Expecting Parents

The first thing you should know is that our doctors personally return your calls and cover after-hours, so you can rest assured you will always talk with a pediatrician directly.  Our doctors provide personal and individual attention to our patients.  We have walk-in sick hours, and are open 365 days per year to ensure you can be seen in our office if needed. All our compassionate Pediatricians are board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, and will provide you with the finest medical care available.

We know you have a choice when it comes to choosing a pediatrician to take care of your baby.  We would be honored to be your choice for pediatric care. Associated Pediatric Partners has been trusted by parents to provide care to their children for more than 70 years.

You are invited to attend a no-charge prenatal session in our office where you can meet with one of our doctors, and have your questions answered about our philosophy and approach to infant care. Even if you decide not to choose us as your doctor, you will leave with a detailed booklet of information on how to take care of your newborn.

You have a choice who your pediatrician will be for your child. Be sure to let the labor and delivery staff, and your obstetrician, know that you have selected Associated Pediatric Partners for your baby’s care – our phone number is 847-498-3434.  They will let us know when your baby is born so we can visit you in the hospital.  We also need to see your baby shortly after you have been discharged from the hospital, so please call us to schedule your baby’s first visit.

Our physicians are on staff at Highland Park Hospital, Evanston Hospital, Lutheran General Hospital and Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.

Expecting parents have many questions. Review the information on Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago site to help you navigate the process.  Then contact us to set you up a free consultation with one board certified pediatricians

Download this flyer from the American Academy of Pediatrics which provides a quick overview of the world of parenting