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Hayley Timm, MD

Hayley Timm

About the Author:

Dr. Hayley Timm has always enjoyed working with children. Throughout high school, college and medical school, her volunteer activities included helping at kids’ music and sports camps, tutoring students after school, and spending time with patients at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha. Becoming a pediatric physician was a natural next step.

“It really makes your job fun and meaningful every day to know that you’re working to help make kids better,” Dr. Timm said. “There’s nothing better than that.”

Dr. Timm is a pediatric physician at Methodist Physicians Clinic Council Bluffs. She completed her medical degree at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha and her pediatric residency at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital/Michigan State University.

A former softball player and track and field athlete, Dr. Timm has a special interest in sports medicine and adolescent health.

In her free time, she enjoys painting, drawing, exercising, and cooking with her husband. They love to travel and explore new cultures, and she wants to continue to improve her Spanish and French language skills.

Articles by this author...

Methodist Health System

Understanding Eating Disorders and How You Can Help

Healthy Lifestyle

Eating disorders are dangerous mental illnesses that can have long-term mental and physical repercussions if not caught and treated properly. 

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How Much Should My Child Really Be Eating and Moving?

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Energy balance is key to a child's health and development. Learn more about what it is and how to achieve it.

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Helping Kids With Congestion

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'Tis the season for stuffy and runny noses. What can parents do to help their kids through their congestion?

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How to Help Your Child Maintain a Healthy Weight

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We hear a lot of talk about kids being overweight. So what can parents do to ensure their kids fall in a healthy range?

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Swimming Safety: The 5 Tips That Could Save Your Child's Life

Child and Family

It takes multiple layers of safety to be able to prevent drowning.