It is a privilege for me to take care of your children and and my goal is to work collaboratively with your family to ensure the most positive experience and outcome for your child. I believe in a team approach to supporting children by including parents, other family members, and our entire staff at Midtown Pediatrics. I feel fortunate to provide support to your family as your child progresses through the next years of growth and development. Appreciating that every child is an individual, I value parental input and involvement each step of the way. I look forward to getting to know your family and serving as an advocate and trusted source in your child's life from birth to young adulthood.
Dr. Jain is a general pediatrician with expertise in caring for children newborn through age 21. She is committed to caring for children with complex medical needs, neurodevelopmental challenges, mental health/academic difficulties, and typically developing children and adolescents. As every child is unique, she aims in partnering with families to achieve the best possible outcome for their child and functions as a strong advocate for each and every child in her practice.
Dr. Jain focuses on health and wellness through preventative strategies such as healthy diet, exercise and stress management. She has special interests in autism, behavioral concerns, academic planning, mental health and weight management. Dr. Jain is interested in the ways in which environmental factors influence health and provides anticipatory guidance on maintaining optimal health through practical everyday behaviors.
B.S., Genetics, UC Davis, Davis CA 1996
M.D., University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio, San Antonio TX 2000
Pediatrics, UC Davis, Sacramento CA 2000-2003
Pediatrics, UC Davis, Sacramento CA 2001-2003
Chief Resident, Pediatrics, UC Davis, Sacramento CA 2003-2004
(TNT) Primary Care Psychiatry Fellowship, UC Davis, Sacramento CA 2016-2017
Outstanding Leadership Award, UC Davis, Department of Pediatrics, 2003
Anne E. Dyson for Excellence in Community Pediatrics, UC Davis, 2003
Milstein JM, Jain A. An exploration of connections between a mother and her unborn in preterm labor. J Perinatol. 2012 May;32(5):325-7. doi:10.1038/jp.2011.183. Epub 2012 Feb 16. PMID:22343398.
Jain A, Butani L. Severe hyperphosphatemia resulting from high-dose liposomal amphotericin in a child with leukemia. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol. 2003 Apr;25(4):324-6. doi:10.1097/00043426-200304000-00012. PMID:12679649.