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To teach our children the power of nutrition with a whole food plant based way of eating, is setting them up for ultimate success in their future. ​I'm Dr. Craig Keever, founder and owner of Ozark Pediatrics,  with expertise in evidence-based lifestyle and preventative medicine. I focus on the power of whole-food, plant-based nutrition to prevent and reverse disease. 

Dr. Craig Keever

Prevention by way of nutrition is a powerful resource to fight against disease and major life illnesses.

Dr. Craig Keever

A whole food, plant based diet built on a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds is not only safe for kids, it gives them the best start for life long health.

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Dr. Craig Keever, a renowned pediatrician with a passion for preventive care, goes beyond traditional medicine by incorporating the latest research in nutrition and wellness into his practice. With a focus on whole food plant-based nutrition, Dr. Keever empowers families to make informed choices that support their children's growth and well-being.

What sets Ozark Pediatrics apart is our commitment to personalized care tailored to each child's unique needs. Dr. Keever takes the time to understand your child's health history, dietary habits, and lifestyle factors to create a customized plan for their optimal health. By addressing the root cause of health issues and promoting preventive strategies, we aim to reduce the reliance on medications and foster long-term wellness.

Through regular check-ups, nutritional counseling, and ongoing support, Dr. Keever guides families on a journey towards better health and vitality. Whether it's managing chronic conditions, preventing illness, or promoting overall wellness, our team at Ozark Pediatrics is dedicated to providing comprehensive care that empowers children to thrive.

Experience the difference with Dr. Craig Keever and the team at Ozark Pediatrics. Together, let's give your child the foundation they need for a lifetime of health and happiness. Schedule your appointment today and take the first step towards a brighter, healthier future for your family.

"Let Food Be Thy Medicine"

Megan Kumpe, a Fayetteville native and mom of 2, has been a pediatric nurse practitioner for 12 years with 16 years of combined nursing experience.  Megan is passionate about providing holistic care to the children of Northwest Arkansas in both preventive and acute medicine.  Outside of the office, Megan actively fights against human trafficking here in NWA. As both a volunteer educator with Hub of HOPE NWA and guest lecturer, Megan dedicates much time to educating healthcare students and professionals.  Training includes identifying and addressing human trafficking in various collegiate and healthcare settings.  In practice, Megan aims to educate patients on the importance of safety through body and situational awareness, and health boundaries.  Megan is excited to be a part of the Ozark Pediatrics team and looks forward to serving your family.  

Megan Kumpe

Staci grew up in Fayetteville and graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. She received her Master’s in Nursing from Vanderbilt University and certification as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in 2005. She has served families as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in NWA since 2005. She has done medical mission work in Mexico and Ethiopia. She did a Fellowship in Pediatric Mental Health through Ohio State University in 2019. She is a guest lecturer for John Brown University and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and frequently enjoys precepting Nurse Practitioner students. She enjoys supporting families during the challenges of parenting, and loves to play a part in helping children get and stay well! She wants to help kids enjoy coming to the doctor, and wants to make parents feel comfortable enough to bring up any concern.


Staci lives in Fayetteville with her husband and teenage daughter and son. She enjoys running with friends, swimming, painting (by number!), and playing with her little dog, Reggie. She is passionate about nutrition (her kids have written a song about how much she loves vegetables), mental health, spirituality and getting good sleep at night.

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