We opened our doors on February 14, 2005 and have now grown to two physicians, three nurses and several administrative personnel on staff.

Dr. Kevin Niebaum  was born in Winter Haven, Florida. Like many children here in Middle Georgia, he was a “Military Kid” who was raised all over the world. Growing up, he lived in Florida, Japan, both Carolinas, Germany and Texas. He completed his undergraduate degree at Vanguard University and attended medical school at Western University of Health Sciences, both located in Southern California. While in California, Kevin met and married his wife, Debi. The newlyweds moved to Orlando, Florida in 1995 for Kevin to complete his Pediatric Residency at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Women and Children.  In 1999, after finishing residency and serving an extra year as Chief Resident, he accepted a job in Warner Robins, Georgia. In February of 2005 Dr. Niebaum opened Lifeguard Pediatrics.  Kevin and Debi have two children, Alexandra, 17 years old, and Joey, 12 years old. They live in Warner Robins. In his spare time, you can find Kevin spending time with his family, riding his mountain bike or fishing with his son.    
Dr. Niebaum has always had a heart for serving children - and is sometimes referred to as a big kid, himself.  He considers it a privilege to serve the families of Middle Georgia by providing quality health care for children in a friendly, professional and caring environment.

Dr. Uwa Iguobadia  was born in Nigeria.  At the age of 2 years old, she and her family emigrated to the United States and grew up in New Jersey.  She completed her Bachelor's degree at Rutgers University and her Masters of Public Health at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.  After working in the non-profit sector in Infant Mortality, Dr Iguobadia continued her education in the field of medicine.   She graduated Cum Laude from the American University of Antigua.  While in New Jersey, Uwa met her husband, Barry, and they later married in 2012.  They relocated to Middle Georgia, where she completed her Residency at Children's Hospital Navicent Health and  joined Lifeguard Pediatrics in February, 2017. Uwa and Barry live in Warner Robins and have 3 children: Barry, Jr., 4 years old and Christopher and Victoria who are one-year-old twins.  In her spare time, you can find her at the soccer field with her kids.
Dr. Iguobadia  is bright, energetic and has been a great addition to the Lifeguard Pediatrics family. She  has a calling to serve and care for all children and is honored to care for the children and families here in Middle Georgia, changing and improving the lives of those around her.