Dr. Deanna Barry

Board-Certified Pediatrician

Deanna Barry, DO, FAAP is a board-certified pediatrician in Northeast Ohio. She recently left a large hospital healthcare system to open her own concierge pediatric practice. As an osteopath with an undergraduate degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition, she focuses her time and attention on a healthy lifestyle and preventative holistic care of the child - body, mind, and spirit. The heart of her practice is the doctor-patient relationship built through trust and personalized old-fashioned service. She is also a wife to Dave and a mom to three littles. She is right there in the throes of motherhood with her patients’ parents. Aside from these fulfilling yet demanding jobs, she loves to travel, go on nature walks, practice yoga, dine out and discover hidden gems, and has recently taken up gardening.

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