Pediatrics

Northwestern Memorial Physicians Group Pediatrics offers a full spectrum of primary and preventive care services for infants, children and young adults.

Your child deserves the best care all the way from infancy to young adulthood. At Northwestern Memorial Physicians Group (NMPG) Pediatrics, that means offering a full spectrum of services for all children at every stage of growth and development.

Our board certified pediatricians and nurse practitioners offer personalized care throughout your child's growing years, whether that includes routine care of the attention of a specialist. We stress health education and work to address your concerns as a parent to provide exceptional pediatric health and wellness care.  Our goal is to have you think of us as part of your extended family.   

All NMPG pediatricians are on the medical staffs at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, as well as members of the teaching faculty at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

Pediatric Services

  • Routine health examinations
  • Immunizations
  • Well-child visits
  • School, camp and sports physicals
  • Urgent and non-urgent illnesses

Specialty Services

  • Lactation consultations
  • Care of premature infants
  • Disease maintenance and prevention of chronic health disorders
  • Behavioral disorders
  • Supervised coordination of care for children with special needs
  • Care for internationally adopted children

Pediatric Appointments

To schedule an appointment, call 312-926-PEDS (7337). We often can schedule your appointment for the following day. After-hours calls will be answered by an answering service.

For urgent care, please call 312-926-PEDS (7337) at any time. If necessary, we utilize Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago for emergency services.

Pediatric Phone Advice

Phone advice is available Monday through Friday during regular office hours for free, and after hours for a fee.

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