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Dr. Kimberly Rosdeutscher

Dr-Ros-headshot.jpgDr. Kimberly Rosdeutscher cannot recall a time that she did not want to be a pediatrician. Working with children and their parents is the most rewarding practice she can imagine. She feels so fortunate to be able to live this dream. Dr. Rosdeutscher grew up in Lexington, Tennessee which is about 100 miles west of Nashville. She met her husband, John David, while in college at Vanderbilt. After college, she decided to pursue research interests in pediatrics at Vanderbilt. They were married in 1992 and moved to Cincinnati, OH. She attended medical school at the University of Cincinnati. She completed her residency at Children's Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati in 1997.

Dr. Rosdeutscher is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a member of the Tennessee chapter of the American Medical Association and the Cumberland Pediatric Foundation.

In 1998, Dr. Rosdeutscher's husband completed his residency in plastic surgery and they moved back to Nashville. She joined Children's Medical Group in 1998 and she could not be happier. She has two sons, the oldest born in 1997 and the "baby" born in 2002. They continue to teach her how much she still has to learn about pediatrics.

Dr. Elizabeth H. Fairbank

Dr-Faribank-headshot.jpgDr. Elizabeth Heather Fairbank spent her childhood in San Diego, California. Her parents were an important influence in her life and supported her desire to work with children and practice medicine. Dr. Fairbank completed her pediatric residency and internship at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her experiences there prepared her in a wide variety of medical challenges.

Dr. Fairbank is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics. She is a member of the Perinatal Risk Committee at Summit Medical Center, the Tennessee chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the Cumberland Pediatric Foundation.

As a medical student at New York Medical College, Dr. Fairbank met her future husband, Rusty. They were married in 1997. Their oldest daughter, Grace, was born in 2000. Their son, Thomas, was born in 2002, their daughter, Julia was born in 2006 and their youngest, Lauren was born in 2009. Motherhood has been wonderful and has taught her many of the practical aspects of pediatrics. In her free time Dr. Fairbank enjoys running, cooking and soccer.

Dr. Fairbank and her family moved to Nashville to be near family. She believes it is a privilege to care for children in such a wonderful and friendly city.

Dr. Elizabeth Randolph

Dr-Randolph.jpgDr. Elizabeth Randolph was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee where she met her now husband, JW Randolph. She grew up with two physician parents, and a pediatrician grandmother who practiced medicine until she was 88 years old. She had the privilege of working with her grandmother in her Chattanooga office during the summer, and her desire to care for children grew.

She completed her undergraduate education and medical school at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. At the end of her time in Charlottesville, she had her first daughter in 2011. Dr. Randolph then moved to Nashville to begin her residency at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. In 2013, she had her second daughter

Dr. Randolph is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a member of the Tennessee chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Tennessee Medical Association, and the Cumberland Pediatric Foundation.

Dr. Randolph and her family have enjoyed their time in Nashville for the past few years. They enjoy local activities such as the Full Moon Picking Party, the various farmers markets, and hikes at Radnor Lake and Percy Warner Park. Dr. Randolph is a runner and loves to run marathons and do triathlons in her free time. She and her family feel very blessed to be here, and are excited for the coming years in Nashville.

Dr. Rachel "Vicky" Phillips

Dr Phillips Dr. Vicky Phillips was born and raised in Vicksburg, Mississippi with four siblings.  Growing up, gymnastics was a big part of her life, reaching Level 9.  After retiring from the sport at age 15, she had the opportunity to teach other young gymnasts as well as work with the National Cheerleaders Association teaching cheerleading camps.   It is through these experiences that she discovered her love for working with children.

 Dr. Phillips attended the University of Alabama (Roll Tide!) for her undergraduate degree in Biology. She returned to Mississippi and attended the University of Mississippi Medical Center for medical school.  She then completed her residency in pediatrics at Vanderbilt University in 2017.

 International medicine and infectious diseases are both passions of Dr. Phillips. Her first medical mission was to Haiti in June 2014. She then worked as an attending in pediatrics at AIC Kijabe Hospital in Kenya for a month in both 2016 and 2017.  During residency, she participated in research in group B strep infections in infants.

 Dr. Phillips is board eligible in Pediatrics. She is a member of the Tennessee chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Cumberland Pediatric Foundation.

 In her free time, Dr. Phillips enjoys hiking with her dog Angie, doing yoga, running, cooking, traveling, and of course attending Alabama football games. She has thoroughly enjoyed the last few years in Nashville and looks forward to many years to come.