About The Children’s Clinic of Pueblo
What to Expect
Many parents want to know what kind of experience they and their children will have at the doctor’s office. They want to know how often they will need to come in, who they will encounter along the way, and how long their visits will be. At the Children’s Clinic of Pueblo we strive to make every encounter as pleasant as possible.
Dr. Loraine L. Carroll, MD
Dr. Loraine Carroll is a board certified pediatrician and a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She has been practicing pediatrics in Pueblo for 22 years and has served as the Chief of Pediatrics at both Parkview and St. Mary Corwin Medical Centers.
Dr. Carroll earned her undergraduate degree in biology at the University of Tampa and obtained her medical degree at the University of South Florida. She completed her residency at Tampa General Hospital in Tampa, Florida where she was awarded the Intern of the Year. She started her career in pediatrics as a Captain in the Air Force while stationed at F. E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wyoming caring for the families of military members.
In 1998, Dr. Carroll found her calling and moved to Pueblo starting the Children’s Clinic of Pueblo. Now as the senior pediatrician in Pueblo, she is very proud of her practice, providing exceptional service to her patients, and dedicated to the health and welfare of children.
When not in the office, Dr. Carroll spends her time with her husband and teenage son. She and her family enjoy skiing, hiking, traveling and all things Colorado.
Dr. Jamie Hug, DO
Dr. Jamie Hug is a board certified pediatrician, and a fellow of the American Osteopathic Board of Pediatrics. In addition to being an outpatient pediatrician, she also sees patients in the nursery and on the pediatric floor at Parkview Medical Center.
Dr. Hug attended the University of Michigan for her undergraduate degree, where she participated in the prestigious Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP). While at the University of Michigan, she conducted research on Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia, and worked with the founder of ECMO on a device to expand the viability of organs for donation.
Dr. Hug obtained her medical degree at Rocky Vista University in Denver, and completed her residency at Broward Health Medical Center, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. In her residency program, Dr. Hug was chief resident, and was awarded resident of the year, and ER resident of the year. While in residency, Dr. Hug also published a paper on the role of therapeutic hypothermia in drowning.
Dr. Hug knew from an early age that she wanted to be a pediatrician and help people. She strives to provide outstanding, compassionate, and thorough care to her patients and their families. In her free time, Dr. Hug enjoys spending time with her husband, four children, and two dogs. She and her family enjoy obstacle races, watching football, camping, and exploring all that Colorado has to offer.