Wheaton Pediatrics now has influenza clinics open. Please call to schedule your family today. We are administering the injectable vaccine for patients 6 months and up. A cash payment of $35 is due at the time of service for parents who wish to receive the injectable influenza vaccine. Call today!
Wheaton Pediatrics now has influenza clinics open. Please call to schedule your family today. Please note, that we have not received the Public Aide injectable vaccine for children 6-35 months old. Due to our limited supply of influenza mist, we will not be able to schedule appointments for the influenza mist. If you prefer mist [...]
The Informed Parent Series (IPS) is and educational advocate of children with special needs. They believe that knowledge is power, and their mission is to "empower parents with unique, relevant in-depth information." There are several upcoming seminars: October 20th, at 7:00pm - "Apraxia, Dyspraxia and ASD - the Neurology behind the Diagnosis" - Speaker [...]
Little By Little is traveling back to Haiti in mid October. Wheaton Pediatrics is collecting donations to help them on their mission trip. Vanda has compiled a "wish list" of items for the trip to treat the people of Haiti. The clinic is located in the town of Gramouthe. Donations can be made at our [...]
Wheaton Pediatrics has partnered with the Young Hearts for Life cardiac screening program. Wheaton Pediatrics will provide ECGs (electrocardiograms) to their patients between the ages of 12-25 at no charge. An ECG is painless test that can help to detect conditions that may result in sudden cardiac death. The ECG will be interpreted by a [...]
Does your child have trouble with reading, writing, spelling and/or math? Are you concerned about dyslexia? Please visit the websites below to learn more on dyslexia and support options available in the area. Decoding Dyslexia - IL www.decodingdyslexiail.org Illinois Dyslexia Buddy Network www.dyslexiabuddynetwork.com
Little By Little is traveling to Haiti March 23-30th, and they are packing for their trip on March 1st. The January Little by Little team just returned back and treated 1200 patients in their 5 days of care. Needless to say, supplies go quickly and need replacing. Vanda has compiled a "wish list" of items [...]
At Wheaton Pediatrics we are following the CDC guidelines for measles immunization. The first dose of MMR is given at 12 months of age and the second is given between 4 and 6 years of age. At this time the extremely low number of cases locally do not warrant a change in vaccine policy. If [...]
January 6, 2015 By Ruben J. Rucoba, MD Three months ago, if I asked you which illness you were more afraid of, Ebola virus or the flu, you most likely would have answered, “Ebola.” Now, in the first days of 2015, if I asked the same question, your answer might have changed. But I [...]
We have received our shipment of the Preservative Free Influenza Vaccine. Call (630) 690-7300 today to schedule an appointment!