts in Developmental Psychology from Northeastern State University and a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from the University of Oklahoma ˗Tulsa. Since 2011, she has practiced in Tulsa as a registered nurse at Saint Francis Hospital Newborn Nursery and OU Physicians for the Health @ Work program. In May of 2015, she graduated from the pediatric nurse practitioner program at the University of Oklahoma ˗Tulsa with a Master’s of Science in Nursing. She is a member of the Oklahoma chapter of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, the Association of Oklahoma Nurse Practitioners, and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Sarah joined Westview Pediatric Care in September 2015. She looks forward to continue being an active health care professional in our community and making lasting connections to help further the health of our pediatric patients.
Dr. Ranelle Bracy-Lewis is a practicing child/adolescent psychiatrist and a native Texan born and raised in Houston. She obtained a bachelors of science in biology from Prairie View A&M University in 2009. She then moved to Oklahoma to attend Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa. Upon graduation in 2014, she began training at the University of Oklahoma College of Community Medicine in the General Psychiatry Program, where she also served as chief resident. She then went on to complete her Child/Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship training at The University of Oklahoma College of Community Medicine in June of 2019. Dr. Bracy-Lewis is a Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) Fellow, completed during in her Child/Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship. During her training as a resident and fellow she obtained a diverse working experience by moonlighting at Family & Children Services in their outpatient adult clinic and at the Crisis Care Center from 2015 – 2019. She currently practices at an inpatient mental health hospital for children and adolescents in rural Northeast Oklahoma.
Memberships include National Medical Association. Dr. Bracy-Lewis is currently serving on the board of the Tulsa Osteopathic Medical Society, where she holds the position of Vice President.
Dr. Bracy-Lewis is passionate about improving the social and emotional mental health of children and adolescents in the community of North Tulsa. She is able to draw from her diverse clinical experiences in order to advocate for children, adolescents, and their families. Her approach is holistic, as was her training in medical school. She is focused on the patient’s entire environment including family relationships, academics, and interactions with peers. Dr. Bracy-Lewis is a team player collaborating with therapists, teachers, and families to support each child’s progress, as it takes a village to do so.
A Great Place to Bring Your Children
Westview Pediatrics is a great place to bring your children! This is my first child and they have been here for every “First-time mom” question I’ve had, with open arms. They even give the children books during the visit to keep.Vietta B.