Dr. Angel Zieba was born in Asheville, North Carolina and grew up in the foothills of North Carolina. She received her BSN degree from Emory University. Her MD degree is from the Medical College of Georgia. Dr. Zieba completed residencies in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Good Samaritan and Phoenix Children's Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. After residency training she was in private practice in Mesa and Chandler, Arizona. It was during this time that she decided to limit her medical practice strictly to the care of children.
She enjoys seeing all kinds of pediatric patients and has developed a special interest in out patient follow-up of premature babies and also adolescent medicine.
Dr. Zieba lives in the Boise area with her husband and three children. She enjoys cooking, baking and decorating cakes.
Dr. Allyson Van Steenbergen was born into a military family while they were stationed in Stuttgart, Germany. She moved often as a young child until her family settled in Virginia. She attended Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk on a military scholarship. Her residency was in Honolulu, Hawaii at Tripler Army medical Center.
"Dr. Ally" came to practice Pediatrics in Boise in 1999. Her greatest joy is getting to know families and watching her patients grow. She feels she has the greatest job in the world. She also enjoys all aspects of Pediatrics, but has a strong interest in Developmental Pediatrics including behavioral and school issues.
In her spare time, Dr Ally enjoys art, music, gardening, biking, and other outside activities.
Dr.Van Steenbergen is Board Certified in Pediatrics.
Dr. Susan Bradford grew up in Alabama and worked as a chemist in Kalamazoo, MI. She attended Medical School at University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. Bradford completed her residency at Seattle Children’s Hospital at University of Washington., where she played an active role in the WWAMI Program and spent two months at the Pocatello Children’s Clinic as part of her residency. After residency, Dr. Bradford returned back to Alabama to be close to family; however, she missed the West and returned to Pocatello where she has been for the past 12 years.
Soon after arriving in Pocatello, Dr. Bradford became disheartened by the number of women who used substances during pregnancy and saddened by the fact that there was little treatment available to these women even when they wanted it. Through an AAP CATCH grant, she was able to work with other concerned members of the community to investigate the scope of the problem. As a result of this community effort, there is now a day treatment program for parenting women in Pocatello. Many of these women have shared that their drug abuse resulted from sexual abuse that occurred in their childhood or adolescence. As a result, Dr. Bradford became interested in doing what she could to break the cycle of this very pervasive problem in pediatric patients. She was fortunate to be able to spend sabbatical time with the Safe and Healthy Families Team at Primary Children's Medical Center in Salt Lake City, learning how to evaluate and treat children who have been victimized by sexual and physical abuse. As a result of this interest, Dr. Bradford serves as the Child Abuse Coordinator for the Idaho Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and has worked on the Bannock County Multidisciplinary team. While she enjoys all aspects of pediatric practice, working with abused children is the arena that has allowed her to feel that she may make a difference by helping healing to occur in a child's life.
Dr. Bradford was Idaho Pediatrician of the Year for 2006 and serves as a board member for the Perinatal Project. Dr. Bradford has been appointed to the Governor's Children At Risk Task Force.
Dr. Bradford enjoys hiking, cycling, Cross country skiing and just being outdoors in the beautiful state of Idaho. She also enjoys gardening and when she has time she likes to read and decorate cakes and cookies.
Dr. Bradford is Board Certified in Pediatrics
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