Looking for Longview's Medical Clinic
Just for Teens & Tweens?

(You Found it!)
Welcome to the Adolescent Care Team

Matt E. Hipke, M.D., PLLC

Your Teen's Primary Care Doctor

Total Health and Wellness for PreTeens, Tweens & Teens
Evaluate and Treat your Teenager's Illnesses and Injuries
Annual Visits / Physicals
Sick Visits
Life Skill Visits to Teach Teens to Care for Tough Life Issues
Wellness Visits and Preventative Care
Game Plans for Parents

All in a Relaxed Office where your teen is more important than a '10-minute office visit'

Yes! The Office is Open!  Review our Corona Virus Guidelines for 6/1/2020 until 8/1/2020

Yes!  We are accepting new patients on a limited base.  Click here!

Why do Teens Need a Doctor?

A 6 minute doctor visit is not enough time to take care of all the problems a teen can bring but never bring up...unless they are asked.

Your pediatrician may have cared for you since you were a small child.  As you continue to grow and change, you will have new health needs...
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12 Ways Dr. Hipke Helps Teens

Teen Health and Wellness is about more than a '10 minute physical'.

Wellness visits empower teens to take their health to the next level...Then you can put together a game plan to keep yourself healthy!
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101 Encouraging Words for Teens

When parents catch their teens doing something right, I encourage them to make a big deal out of it!

WOW * Way to Go * Super * Your'e Awesome * Outstanding * Excellent * You're Special * Great * Good * Neat * Well Done * Remarkable...and....
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The Focus is on Your Teen's Care

Teens look forward to visiting with Dr. Hipke.

Here's a look at Dr. Hipke's office in Longview, Texas compared with a traditional doctor's clinic...
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"I Heard a Rumor...Dr. Hipke Retired!"

Spread the Word...NO!  Dr. HIpke's WIFE retired after teaching for over 30 years.  After 27 years in practice, Dr. Hipke has truly slowed down but still enjoys caring for teens every day!

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Does your Tween or Teen Deserve a Medical Clinic Dedicated to Their Health and Wellness?

Graduate them from the busy pediatricians and family doctors to The Adolescent Care Team. Dr. Hipke's primary care medical clinic has specialized in all aspects of teen health for over 22 years.

Here are all the ways Dr. Hipke can help your teen.

Click here to have your teen, tween or preteen become a New Patient.

You will be joining families from Longview, Hallsville, Kilgore, White Oak, New Diana, Marshall, Tyler, Gilmer, Ore City, Linden, Harleton, Gladewater, Jefferson, Daingerfield, Lone Star, Overton, Atlanta, Carthage, Hughes Springs, Avinger, Winnsboro, Pittsburg, Tatum, Lindale, New Boston, Troup, Big Sandy, Carthage, Van, Mt Pleasant, Beckville, Henderson and several other surrounding East Texas towns!  They are already seeing Dr. Hipke for their Teen Doctor.

Dr. Hipke is Longview's only full time Adolescent Medicine doctor!Glad you are here!

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From teens: "I want to say thank you for all you've done to help me since the day I met you..."

From Parents:  "You've been a great example for my sons..."


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