Panda Pediatrics

We exist to provide quality and compassionate health care to all children & adolescents in Lawrence and surrounding areas – focusing on integrated, patient-centered care.

As part of the Heartland Community Health Center Family, Panda Pediatrics accepts all patients regardless of income or insurance status.

We’re there when you need us, we have a physician on call 24-hours-a-day and a nurse triage line for all of your questions.

Heartland @ Panda Pediatrics


Panda Pediatrics


Primary Care

Our pediatricians provide high quality primary care from infancy to adolescence – evaluating physical, mental, emotional and social development

Pediatric Dentistry

  • Dental and oral health care including cleaning, x-rays, fluoride, fillings, sealants, and extractions


Mental & Behavioral Health

  • Mental and behavioral health services such as treatment of anxiety, depression, ADHD, and more, as part of a whole-person treatment plan


Pharmacy & Medication Assistance


Healthy Futures

  • Community-based program that brings free comprehensive dental care to area schools


A Compass Project

  • Insurance eligibility assistance

Integrated Care at Heartland

Patients of Panda Pediatrics, along with their entire family, get access to Heartland’s full-service Health Center.

Family Medicine, Mental & Behavioral Health, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Medicaid/Medicare Assistance,  Care Cupboard Food Pantry, and more at Heartland Community Health Center

Walk-In Clinic

Open every week day, Panda Pediatrics is the only walk-in clinic specializing exclusively in pediatric care in Lawrence. 

Established patients can visit the walk-in clinic for non-emergent sick symptoms such as: ear infections, fever, cough, respiratory symptoms, vomiting and diarrhea.

The walk-in clinic is located at 1803 W 6th Street and is open to patients from 8am – 10am Monday – Friday.

On-Call and After Hours Service

After hours, patients can take advantage of our on-call service by calling  (785-842-4477)After calling, you will be directed to the On-Call Physician or, in some instances, the Children’s Mercy Hospital Nurse Triage line. 

The CMH triage nurses are pediatric nurses with extensive training who will help answer your questions, or direct you to an after hours provider, should your child require one immediately. 


Panda Pediatrics waiting room

Pediatricians and Providers

Dr. Whitney Heartland Health @ Panda Pediatrics

Dr. Whitney

Pediatric MD

Dr. Kelley Heartland Health @ Panda Pediatrics

Dr. Kelley

Pediatric MD

Accepting New Patients

Dr. Poull Heartland Health @ Panda Pediatrics

Dr. Poull

Pediatric MD

Accepting New Patients

Maggie Williams Provider

Maggie Williams

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Accepting New Patients

Dr. Goodnight Heartland Health @ Panda Pediatrics

Dr. Goodnight

Pediatric MD

Dr. Rundquist Heartland Health @ Panda Pediatrics

Dr. Rundquist

Pediatric MD

Accepting New Patients

Dr. Vandervelde

Dr. VanderVelde

Pediatric MD

Accepting New Patients

Cindy Mast

Cindy Mast

Pediatric Physician Assistant

Accepting New Patients

Heartland Patient Care Team

Medical Resources

Access links to important pediatric health and wellness information below. Resources include symptom checker from American Academy of Pediatrics, Car Seat Safety tips from The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and more.  


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Our practice has won the “Best of Lawrence” community vote since 2013. We are also a 5-star Kansas Breastfeeding Friendly Practice.

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