Our mission is to provide the highest quality health care in a fun and comfortable environment. Let Irving Pediatrics be your child’s new medical home. A medical home is the one place you take your child for all their health care needs. You child’s medical home offers the best care because the staff knows you, your child and your child’s health history.
We believe that every child should have a medical home where their care is coordinated across the full healthcare system. This means that we help you access and coordinate care between hospitals, specialists, pharmacies, schools and other community based healthcare professionals.
After being part of the Clinical Faculty at Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Department of Pediatrics Dr. Sarah Hasham moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She specializes in the care of children of all ages, including newborns with a special interest in Autism and special needs children with mental health disorders. Dr. Hasham finished her residency training at Texas Tech Amarillo in 2012 and then she worked as faculty there. Now, she’s opening her own office to care for the needs of people of Irving and surrounding cities. Dr. Hasham graduated from Rawalpindi Medical College, Pakistan in 2004 and since then she’s been actively doing research in neonatology and general pediatrics. She received several awards for poster presentations during her training and she published abstracts in different magazines as well. Dr. Hasham is Board Certified in Pediatrics since 2012. She is married to Dr. Muhammad Hasham ul Haq. Dr. Hasham enjoys time with her three children, older being twins. She also loves outdoors, reading, bike riding and working out at the gym.
Dr. Muhammad Hasham ul Haq also moved into the area with his wife and 3 children from Amarillo, TX. Dr. Haq finished his residency training at Texas Tech Amarillo in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics in 2008. Then he worked in rural Texas Panhandle for 6 years before moving to the area. Dr. Haq specializes in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and he works part-time in Emergency rooms and Urgent Cares. Dr. Haq is Board certified in Internal Medicine since 2008. Dr. Haq grew up in Pakistan and did his medical school from Army Medical College, Rawalpindi in 1999. Since then he’s been working in the medical profession and caring for patients. Dr. Haq was Chief Resident in Pediatrics in 2007-2008. Dr. Haq spends time with his three children in spare time and enjoys bike riding, outdoors and Mexican food.
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Heather graduated from Clayton State University
with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1999. She began her career working as a
registered nurse in neonatal intensive care and discovered a deep love for caring for
children and their families. Eventually moving on to both inpatient and outpatient
pediatrics, she is very proud to have dedicated her 20 years as a nurse to the
smallest and most vulnerable of patients.
In 2015, Heather received her Master of Science in Nursing from Texas Woman’s
University and her certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner from the American
Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Her specific areas of interest are mental health
disorders, asthma, and the childhood obesity epidemic. Heather co-authored a research publication on the psychosocial impacts on children with implantable cardioverter-defibrillators, and won top honors for her poster research presentation on the relationship between low vitamin D levels and depression in adolescents and adults.
As a two-time breast cancer survivor, Heather is an avid supporter of breast
cancer awareness and research through her participation in various charities. She
currently lives in Flower Mound with her husband Jeff and their three daughters:
Megan, Lauren, and Kaitlyn.