201 N. Lakemont Ave., Ste. 200, Winter Park FL 32792
P: 321-203-4410 

Doc PAM (Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine)

Dr. Pamela Trout knows that “kids are not just small adults.” From the beginning of her career in medicine, she has focused on Pediatrics and meeting the needs of her young patients at every age, and every developmental stage. With DOC PAM (Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine), she is branding a new type of practice.  You might just recognize this old-fashioned style of medicine: the Pediatrician created a medical home that was not constrained by short appointment time-slots or the pressures of productivity. 

Pam Trout’s journey in medicine started in 1993 at the University of Miami. She studied Microbiology and Immunology, graduating Cum Laude.  Then, graduating with Honors from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, she had that “ah-ha” moment in which she realized that Pediatrics was what she was born to do.  Dr. Trout then moved to Orlando to start her career.  She completed her Pediatric Residency Program at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Women and Children.  “See one, do one, teach one” has often been the mantra of young doctors learning the skills to be great. Pam Trout chose the satisfaction of “teaching many” as she stayed  a 4th year to be Chief Resident and Junior Faculty at APH.

In 2006, Dr. Trout went out into the world of outpatient care.  She has experienced both working for a large private practice, as well as in a clinic affiliated with a large children’s hospital.  During this time, Dr. Trout had also developed a niche in working with patients with Eating Disorders.  She earned her certification as a CEDS (Certified Eating Disorder Specialist) in 2014.  In 2015, she decided it was time to embark on a new adventure: private practice.

At Doc PAM Pediatrics, parents feel comfortable with Dr. Trout’s down-to-earth, realistic approach to providing family-centered care. On any given day, she may be helping with homework, reading books in the lobby, putting together puzzles on the floor, “exercising” with her patients, or providing “homework” at check-ups to encourage new healthy habits.  Anyone can say they like kids.  But if you spend a day in her office, you will see love in action.

“You have Brains in your Head. You have Feet in your Shoes. You can steer Yourself Any Direction you Choose!” -Dr. Seuss