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Pediatrician Chicago, IL

Find a Pediatrician in Chicago, IL who offers pediatric services including primary medical care for infants, children and adolescents.

Results for Chicago, IL

  • Pierre Noisette, MD 490 Points

    Pierre Noisette, MD

    8541 S State St Ste 10
    Chicago, IL 60619
  • Maria Staisz, MD
    360 Points

    Maria Staisz, MD

    6416 W Belmont Ave
    Chicago, IL 60634
  • Kamala Ghaey, MD 310 Points

    Kamala Ghaey, MD

    Kidz Health
    4655 N Elston Ave
    Chicago, IL 60630
  • Richard Nachman, MD 210 Points

    Richard Nachman, MD

    Northside-Suburban Pediatric
    4801 W Peterson Ave Ste 506
    Chicago, IL 60646
  • Monte Hetland, MD 200 Points

    Monte Hetland, MD

    840 S Wood St # Mc-856
    Chicago, IL 60612
  • Bennett Kaye, MD 200 Points

    Bennett Kaye, MD

    2900 N Ashland Ave
    Chicago, IL 60657
  • Laura Mikhail, MD
    200 Points

    Laura Mikhail, MD

    1030 N Clark Street
    Suite 400
    Chicago, IL 60610
  • Aurelia Peera, MD 170 Points

    Aurelia Peera, MD

    Northside-Suburban Pediatric
    4801 W Peterson Ave # 503, Northside Sbrbn Ped Assoc
    Chicago, IL 60646

Pediatrician Info

Pediatrician Summary:
Pediatricians practice pediatrics which is a focus on the mental, social and physical health of children from birth to adulthood. Pediatricians diagnose and treat infections, illnesses, injuries and childhood diseases. Pediatricians can choose to enter general care or they can specialize in a system of the body, such as heart, kidney, or lung conditions.

Education and Training: After attending four years of medical school, a student wishing to practice pediatrics must complete three years of pediatric training as an intern or resident. To become a pediatric specialist, another one to three years of training is required. There are 12 different specialties that a pediatrician can choose to enter. Once the training has been completed, three Medical Licensing Certification exams must be passed, followed by the American Board of Pediatrics Certification Exam. This exam must be passed every seven years in order to retain certification and licensing.

Pediatrician FAQs:
What is a Pediatrician?
A Pediatrician is a physician who cares for children, from an infant to adolescent age. A Pediatrician specializes in diseases in young, growing bodies.

What duties does a Pediatrician have?
A Pediatrician gives immunization shots, orders tests to diagnose disease, treats infections and injuries, and advises on the nutritional needs of children. A Pediatrician can help with behavioral problems, developmental disorders, stress and depression in children.

What should one look for in a pediatrician?
When searching for a Pediatrician one may want to consider:
- What is the Pediatrician's office location and hours?
- Is the Pediatrician available after hours?
- How is the Pediatrician's office presentation?
- Does the Pediatrician accept the right insurance?
- Does the Pediatrician provide referrals?
- Which hospital is the Pediatrician affiliated with?
- Is there an in-office laboratory?

Pediatrician Related Terms:
children's health, immunization, strep throat, chicken pox, ear infection, childhood diseases, vaccine, MMR, Hepatitis children vaccine, Diphtheria Tetanus Pertussis child vaccine, influenza child vaccine, Hepatitis vaccine, Meningococcal child vaccine, child Swine flu vaccine