Seton Family of Doctors

D. Dyer Heintz, MD

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D. Dyer Heintz, MD

Dr. Heintz lives in the Austin area with his wife, a pediatric dietitian, and his three children.

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  • Gastroenterology (Pediatric)

Hospital Affiliation

  • Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas
  • Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas
  • Seton Medical Center Austin
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Provides Care Through

  • Specially for Children

Services I Provide

  1. Pediatric Gastroenterology
  2. Pediatric Liver Disease
  3. Pediatric Pancreatic Disorders
  4. Pediatric GI Tract Health
  5. Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  6. Advanced Endoscopic GI Procedures

Degree & Residency

  • Medical School

    University of Texas Medical School at Houston, Houston, TX

  • Residency

    UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX

  • Fellowship

    UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX

  • Board Certification

    American Board of Pediatrics

    AB of Pediatrics, Pediatric Gastroenterology

My Clinical Focus

I am a general pediatric gastroenterologist taking care of a wide array of diseases of the liver, pancreas and GI tract. My research as a fellow focused on inflammatory bowel disease and advanced endoscopic procedures.

Why Choose Pediatric Care with Seton

We believe in showing dignity and respect to every person we serve, and that includes our littlest patients too. It's part of what we call Humancare: delivering the best possible healthcare for humans, big or small.

Our pediatric care team includes board-certified pediatric specialists, skilled nurses and other health providers who handle complex medical and neurological issues as well as health concerns as simple as vaccinations. Seton also maintains a strong presence in schools and programs throughout the surrounding communities to bring healthcare to the kids and families who need it the most.

We offer a range of health services to keep your kids healthy, from making it easier to schedule clinical visits for everyday illnesses to planning in-hospital playtime and other innovative ways to connect with children.

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