I absolutely LOVE Cedar Park Pediatrics. My experiences there have been completely different than what "Momtoks" wrote. Dr. Cohen is so wonderful, and truly makes me feel like his most important patient (like the other mom wrote). When I had my daughter 3 years ago, I went to a different pediatrician, who didn't come to the hospital when she was born, and who was very indifferent (to the point of being rude) to us. When she was 2 months old, I switched to Dr. Cohen, and he was a Godsend!!! This man is so smart, yet also HILARIOUS. Seriously, I have laughed out loud at every appointment. I am so glad I switched. I really like Margarita, his main nurse, and more importantly, my daughter likes her! We just got her flu shot (she will be 3 in 2 months) and she didn't even cry b/c of how calm and sweet this nurse is. Dr. Cohen has never been rushed with us. He is a bit energetic (like he has had coffee), but that is why I like him, because he is engaged with us and doesn't seem bored. Still, he always spends a lot of time with us. We just had our second child in June, and our experience with Dr. Cohen was perfect. He came to the hospital EVERY DAY after he was born. He came in our hospital room the day after we had him and talked to us for a really long time. Even though this was our second baby, we had a lot of questions. I don't know if this is normal routine for pediatricians, but we felt like royalty. While we were in the hospital room, I remember him sitting on the couch and saying, "I feel like we barely know each other. Let's talk" to my husband and me. He made us feel so comfortable. We were worried about jaundice (my daughter had it and the other pediatrician didn't catch it in time, sending us to the NICU), so Dr. Cohen was very careful to make sure my son got to stay in the hospital an extra day, and checked his bilirubin levels thoroughly. I had decided not to breastfeed b/c of a bad experience last time breastfeeding, and he was actually trying to encourage me to breastfeed (contrary to what the other mom said.) He is definitely very pro-breastfeeding. I have seen his nurse practitioners a few times, but they are always really good. (Although not as good as he is!) Oh-another reason he is awesome is that a few days after I had my son, I was getting weepy in his office, and he took the time to discuss my feelings and postpartum depression (Which I had). My other pediatrician said nothing when I cried in his office multiple times. I am so thankful for Dr. Cohen. His office is unassuming (it is in a shopping center, so I was kinda worried it would be sub-par), but don't let that fool you. My only "bad" experience I have had with this office was that one time I called with a medical question and it took a bit too long for the office staff to respond, I thought. Perhaps they were just overloaded with calls during that time. Still, I love this place, and I recommend it to everyone!