After growing up in Michigan, Dr. Pamela Trout started her journey at the University of Miami, majoring in Microbiology & Immunology.  She then went on to study at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and earned her Doctor of Medicine degree.  It was during medical school that she realized Pediatrics would be her path, and she moved to Orlando to complete her Pediatric Residency at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Women and Children.  She stayed an extra year to serve as Chief Resident and Junior Faculty at APH and also earned her Board Certification in General Pediatrics.

Dr. Trout has continued to teach both pediatric residents from Arnold Palmer Hospital, as well as medical students from the Florida State School of Medicine.  She has also been in leadership positions for the Central Florida Pediatric Society and the Orange County Medical Society.  Dr. Trout has a special interest in treating patients with eating disorders and has done work as a CEDS (Certified Eating Disorder Specialist).

Dr. Trout has experience working with large private practices in the Orlando community that affiliate themselves with the nearby children’s hospitals. In 2015, she ventured off to open “Doc PAM” Pediatrics in Winter Park, Florida. Here she’s been able to cultivate a helpful, compassionate, educational, and reassuring environment. “We believe in science and the practice of evidence-based medicine, while respecting a family’s opinion in creating a plan of care.”

Board Certification

  • Pediatrics



Orlando Regional Medical Center
Orlando, FL

Medical School

University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Lexington, KY

Undergraduate School

University of Miami
Bachelor of Science
Miami, FL

Hospital(s) Affiliated With

Orlando Health- Arnold Palmer Hospital for Women and Children
Advent Health Orlando – Children’s Hospital