Jessica Fisher, MD

College: University of Tulsa – BS in Biology and Psychology

Medical Degree: University of Kansas – Wichita School of Medicine

Residency: University of Nebraska/Creighton/Children’s Pediatric Residency Program in Omaha, NE

Dr. Fisher was born and raised in Bel Aire, Kansas. She is so excited to be back and serving the community that helped raise her! Throughout her life, she has sought outreach projects that encourage childhood development in both STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) as well as the arts. During medical school and residency, Dr. Fisher was heavily involved with serving underserved populations and making sure that their healthcare and social needs were appropriately met. She worked to establish standardized guidelines across the Omaha Children’s Hospital Clinics for lead screening evaluations.

While in residency, she worked independently with critically ill and medically complex patients in both the Cardiac and Pediatric Intensive Care Units at Children’s Hospital in Omaha providing family centered care through traumatic medical health events. She, with permission from families, gave several case presentations regarding their care to further educate colleagues and medical students in center-wide conferences.

Dr. Fisher is married and has two dogs and a cat at home.

“It’s not what the world holds for you, it’s what you bring to it.” ~LM Montgomery, Anne of Ingleside

Dr. Fisher takes a holistic approach to her patients and enjoys taking care of children, medically complex or not, at every stage of their lives. She wants to make sure that they have the resources they need to reach their goals in life. Dr. Fisher strives to create an environment of shared decision making with parents so that together we can act as a team to advocate for their children. She hopes to provide the very best care for her families and patients through open communication to create a safe space for concerns, questions, and education.

Dr. Fisher graduated summa cum laude with Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology and Psychology from the University of Tulsa with a designation as an Honors Scholar. She earned her medical degree at the University of Kansas, Wichita campus, prior to finishing her pediatric residency in Omaha, Nebraska at the University of Nebraska/Creighton/Children’s Hospital program. Dr. Fisher is certified in Pediatric Critical Care Support (PFCCS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), and Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) which are all specialized training programs designed to provide life-saving interventions to newborns and children. Additionally, she has received training in Nexplanon placement for female adolescents interested in contraceptive care.