Sean Faris, MD

Pediatric medicine
Patient Rating
5 / 5 (Based on 63 reviews)

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Sean Faris

About me

Philosophy of care

“As a parent of four boys, I know from experience that calm parents are the best medicine for kids. Interacting with kids first, at their level, helps both kids and parents feel comfortable. I involve parents in the care and treatment of their children as much as possible.”

Gender

Male

Hobbies and Personal Interests

Dr. Faris enjoys spending time with his family and coaching youth soccer.

My location

Medical education

Education

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Residency

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Certifications

Board Certifications

Pediatric Medicine

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Reviews

November 1, 2021
We checked in with the receptionist on time and then waited for 45 min. When I checked back with reception it seems our arrival had never been sent to the nurse. 3 weeks earlier, we had waited 30 minutes before being called back to see the doctor. Dr. Faris is amazing but I was very frustrated with the office's inability to respect my time.
October 12, 2021
The check in situation is overwhelming and feels like a business appt instead of a Healthcare appointment. 5 employees standing there feels like walking into a car dealership. The use of kiosks and amount of kiosks feels extremely impersonal. The entrance feel/check in process made us almost decide this facility was not for us. Because we really valued Dr Faris, we are willing to give it another try.
October 7, 2021
Dr Sean Faris is invaluable to ProHealth Care. His reputation among local mom groups is impeccable and he comes extremely highly recommended via social media platforms. Word of mouth and peer input is highly valued amongst new moms and young families that are still finding their way in the parenting world. The fact he is so highly regarded speaks volumes of his character and quality of care. The knowledge and peace of mind he gives new moms in the struggle of postpartum and early parenthood is literally life-changing. His bedside manner is outstanding and he genuinely cares for it only his patients, but their family as well. All of that to say: the office and support staff are horrendous. The system that is used to screen calls and get information back to parents has failed me and many of my peers on numerous occasions. I don't know if the breakdown comes from his immediate nurses and aids or if it begins further up-front with scheduling and CSRs. But every time I call for something I (and many many of the people I speak with) are met with judgment, negative attitude, and all around unhelpfulness. Personally, I have called to get lab results (critical draw of a bilirubin for my newborn daughter) and was not told until nearly 24 hours later that my lab results were LOST. When Dr Faris finally was notified, he stepped in and stood up for me and my daughter's wellbeing. I honestly don't know what would have happened had he not been there for our family. I believe the lab now has new protocols when handling Bilirubin draws for infants after our experience. I understand that mistakes do happen, but my problem was that EVERY time I called to follow up, my questions were dismissed by the person who answered the phone. It was a fight to even get transferred back to speak to anyone that worked directly with Dr Faris (I was told simply "no" on more than one occasion, and hung up on once). All I wanted was to speak to someone who had been involved in my child's care, to know what I needed to do next. There is just no excuse for that behavior. Putting that incident aside, I called another time to inquire about making an appt for my child whom I thought may have a bladder infection/UTI (fever, pain while urinating, general malaise) and was just NEVER CONTACTED back. After 12+ hours of no contact (and trying to call back to follow up and being brushed off yet again) I took my child to an Aurora facility, where they happily treated him in a timely manner. The very common thread found: Is Dr Faris alone worth the headache and ineptitude of the staff around him? The answer among so many parents like me: so far, still yes. But ProHealth needs to support Dr Faris and their other valued physicians with the staffing and resources to be successful.
September 29, 2021
Great experience!
September 28, 2021
Without a doubt I would recommend Dr. Faris, and I have. He's great with my daughter AND with me. He's patient, kind, and thorough. He's also a great listener. My only wish is that he would treat adults - because I'd be happy if I could choose him as my doctor.
September 27, 2021
We continue to see Dr. Faris because he has a high standard of excellence when it comes to caring for his patients.
August 31, 2021
We love Dr. Faris! He is so kind & always tells us we are doing a great job. Very informative as well!
August 30, 2021
Dr. Faris is kind and knowledgeable. My husband raved about how great he was at the last appointment. Dr. Faris is A+ and I'm happy he'll be our son's pediatrician for a long time.
August 16, 2021
Needed an "emergency" appointment for physical and Dr Faris was willing to let us use one of his "last minute health crisis" appointments so that we could have the form necessary to start tryouts. It was truly appreciated.
August 11, 2021
Dr. Faris is AMAZING
August 3, 2021
Everything is always great - the only neg. is that the wait is always very long to see the doctor.
August 2, 2021
We always enjoy seeing Dr. Faris, he's so helpful, honest & personally.
July 20, 2021
Dr. Faris is amazing! We look forward to our visits with him. He is very sympathetic and knowledgeable. He really makes us feel comfortable and we love how he takes his time to explain things to us. I know he truly cares about the health and safety of our son.
April 26, 2021
we had a great experience with Dr.Faris. Unfortunately we waited an hour in the room before the doctor saw us, overall we have no other complaints!
April 16, 2021
Love our provider but the wait times are getting very long. Especially when you have a baby. They get tired and hungry and it makes things miserable. From checking in (there 10 min early, through our appointment (spent most of the time waiting to be seen), until we checked out and made our next appointment was 1.5 hours. That is a very long time.
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