Since Dr. Rick Glover established this pediatric practice in 1996, it
has grown and changed quite a bit. In 2002 a new name was adopted, Children's
Faith Pediatrics. This name reflects a new vision and approach to the
practice, recognizing our need for an unquestioning, child-like faith
in God. In early 2001 Dr. Glover was involved in a mission project in
which an infant from Belize, Central America came to Knoxville at 13 days
old for removal of a large, life-threatening tumor. Although she died
after the operation at just 19 days old, God used baby Faith to touch
many hearts and change many lives. To honor baby Faith and all the other
precious children we have cared for, we renamed our practice Children's
Children's Faith Pediatrics Logo
We hope you will be reminded of your need for child-like faith in God
each time we use this name. Our logo represents the fresh new beginning
we receive as a blessing each day as the sun rises because of the empty
cross at the top of the mountain. Our prayer is that we help your child
with their medical needs while encouraging your family to draw closer
to the Great Physician, Jesus himself.
Children's Faith Pediatrics Staff
Children's Faith Pediatrics accepts most insurance plans. If you have
a question regarding billing or coverage, please contact our office during
business hours and we will be happy to provide you with additional information.
Regardless of coverage, all parents are ultimately responsible for bills incurred.
When God wants an important thing done in this world or a wrong righted,
He goes about it in a very singular way.
He doesn't release thunderbolts or stir up earthquakes.
God simply has a tiny baby born, perhaps of a very humble home,perhaps
of a very humble mother.
And God puts the idea of purpose into the mother's heart.
And she puts it into the baby's mind and then...
The great events of this world are not battles and elections, and earthquakes
The great events are babies, for each comes with a message that God is
not yet discouraged with humanity, but is still expecting goodwill to
come incarnate in each human life.
- Unknown Author