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Lori Rae Holtzman

Lori Rae Holtzman, MD

Specializing in Pediatrics


  • BMG



Murray State University; Murray, KY; 1981

Medical School

Northeast Ohio Medical University; Rootstown, OH; 1987


Akron Children's Hospital; Akron, OH; 1990


Akron Children's Hospital; Arkon, OH; 1988

Awards, Certifications & Memberships

Medical Societies

American Academy of Pediatrics

Board Certifications

  • CPR
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support
  • Pediatrics

Medical Career

Treatments and services provided

  • ADHD management
  • Audiology and vision screenings
  • EKG
  • Immunizations
  • Nebulizer treatments as needed
  • Sick visits for children
  • Simple labs
  • Spirometry
  • Sports physicals
  • Tympanometry
  • Well baby and well child visits

Diseases and conditions treated

  • ADHD
  • Autism and autistic spectrum disorder
  • Common childhood illness and diseases
  • Developmental delay

Specialty interests

  • ADHD
  • Asthma
  • Autism and autistic spectrum disorder
  • Child development
  • Premature infants and children

Languages Spoken


Meet The Doctor

What can a patient expect when they have you as a doctor?

As a patient they can expect compassionate and state of the art pediatric medical care from me. I absolutely love seeing and treating children. I love to watch them grow and develop and thus go from a precious little infant to a child and then a teenager. As a physician, I will care for not only the child but be mindful of the entire family. From me as a physician you can expect very personal care of your child with a physician that is available 24 hours a day either by phone or in the office.

What is the most important factor in a doctor-patient relationship and why?

The most important factor in a doctor-patient relationship is the element of trust. The trust factor needs to go both ways. The parent of the child most definitely needs to trust the physician and the care that they are providing for their child. Also it is beneficial that the physician trusts the parent and that the parent is following the directions as prescribed. The other important factor is that both parties can freely communicate and understand each other. This encourages the trust factor also.

What hobbies or activities do you enjoy when you're not working?

My hobbies include hanging out with my children. I love to go to movies at the theater. I enjoy traveling.

What about your line of work do you find the most rewarding and why?

The most rewarding part of being a pediatrician is watching the precious little infants grow and develop and become children. Then watching as the children become teenagers and go on to become young adults. It is also very rewarding to help children get well when they are sick. Children get sick very quickly but they also get well very quickly. Children are very precious and very trusting. So it is so rewarding to watch them grow and develop and form a relationship with me and my staff. Taking care of children is the best.

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