Alana Adair, MD
Dr. Adair is a native of Southern California where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Chapman College. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in 1979 and completed her internship and residency in Pediatrics at Childrens Hospital of Oklahoma. She was then selected to be a Chief Resident in Pediatrics, and served in that capacity the following year, before starting private practice with Northwest Pediatrics in 1983. She and her husband Robert, a dentist, have a grown son and daughter, and a teenager still at home. They are active in their church and enjoy traveling.
Carla Hardzog-Britt, MD
Dr. Hardzog-Britt graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Microbiology. She then completed medical school at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. Her pediatric residency was performed at the Children's Hospital of Oklahoma, where she was chosen to serve as Chief Resident. Upon completion of her residency she joined Northwest Pediatrics in 1991. She and her husband have three wonderful children. Her hobbies include traveling, gardening, and being head cheerleader for her kid's athletic endeavors.
Andrea Key, MD
Dr. Key has been with Northwest Pediatrics for the past eleven years. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Oral Roberts University and was a graduate with honors from University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. She completed her internship and residency at the Children's Hospital of Oklahoma. Dr. Key continues to enjoy her active practice, caring for children and fostering life-long relationships with the greatest of families. She enjoys cooking with locally sourced and sustainable foods, green gardening, playing piano, reading, snow skiing, white water rafting, horseback riding, camping, and the occasional bungee trampoline and zipline. She most especially enjoys these activities with her husband and thirteen year old daughter, as well as watching her daughter's active sports life.
Steven Krause, MD
Dr. Krause graduated from the University of Missouri and completed medical school at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. His pediatric interniship and residency was performed at Children's Hospital of Oklahoma, where he was chosen to serve as Chief Resident. His medical highlights include Chief of Pediatrics at Mercy Health Center, Clinical Consultant Children's Crisis Center, Clinical Director at Project Bethlehem for the Homeless and Clinical Instructor at Children's Hospital of Oklahoma. Dr. Krause has been in general pediatric practice since 1981. His current pastimes include reading, listening to music, cooking, fly fishing, camping, watching college basketball and running.
Tony Leveridge, MD
Dr. Leveridge grew up in Oklahoma City. He attended the University of Oklahoma as a mathematics major. He completed medical school at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, and completed his pediatric residency at Children's Hospital of Oklahoma. Prior to joining Northwest Pediatrics in 1993, Dr. Leveridge practiced for ten years at the Oklahoma City Clinic, where he served as chair of the Pediatrics department. He has served as Chief of Pediatrics at Mercy Health Center. Currently he is a clinical instructor for Children's Hospital of Oklahoma and is a member of the admissions board of the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. Dr. Leveridge and his wife have four adult children and six amazing grandchildren.
Larissa Madore, MD
Dr. Madore has been working at Northwest Pediatrics since the summer of 2009. She completed her pediatric residency at The Children' s Hospital of Oklahoma in June 2009, and graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in May 2006. Prior to medical school, Dr. Madore spent 2 years doing some basic science research at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She received her undergraduate education at Boston University, where she earned a BA in History in May 2000. Dr. Madore has a special interest medical education, and spends some of her time teaching pediatric residents. Her favorite activities are going to the park with her kids and watching college sports. She is from Oklahoma, and lives in Oklahoma City with her husband and three delightful children.
Mike Vincent, MD
Dr. Vincent grew up in rural northwestern Oklahoma. He attended medical school at the OU Health Sciences Center. He did his pediatric specialty training at Children's Hospital of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City, followed by a year as chief resident. He has been in practice with Northwest Pediatrics since its inception.
He has lifetime board certification by the American Board of Pediatrics and also voluntarily participates in the board's Maintenance of Certification. He is also certified in Pediatric Advanced Life Support.
"I count it a privilege to partner with parents in the education of the health and well being of children." In his spare time he keeps busy with movies, travel, LifeChurch, and caring for his father with dementia.
"The child supplies the power, but the parents have to do the steering."
Dr. Benjamin Spock