Bee Happy





At Bee Happy Pediatrics, we provide high quality medical care for patients ages 0-23 in a cheerful, kid-friendly environment, and work hand-in-hand with parents to help children be happy, healthy and safe. 


Contact us —

Phone 208.497.0680

Fax 208.497.0650

Address 3412 South 25th East,
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83404

Office hours —

M - F 9AM - 6PM

Closed Saturday and Sunday
Closed Major Holidays


How we can help —

Bee Happy Pediatrics offers a full array of services to help your child maintain good health. Below are the services we offer:

- Lacerations
- Newborn care
- Preventative care
- Scout and sports physicals
- Sick visits
- Warts
- Well-child care exams

- Anxiety
- Asthma
- Depression
- Fracture care
- Immunizations
- Ingrown toenails





With almost 25 years of experience in pediatric care, Bee Happy Pediatrics provides high quality healthcare for children in the Idaho Falls area. We focus on the individual, giving personalized medical care to each patient, every time.



In 2018, three sisters founded Bee Happy Pediatrics to provide medical care for young patients in an environment where they feel safe, happy and comfortable.

The staff at Bee Happy Pediatrics believes in a team approach to the well-being of their young patients and collaborates with parents to provide the highest level of care. 

Bee Happy Pediatrics promotes the expression “Bee Your Best” to help children be physically, mentally and socially healthy.

Nurse Practitioner


Deborah Hill
Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Deborah has worked as a pediatric nurse practitioner for 25 years. During this time, she also worked in the Emergency Room at Utah Valley Hospital for 12 years. She loves working with children of all ages: infants, children, and teenagers. She is well-known for her warmth and compassionate care. 

- Associate of Science in Nursing at Brigham Young University, Idaho
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Brigham Young University, Utah
- Master of Science in Nursing at Brigham Young University, Utah
- National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP)
- Yearly certification with exams or continuing education courses. 
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). 


Bee Your Best



B— Breakfast and drink 40-60 ounces of water per day

E— Exercise 1 hour per day

S— Sleep 10 hours per night

T— Time out from electronics