Dr. Shari Eich

Pediatrician at Avera Medical Group McGreevy Clinic, Sioux Falls

As a board-certified pediatrician, and a mom, I know kids. When I was in medical school at the University of South Dakota, I knew I would specialize in pediatrics because working with kids is so rewarding. Kids are fun, they are resilient, and they have boundless energy which keeps them healthy; from playing with friends to reading books, they are great fun to watch. I love that I get the opportunity to help instill healthy habits early on and watch my patients grow up.

When I’m not working, I enjoy crafting, reading and spending time outdoors. I also love spending time with my husband and our three children. Having grown up on a farm near Watertown, S.D., my roots are in South Dakota, and I am happy to call Sioux Falls home.

Dr. Shari Eich is a Pediatrician at Avera Medical Group McGreevy Clinic 7th Ave. in Sioux Falls, SD. Her clinic number is 605-336-2140.

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After-Hours Care vs. Emergency Room – What’s the Difference?

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Does Your Child Need a Multi-Vitamin?

Many parents struggle with getting their kids to eat healthy, and many feel like they aren’t succeeding. I often get asked, “Does my child need a multi-vitamin?” The answer is usually “no.”
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Growing Strong: Could Your Child Have an Iron Deficiency?

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Twelve Things I Wish I Knew Before I Had Kids

In light of the royal baby buzz, I’ve been thinking about what it was like being a first-time parent. Keeping in mind that I was six months away from being a full-fledged pediatrician when I had my first child, you would think that I probably knew everything there is to know about having kids. Read More »

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Easy Tips to Help End Your Child’s Bedwetting

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