Belle Lambkin-Alexander, MD, FAAP

Belle Lambkin-Alexander, MD, FAAP






West Palm Beach […]


Doctor of Medicine
Columbia University, Physicians and Surgeons
New York, NY

Bachelor of Science, Biology
Brooklyn College
Brooklyn, NY


Miami Children’s Hospital
Miami, FL

Dr Lambkin-Alexander was born on the island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.  She moved to New York City at the age of 12 with her three siblings, and her mom, to join her father who was already residing there. What a culture shock!! From greenery everywhere to concrete everywhere. Dr. Lambkin-Alexander quickly adapted and fell in love with the city. Attending school in New York City from junior high school through medical school, she graduated from Columbia University Physicians and Surgeons in 1995 before relocating to Miami for residency at what was then Miami Children’s Hospital (now: Nicklaus Children’s Hospital). Her forgotten love of the sunshine and greenery she experienced as a child was quickly rekindled and so decided to stay. She has since worked from Lake City, Florida to Liberty City, Florida and many parts in between. Dr. Lambkin-Alexander’s last three years were spent working with a Native American tribe before joining Palm Beach Pediatrics.  She has met so many culturally diverse patients and colleagues through her travels that made all of the moving around worth it.  Dr. Lambkin-Alexander looks forward taking root and spending many years with Palm Beach Pediatrics, becoming an integral part in lives of her patients.

“The best part of being a pediatrician is seeing children’s lives changed because you cared for them physically, mentally, and emotionally. They make this work special.”

When not working, Dr. Lambkin-Alexander enjoys gardening, her two fluffy companions, time spent with family, and definitely thrifting!

What Dr. Lambkin-Alexander enjoys about working at Palm Beach Pediatrics

I enjoy the camaraderie of the staff, willingness to work as a team.  I enjoy the diversity of the patients and their willingness to embrace a new doctor, hard being the new face sometimes.