Dr. Rebecca Prengler

Dr. Rebecca Prengler is an experienced board-certified pediatrician and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. For over 9 years, Dr. Prengler has practiced the full scope of pediatrics caring for patients from birth through adolescence.

Dr. Prengler earned her B.A. in Psychology from Emory University and graduated from the Long School of Medicine in San Antonio. She then completed her pediatric residency training followed by an additional year of training in the field of pediatric rheumatology at St. Louis Children’s Hospital/ Washington University in St. Louis.

Dr. Prengler is passionate about teaching medical students. She serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor and the Pediatrics Clerkship Director for Texas A&M School of Medicine, Dallas Campus. Dr. Prengler was the recipient of the Outstanding Faculty Award in Pediatrics in 2021-2024 as well as the Early Career Educator Award in 2021. She also has multiple publications in the literature, including writing about the quality of life in pediatric patients with cancer and neurocognitive effects of pediatric sickle cell disease.

Dr. Prengler grew up in Dallas and loves exploring the city! She and her husband are the proud parents of two beautiful children Hannah and Gabe as well as a rambunctious Corgi dog named Zoe. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, and curling up with a good book.

This is what patients are saying about Dr. Prengler:

“Top notch! Dr. Prengler is an unusually caring and dedicated doctor. She listens well and gets to the bottom of my child’s issues, even the more complex ones that we’ve struggled with for years – something no other doctor has done before. She has a wealth of expertise in addition to her dedication – we are so happy we found her!”


“My son was sick on a Friday night, and I had to take him to ER and I called on call doctor which was Dr. Prengler and I hadn’t met her and she kept me so calm and called me EVERYDAY thru the weekend to check on my son and me because he was admitted to hospital! This meant the world to me, and she just went above and beyond to check on things when my son isn’t even a patient of hers!”