The Physicians at Tulsa Pediatric After Hours Urgent Care are dedicated to providing exceptional care for your child.

Every child will be seen by a Physician who is board certified in Pediatrics or Emergency Medicine.

We only treat pediatric patients and will ensure that your child’s visit is as pleasant as possible. From experienced pediatric nurses, to a child friendly waiting room with toys and cartoons to fun, kid-themed rooms, your child’s experience will offer a calm, soothing environment and the highest quality medical care.

Our Physicians

Dr. Katie Dalton

Dr. Dalton received her Bachelor of Science in Microbiology at the University of Oklahoma. She then went on to her medical training at Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her pediatric residency at the University of Oklahoma. After residency, she completed an additional year of training in caring for children in the hospital and worked for 3 more years as a pediatric hospitalist for OU-Tulsa Department of Pediatrics. In 2009, she joined the other physicians in opening Tulsa Pediatric Urgent Care. She loves working at TPUC because the patients and caregivers she encounters keep her on her toes, and she gets to have more time to take care of her toddler and volunteer at the school and various activities in which her older children participate. She enjoys being healthy with yoga, Pilates and hiking/jogging, as well as continually working to get her 3 children to eat vegetables!

Dr. Leah Baxter

Dr. Leah Baxter received her undergraduate degree in physiology from OSU in 1998 and graduated from OSU-College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2002 before beginning her pediatric career at OU College of Medicine.  There she completed her pediatric residency and was co-chief resident of her class.  After residency she continued her training with an additional year of pediatric hospital medicine and served as an attending physician for medical residents and students at the Children’s Hospital at St Francis.  Dr. Baxter has been with Tulsa Pediatric Urgent Care since its opening in February of 2009 and loves the perfect balance of work and family it provides.  She enjoys the country life with her husband and two boys outside of Broken Arrow.  She spends her free time hiking, traveling, dabbling in photography, and attending her son’s activities.

Dr. Erin Grimes

Dr. Erin Grimes grew up in Pawnee, Oklahoma.  She attended Oklahoma State University and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry.  Go POKES!  From there, she completed medical school at the University of Oklahoma followed by 3 years of training in Emergency Medicine at The Ohio State University and Nationwide Children’s Hospital.  Dr. Grimes loves to run and spends most of her free time cheering on her kids in their activities and training for races.  She is also an animal lover and OSU enthusiast! 

Dr. Kaitlin Isley

Dr. Kaitlin Isley grew up in Kansas and moved to Tulsa with her family in 2005. She attended the University of Tulsa for undergraduate, receiving her bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry. She then went to medical school at Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, graduating in 2013. Dr. Isley completed her pediatric residency at the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa in 2016. She stayed at OU for an additional year to serve as a chief resident, where she had an opportunity to work in the clinic and in resident education. Dr. Isley was excited to join TPUC in the summer of 2017 for the opportunity to provide quality after hour care for children and their families, while being able to have more time at home with her own family. Dr. Isley enjoys reading, jogging, cooking, and exploring Tulsa with her husband and two children.

Dr. Jessee Bustinza

Dr. Bustinza grew up in Mexico and Peru while her family served with Habitat for Humanity. She moved to Tulsa in 2002 and attended Oral Roberts University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. She spent three years caring for children as a pediatric intensive care unit nurse at the Saint Francis Children’s Hospital in Tulsa. She then went on to medical school at the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Bustinza completed her pediatric residency at the University of Oklahoma. Following residency, she spent an additional year as a pediatric chief resident educating resident physicians and caring for children and their families at the OU Pediatrics Clinic in Tulsa. Dr. Bustinza enjoys participating in international medical mission trips, cooking, photography, and spending time with her husband, daughter Lucy, and two lively dachshunds.