"From an early age, I knew I wanted to work with children," said Sandra Antonovic, MD. "I love watching children and families grow. It's an honor to develop those long-term relationships."
As a pediatrician, Dr. Antonovic believes it's important to not only treat and prevent illness, but to educate patients and their families so they can work as a team. "Medicine is a rapidly changing field," says Dr. Antonovic. "It's important for me to continue learning and sharing this information with families."
After earning her medical degree from the Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California, Dr. Antonovic completed her internship and residency at Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
Dr. Antonovic was born in Croatia. In her free time, she enjoys photography, cooking and exploring the Northwest outdoors with her husband and three children.
Dr. Antonovic clearly had reviewed my child's record. She gave thoughtful advice and made a follow-up plan to be sure the treatment works. Terrific!Providence Patient
Always a good experienceProvidence Patient
Great exp.Providence Patient
We don't often come in, but when we do - getting an appointment scheduled does not seem to be a problem. I really like the way the doctor talks to my child, explain things in ways that he understand, talks directly to him and involves him in the conversation. We sometimes have to wait a bit, but our time never feels rushed - so that feels really nice.Providence Patient
Dr. Antonovic went out of her way to care for my child by squeezing us into her day full of appointments. She offers excellent care and took the time to answer many of my 6 year old's silly questions.Providence Patient
THe Doctor lectured me the whole time. Barely asked any question. Wasnt caring.Providence Patient
We had an overall good visit with Dr. Antonovic however our child is still struggling with severe abdominal pain, emailing the staff after the visit to get advise for pain relief was frustrating because we were told to go to the pediatric GI specialist (he also sent us back to Dr. Antonovic). So in short, we felt that both MD were passing the batons (so to speak).Providence Patient