Welcome to PCT! Pediatric Consultants of Troy has been providing quality pediatric services since 1980 serving generation after generation. Like you, we believe there is nothing more important than keeping your children healthy and safe. Our friendly, accommodating staff and providers are board certified and highly qualified to provide your child with the best care. We know that the most important asset of our practice is you, and we hold your care to the highest concern. We look forward to taking this walk of parenthood with you!
Elizabeth Dubina, M.D
Dr. Elizabeth Dubina is a board certified graduate of American University of the Caribbean, School of Medicine. She completed her residency at Children’s Hospital of Michigan. Dr. Dubina has been practicing medicine in pediatrics for 40+ years and is the proud owner of Pediatric Consultants of Troy. Her dedication to her patients upholds her long-standing reputation for her passion in pediatrics.
In addition to running a practice, Dr. Dubina is a wife and mother to three beautiful children. In her downtime she enjoys spending time with her family, exercising and Disney vacations!
Jaime Dreyer-Laezza, M.D
Dr. Jaime Dreyer is a board certified graduate of Wayne State University, School of Medicine. She completed her residency at Children’s Hospital of Michigan as chief resident. Dr. Dreyer has been practicing medicine in pediatrics for 13+ years and is a proud owner of Pediatric Consultants of Troy.
In addition to running a practice, Dr. Dreyer is a wife and mother to two beautiful boys. In her downtime she enjoys being a “boy mom” which includes lots of outdoor adventures! She has a sweet tooth, a love for spicy foods and all things
Laura L. Warner, M.D.
Dr. Laura Warner is a board certified graduate of Wayne State University, School of Medicine. She completed her residency at William Beaumont Hospital. Dr. Warner has been practicing medicine in pediatrics for 23+ years. Her patience and understanding for pediatrics is reflective in her care.
Dr. Warner is a wife and mother of four beautiful children. In her downtime she enjoys spending time with her children, crafting, camping and gardening!
Hannah Van Allen, FNP
Hannah VanAllen is a family nurse practitioner who specializes in pediatrics. She is a graduate of Kaplan University, Masters of Science Nurse Practitioner Program. Hannah has been practicing medicine for 11+ years. Hannah’s passion for pediatrics and children is displayed through her detailed and enthusiastic care for patients.
Hannah is a wife and mother to two beautiful children who keep her super busy! In her downtime she is an incredibly talented artist and crafter- you will see some of her work displayed in the office!
Christine Smith, FNP
Christine Smith is a family nurse practitioner who specializes in pediatrics. She is a graduate of Purdue Global University, Masters of Science Nurse Practitioner Program. Christine has been practicing medicine for 15+ years with specialized experience in emergency. She finds pediatrics especially rewarding and joyful working with kids.
Christine is a wife and mother of two beautiful children. In her downtime she enjoys her butterfly garden, reading, and bike riding!
Dan Lomasney is a nationally certified physician assistant specializing in pediatrics. He is a graduate of Western Michigan University, Masters of Science Physician Assistant Program. Dan has been practicing medicine for 10+ years. His passion for pediatrics originates as far back as his youth and the opportunity to improve families well-being.
Dan is a husband and father of three beautiful children. In his downtime he enjoys spending time with his family, exercising & ski trips!
Kim Williams, PhD
Dr. Kimberly Williams is a licensed clinical child psychologist. She is a graduate of Michigan State University and has been in private practice for 10+ years. Also known as “Dr. Kim”, she is a wife and mother of two beautiful daughters. In her downtime she enjoys spending time with her children, camping, hiking and dabbling in art!
Dr. Williams Specialized Training and/or Licensure Includes:
ADHD: Diagnosis and therapy of ADHD, including empirically tested 12-week program that reduces symptoms of hyperactivity and impulsiveness.
Autism/Pervasive Development Disorders: Empirically tested cognitive behavioral techniques and positive reinforcement techniques to increase positive behaviors and socialization.
Divorce: Family therapy techniques to reduce symptoms of anxiety and initiate positive family functioning.
Depression: Use of empirically tested play therapy and EMDR therapy to reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Abuse and/or Neglect: Use of empirically tested Gestalt play therapy and EMDR therapy to reduce effects of trauma.
Anxiety Disorders: Use of therapeutic techniques, including relaxation exercises with biofeedback, to reduce anxiety.
Conduct Disorder/Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques to address life choices and oppositional behaviors.
- Play Therapy
- Animal Assisted Therapy
- Gestalt Therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Child Trauma and
- Cognitive Assessments
- School and Behavior Counseling
- “Love and Logic” parenting instruction
Respiratory Therapist/ Care Manager
Megan is a licensed respiratory therapist. She is a graduate of Oakland University, Bachelors in Integrative Health with a minor in Health and Nutrition. In addition to being a respiratory therapist, Megan is a certified Care Manager for PCT.
Lauren Montambault is a board registered nurse specialized in pediatrics. She is a graduate of Ferris University, Bachelors of Science Nursing Program and has been a nurse for 5+ years. In addition to her nursing degree, Lauren is a certified Care Manager for PCT.
What is a PA- Physician Assistant?
A PA is a nationally certified, state licensed provider who is trained to work as part of a team with physicians. Most PAs complete a four-year college program and another two to three years of postgraduate education. PAs follow the medical model, which places greater emphasis on disease, anatomy and the physiology of the human body. They have extensive medical training to diagnose illness, develop and manage treatment plans, prescribe medications, perform procedures and serve as a patient’s primary health care provider. PAs often collaborate with physicians.
What is a NP- Nurse Practitioner?
A NP, one of four advanced practice nursing specialties, is a registered nurse who has completed a Master of Science and advanced clinical training. They must then receive national certification in one of several specialties, such as acute care, pediatrics or women’s health. NPs follow the nursing model that focuses heavily on the impact of the diagnosis and treatment on the patient. An NP can help diagnose and treat patients with routine and complex medical conditions, prescribe medications, educate patients about healthy lifestyle choices and serve as a patient’s main health care provider.
What is a CM-Care Manager?
A care manager serves as a point of contact between the patient and practice. There are a variety of roles a care manager may be responsible for, including: Coordinating medical treatment, including administering assessments, developing care plans, & monitoring medication compliance. In addition, they serve as advocates for and champions of the patients’ health while connecting patients with social and community support systems for the continuation of care.