Charles E. Baldwin, MD

Dr. Baldwin received his undergraduate degree from Wheaton College in 1969.  He then spent a year studying biochemistry at the University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois.  In 1974, Dr. Baldwin graduated with his four year medical degree from the Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois.

At that time, Dr. Baldwin decided that he wanted to dedicate his medical practice to helping children.  In 1974, he entered the General Surgery Program at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.  In 1979, Dr. Baldwin moved to Kansas City, Missouri to complete his Pediatric Surgery training at the Children's Mercy Hospital.  Dr. Baldwin additionally ran the Burn Unit at Children's Mercy Hospital and gained special interest and training in Pediatric Urology.

From 1981 to 2006, Dr. Baldwin was a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatric Surgery at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.  At the time he operated and instructed at the Children's Hospital of Alabama.  Additionally, he maintained an active private practice as a Board Certified Pediatric Surgeon.  Dr. Baldwin is a Fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics  for the Surgical Section and the Critical Care Section.  Dr. Baldwin is also a Fellow in the American College of Surgeons.  Dr. Baldwin's professional memberships include The American Pediatric Surgical Association; American Medical Association; the San Antonio Pediatric Society and the Texas Medical Association.

In May 2006, Dr. Baldwin and his family moved to San Antonio.  Dr. Baldwin relocated his practice to the Atrium at North Central Baptist Hospital.  Currently, his professional activities include:  the Director of Pediatric Surgery at North Central Baptist Hospital, the Chairman of Pediatric Sub-Specialty Committee at North Central Baptist Hospital and the Vice-Chairman Elect to the Department of Pediatrics at North Central Baptist Hospital.

Dr. Baldwin and his wife reside in Boerne with their two daughters.  He also has three adult children and three beautiful grand-daughters.  His interests outside of pediatric surgery include time with family, church activities, horseback riding, reading and outdoor activities.

Nurse Skye

Skye Baldwin graduated from Wallace State College in 1996 with her Associateís Degree in Nursing. She was the secretary of her Nursing class. In 1998, Skye graduated from The University of Alabama in Huntsville with her Bachelorís Degree in Nursing and was awarded a member of Sigma Theta Tau, The National Nurseís Honor Society.  In 2000 she obtained her Masterís Degree, Family Nurse Practitioner, from the University of Alabama in Huntsville.  Skye has worked in Womenís Health, Labor and Delivery, Nursery, NICU and Pediatrics.  Skye has worked with Dr. Baldwin, at The Childrenís Hospital of Alabama since 2000. She has been his Office Nurse since 2008.

Skye is happily married with two daughters. Skye lives in Boerne and is active in her church.  In her time away from the office, she enjoys horse-back riding, painting, cooking, reading, traveling and spending time with her family.