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Olive Branch Pediatrics was created by Dr. Abraham and his wife Rebecca when they took over the practice of Dr. Piga. She had served the Plano pediatric population for over 35 years prior to her retirement.


Our mission at Olive Branch Pediatrics is to walk by your side through every stage of your child's life from birth to young adulthood. We will strive to provide the best evidence based care both during your child's regularly scheduled checkups as well as during sick visits.


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Jaeon Abraham, MD, FAAP - Board Certified Pediatrician

Dr. Abraham is a Texas native who grew up in Garland. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Economics and Finance from Southern Methodist University and then went on to complete medical school at UT Southwestern. He decided to stay and complete his pediatric residency training there as well where he mainly worked at Children's Medical Center of Dallas and Parkland Hospital. Dr, Abraham currently serves as a clinical instructor of pediatrics at UT Southwestern where he teaches both medical students and resident physicians.

In his spare time, Dr. Abraham enjoys spending time with his wife and family. He is active in his church and is passionate about serving others and volunteering especially through medical missions. Following his training, Dr. Abraham spent time volunteering at Kibogora Hospital in rural Rwanda as their only pediatrician alongside his wife, Rebecca, a pediatric nurse.

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Kenosha Hobson, MD, Ph.D. - Board Certified Pediatrician

Dr. Hobson received her medical degree from The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Kansas City and completed her residency training at The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. After residency, she practiced for seven years in rural Kansas, providing broad-spectrum pediatric medicine in general pediatrics, newborn, level II NICU care and inpatient pediatrics.


Before medicine, Dr. Hobson received a Ph.D. in chemistry with a focus on biochemistry and thermodynamics from the University of Mississippi. Following her doctorate, she completed her postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in Pittsburgh, PA, focusing on oral and cervical cancers associated with the human papillomavirus (HPV).


Dr. Hobson finds great joy in caring for her patients and providing a haven for them to receive their medical care while being a support for their parents. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and being involved with her church, serving others, and enjoying the arts and other cultural experiences

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