Choosing a pediatrician is probably one of the most important decisions parents have to make.
That is why we offer prenatal and new patient consultations to help you choose the right physician for your family.
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Picking a pediatrician is probably one of the most important decisions expectant parents have to make. That’s why we offer you a free prenatal consultation. It’s your chance to ask questions and prepare for the exciting journey ahead. Many parents have questions about breastfeeding, circumcision , scheduled examinations, childhood immunizations, office policies, after hours/emergency care, and our on-call structure. Call us today to arrange an appointment.
New Patient Consult
We are available to meet new families re-locating to the area or new to our practice who would like to arrange for a consultation.
Consultations are your opportunity to learn more about our doctors, staff, practice and to ask us questions. Many parents have questions about scheduled examinations, childhood immunizations, office policies, after hours/emergency care, and our on-call structure.
American Academy of Pediatrics: KidsDoc Symptom Checker
AAP Healthy Children Radio Show
Important Recommended Vaccine Reference
We are proud to be affiliated with these established organizations:
American Academy of Pediatrics
Children’s Community Physicians Association
Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
Lurie’s Children Health Partners Clinically Integrated Network
Schedule of Visits
Well child visits are an important opportunity to monitor your child’s health and growth, address any concerns or medical problems and to provide necessary preventative care, such as immunizations and anticipatory guidance to your family.
There are frequent well child visits in the first two years of your child’s life due to the rapid growth and development that occurs over that time period.
If you are delivering at Evanston Hospital, we will come to the hospital to visit you and examine your baby there. Upon discharge, your doctor will recommend the timing for your first office visit. This is usually a few days after going home. If you are delivering at another hospital there will be an appointed pediatrician that will examine your baby and advise you on follow-up upon your discharge.
The subsequent well visits occur at:
1 month old
2 months old
4 months old
6 months old
9 months old
12 months old
15 months old
18 months old
24 months old
Following that we strongly recommend scheduling an annual well visit with your primary pediatrician to monitor growth and development.