The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Audra Linck, MD, FAAP


Born and raised in the Dallas area, Dr. Audra Linck received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from The University of North Texas in 1999.

She earned her medical degree from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 2004 and completed her pediatric internship and residency at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in 2007.

After completing her training in 2007, she returned to the Dallas area to practice medicine. She originally joined Acute Kids Urgent Care in 2007, where she practiced for three years before joining Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano and shortly thereafter, Children’s Medical Center at Legacy as a pediatric hospitalist.

Dr. Linck is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. To better serve her patients, she is on staff at Baylor Medical Center at Frisco and Children’s Medical Center at Legacy.

As a dedicated pediatrician with the personal experience of being a mother, Dr. Linck is committed to providing exceptional medical care for children of all ages. “I am married and a mother to three beautiful girls: Ashlynn and Julia on earth, and Kate in heaven,” she says. “In my spare time, I enjoy gardening, riding bikes with my husband, reading children’s books, playing outside with my girls and spending time with family and friends.”

For Dr. Linck, the key to great pediatric care is making meaningful connections with lasting results. “I enjoy the relationships I have with all my patients. Beyond medical care, my goal is to help children and their parents make choices that promote healthy, happy lives.”

University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
Baylor Scott & White in Temple, Texas

Rachel Adamski, MD, FAAP


Dr. Rachel Adamski grew up in Missouri City, Texas. She received her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from the University of Texas at Austin in 2008 and went on to earn her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 2015. Upon completing her pediatric residency with Baylor Scott & White in Temple, Texas in 2018, Dr. Adamski moved to Frisco to join Pediatric People. Dr. Adamski is happy to call the DFW area her new home and considers this to be the most exciting part of her journey as a pediatrician so far.

When she’s not at work, much of Dr. Adamski’s free time is occupied by her mischievous Great Dane, Quincy. Quincy loves getting attention more than anything else, and Dr. Adamski often finds herself with a 140 pound puppy sitting on her lap when she’s at home. In between spoiling Quincy, Dr. Adamski likes to read, bake, and go shopping.

As a little girl, Dr. Adamski’s favorite story was Cinderella. Although she is grown up now, she has never lost her love of fairy tale magic, enchanted glass slippers, and happy ever afters. Over the years, her career in medicine has given her the unique opportunity to hear the many stories told by her own patients. She considers it the greatest privilege to be a part of so many children’s lives as they go on to write their own happy endings.

University of Texas Southwestern
Children’s of Alabama through the University of Alabama at Birmingham

Andrea Wolf, MD, FAAP


Dr. Wolf grew up in Dallas, TX, graduating high school at Ursuline Academy in 2006. She completed her bachelors degree in Spanish Literature from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA, then returned to Texas for medical school. She graduated from UT Southwestern in 2015, then moved to Birmingham, Alabama, where she completed her pediatric residency at Children’s of Alabama through the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She moved home to Texas this summer and is excited to be back in the area and joining our practice. Fluent in Spanish, Dr. Wolf has a passion for being able to communicate well with her patients in their native tongues. She chose pediatrics because “I love how resilient and tough children are. I am frequently amazed by how they are able to overcome challenges and share so much joy with those around them. Their curiosity and inquisitiveness as well as the way they are constantly growing and changing makes my job fulfilling, interesting, and so much fun!”

In her spare time, Dr. Wolf enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and friends as well as cooking and spending time outside. She loves to read and travel all over the world including the United States, Canada, and Europe. She also plans to volunteer with the local refugee and immigrant populations working to improve their health literacy and access.

Sarah Simko, MSN, CPNP


Raised in Overland Park, Kansas, Sarah Simko, moved to Texas and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Baylor University in 2007.

After completing her nursing degree, she worked as a Charge Nurse on a very fast-paced medical-surgical unit at Methodist Children’s Hospital in San Antonio for 6 years.

In 2012 she made the decision to further her education and was accepted into the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program at The University Health Science Center of San Antonio. Once she completed her degree and training in 2014, she worked as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at A thru Z Pediatrics in San Antonio.

Simko is board certified by the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board and received her Texas Advanced Practice Nurse License in the Spring of 2014. She is a member of the American Nurses Association and National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners.

As a mother to two beautiful boys, she is able to relate to her patients and families better. “I am married and a mother to two fun-loving, full of energy little boys; William and Samuel.” she says. “I enjoy running with my husband, working out, reading, chasing after my son and spending my free time with my family.”

Ever since Sarah was a little girl she knew that her career would revolve around children. “My philosophy of nursing is a moral duty to help others, give my time and talents unconditionally and doing what is right for my patient. I find complete joy in serving the pediatric patient population and am very passionate about helping serve this community. Knowing that I would be able to make a real difference in the education and support in child’s life is priceless.”

Anna Maria Mirbahaeddin, MSN, CPNP


Anna Maria Mirbahaeddin grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana, and has lived in the Dallas area for the past thirty-three years. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Texas Woman’s University in 1996.

She earned her Master’s degree from Texas Woman’s University in 2008 and became certified as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.

Anna Maria’s first twelve years of nursing were mainly spent focused on newborns working at Parkland Hospital and later at the Medical Center of Lewisville in the newborn nursery.

After receiving her Master’s degree, she has worked in a primary pediatric office for the past ten years. “I love working with children and treat every child as I would my own. I feel my experience as a mother helps me relate and empathize to my patients and their families.”

She has three daughters, two of whom are grown, and the youngest is a sophomore in high school. Anna Maria is also the proud grandmother to one grandson. “In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family. I love to Zumba, walk, and spend time in the outdoors.”

Joanie Leach M.Ed, LPC


Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, Joanie Leach M.Ed., LPC started her education at LSU in Baton Rouge, and received her Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Houston Texas in 2001. She earned her secondary Texas Teaching credentials in 2002.

She earned her Master’s Degree in Education in 2004 from The University of Houston, while completing her State of Texas Licensed Professional Counselor credentials in that same year.

Joanie taught high school AP English and continued her education to earn a Master’s Degree in Education to qualify as a high school counselor.

She has two amazing children, Kelley and Ryan, who brought a deeper meaning to everything that matters. “Until I had children, I did not fully understand the depth of a parent’s love, and what we will do and sacrifice for their safety and future. Being in education and in the mental health field has fueled my passion to help young people navigate adolescence to fully realize their potential and dreams. I hope to enlighten parents to the fact that our children cannot climb a smooth mountain and hope that they can overcome challenges successfully when they leave home”. Joanie loves cooking up spicy creole dishes, golf, and loves to be out in nature with her husband.