Dianne Galgana, FNP, CLC: Lactation Program Director

Dianne Galgana is a Certified Nurse Practitioner specializing in Family Care. She earned her Bachelor of Science of Nursing Degree in the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in August of 2009. At that time, she landed her first Registered Nurse career opportunity at the Southern Nevada Health District where she had administered vaccinations associated with the 2009 H1N1 Flu Pandemic. She was awarded Team Lead and was privileged to travel to all of Las Vegas and Mesquite elementary schools in delivering the vaccines to children ages 5-11, teachers, staff, and parents. In 2010, Dianne landed her second career at Sunrise Hospital in the Adult Medical-Surgical Cardiovascular Unit and in 2012 the Maternity Infant Unit. It was the care of the newborns that triggered Dianne’s interest in furthering her education. In December of 2015, she had earned her Master of Science of Nursing Degree in University of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Dianne’s vision in the health and illness spectrum of Pediatric Care is educating both the child and parents. Education is the key to preventative health care.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, traveling, and interior designing.
Walk In Policy

Sunrise Pediatrics Office Walk In Policy


Our philosophy in Pediatrics is that no sick child be turned away.  We encourage parents to make appointments for their child but do understand that kids get sick and that may not always be possible.


We accept walk in patients every day in every one of our locations until the minute we close.  You can minimize your wait time by calling ahead for the same day appointment and having any necessary paperwork completed before you arrive, including making sure that we are your child’s designated provider on their insurance.  All new patients are required to have our new patient paperwork completed and every child must have an update completed each year as is required by your insurance carrier and state and federal law. (See the resource section for forms)


Our appointments will be prioritized over walk-ins, but you will your child will be seen and given the same attention so please be patient and we will do our best to update you on current wait times.  

Emergency Numbers

Emergency Contact Numbers

After Hours

Our doctors can be reached after hours, weekdays and holidays by calling 254-5437 or 361-5437. All calls will be returned promptly.


If your child has a life threatening medical emergency take them immediately to the nearest medical emergency room or call 911. If your child has a non-life threatening medical emergency when the clinic is not open, call 702-254-5437 for assistance from the on-call physician.

Useful Contacts

Medical Emergency: 911

Child Abuse and Neglect Hot Line: 399-0081

Poison Information: 732-4989

Suicide Prevention Center of Clark Country: 731-2990

Attention As of April 15, we will no longer be accepting Sierra Health, Healthscope or UMR patients.
For more information please call.
Call 702-254-KIDS (5437)