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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
We have received our shipment of the Preservative Free Influenza Vaccine. Call (630) 690-7300 today to schedule an appointment!
Wheaton Pediatrics encourages flu vaccination annually and believes that all vaccines play an important role in your child’s healthcare. TheAmericanAcademyof Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that all people age 6 months and older receive the flu vaccine each year. Our office is adequately supplied with the live intranasal flu vaccine, FluMist. Children who are healthy and are [...]
LITTLE BY LITTLE HAITI OCTOBER 22, 2014 In October, Vanda will be leading a medical mission team to Haiti. You can partner with Vanda and Mountain Top Ministries by donating any of the items listed below. Donations will be collected at Wheaton Pediatrics until October 8th. ITEMS NEEDED FOR PHARMACY: Albuterol & Ventolin inhalers Children’s [...]
WHEATON PEDIATRICS LTD. OPENS NEW BATAVIA PRACTICE TO MEET NEEDS OF WESTERN SUBURBS Premiere Medical Home Serves Families in Wheaton, and the Now the Tri-Cities Area Chicago, Ill. - December 2013 - Wheaton Pediatrics, Ltd. will open a second office in Batavia, Ill., in January 2014. Wheaton Pediatrics was founded by Dr. Peter Liber in [...]
Cold winter weather can cause more than just rosy cheeks. Unfortunately, chilly conditions can also bring uncomfortable dryness to your child’s skin, especially on their face, hands and feet. Just because there is less moisture outside, doesn’t mean your child’s skin has to suffer. There are ways to hydrate their skin and keep the glow, even in the harsh winter weather, according to Dr. Cindy Ambler of Wheaton Pediatrics (55 E. Loop Road, Wheaton, Ill.).
Nearly all parents have experienced finding their child flushed, hot and uncomfortable because of a fever. Dr. Ruben Rucoba and the physicians of Wheaton Pediatrics in Wheaton, Ill., can advise parents on what to do when their little one’s forehead feels warm and the thermometer indicates a heightened temperature.