Dr. Scott Huitink earned his medical degree from the University of Arkansas College of Medical Sciences (UAMS) and completed his pediatric residency training with the San Antonio Military Medical Center affiliated hospitals. During his time of military service as an Army physician, Dr. Huitink practiced general pediatrics and adolescent medicine in Heidelberg, Germany, served as a Battalion Surgeon with our troops during Operation Iraqi Freedom, and was awarded the Army’s Bronze Star Medal for his service and leadership while deployed.
Following his military service and prior to moving to Tennessee, Dr. Huitink worked as a pediatrician in Waco, Texas, where he also launched an ABA therapy company to meet the needs of children with autism.
Dr. Huitink has a wide array of experience in the care of children from newborns to adolescence and has been instrumental in the education and implementation of clinical standards. He is Board Certified in Pediatrics and is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Scott, and his wife Rachelle, have been a part of Sumner County since 2013 and are actively involved in the community through their church and non-profit organizations they serve with. They have 3 children. Dr. Huitink enjoys the outdoors, reading, and watching college football.
We are excited to welcome Dr. Sarah Mian to VIP MidSouth. She will be seeing patients at Hendersonville and Portland Children’s Clinic.
Dr. Mian is a Michigan native that transplanted to North Carolina, where she completed most of her education. She received a bachelors degree in Biology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her passion for rural medicine and primary care led her to East Carolina University, where she earned her medical degree. With an interest in population-based health, she returned back to UNC Chapel Hill to earn her M…asters in Public Health with a focus on prevention and community health programming. She recently completed her pediatric residency at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. She has loved her experience in Tennessee and is excited to be staying in the community. Throughout her career she has been involved in numerous meaningful experiences working with the Hispanic population both in her community and abroad. She is a Spanish-speaking provider with an interest in health education, quality improvement, and immigrant health.