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Sandra Mathur D.O.

Sandra Mathur D.O.

(909) 860-1144
Primary Specialties
  • Pediatrics
     (Board Certified)
  • Affiliations
    St. Jude Heritage Medical Group
    Primary Office
    1514 S. Valley Vista Dr.
    Diamond Bar, CA 91765
    Fax:
    (909) 860-8307
    Web Page:
    www.sjhmg.com

    Experience & Education

    Education
    Medical School:
    Western University of Health Sciences - Pomona, CA

    Internship:
    Children's Hospital - Los Angeles, CA

    Residency:
    Children's Hospital - Los Angeles, CA

    Insurance Information

    Insurance ID Numbers

    Aetna: 385088
    Blue Cross: 0RD120
    Blue Shield: 020A69050
    CIGNA: 7089118005

    CIGNA Select (SJH): 7089118006
    Health Net: 3205072488
    United Healthcare ( Pacificare / Secure Horizons): 183420099

    Physician Bio

    Parents quickly realize that I am passionate about what I do: being a pediatrician has been my dream since I was 3 years old. I am completely committed to each child’s health and well-being, and care for my patients as if they were my own. If there is a problem, I will do everything in my power to fix it.

    I believe that being a mom of three children, ages 6, 11 and 15, helps make me a better pediatrician. I understand the concerns, fears and pressures that parents face. What seems like a small issue to others, can seem exponentially bigger in a parent’s eyes: education and reassurance can sometimes be as important as a prescription. Although clinical skills are essential, the ability to listen carefully is often almost as vital. I love getting to know my patients and their families so that we have a strong relationship based on trust.

    I’m a huge fan of thinking outside the box and teaching kids not only the importance of nutrition and exercise, but helping girls grow up with confidence and helping boys grow up to be gentlemen. I am not a fan of constantly pushing kids to reach developmental milestones early—sometimes we need to remember to let children just be children.

    As a doctor, one of the best moments is when a new patient says they’ve chosen you to be their child’s pediatrician because they’ve heard that you really care.

    Areas of Interest

    General pediatrics, newborn to 18 years old: Bronchitis, Circumcision, Constipation, Nutrition/Diet