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Pediatricians for Children and Adolescents With Autism

Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center
The Pediatric Developmental Center

3040 N. Wilton Ave., second floor
Chicago, IL 60657
(773) 296-7340
Cook County
Accepts private and public insurance.
Conducts evaluations and will refer onto professionals in other fields of discipline.

Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
Developmental Pediatric Clinics

1775 Dempster St.
Park Ridge, IL 60068
(847) 723-2210
Cook County
Conducts evaluations and will refer onto professionals in other fields of discipline.

Alexian Brothers Pediatric Specialty Group
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
Nancy Keck, MD

Doctors Office Building 1
1555 N. Barrington Road, Suite 415
Hoffman Estates, IL 60194
(847) 490-4222
Cook County
email: pediatrics@alexian.net
Provide a comprehensive medical, developmental, behavioral, and psycho-educational evaluation.
Ages: birth to 18 years.
Accepts private and public insurance.
Two-month wait list.

Lurie Children's Hospital Outpatient Center in Lincoln Park
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
Dana Brazdziunas, MD

2515 N. Clark St., 8th floor
Chicago, IL 60614
(800) KIDSDOC
Serving: Cook and DuPage counties and greater Chicago
email: KIDSDOC@childrensmemorial.org
Provide interdisciplinary evaluations for children with developmental and behavioral problems, including comprehensive medical, behavioral and developmental assessments for autism spectrum disorder.
Ages: birth to 6 years.
Accepts some private and public insurance.
Possible wait list of two to six months.

Second location:
Children's Memorial at Central DuPage Hospital
25 North Winfield Road
Winfield, IL 60190
(800) KIDSDOC
DuPage County

Highland Park Pediatric Associates
Robert E. Ruderman, MD
1160 Park Ave. West, Sutie 3 East
Highland Park, IL 60035
(847) 432-8422
Lake County
email: info@highlandparkpediatrics.com
Provides routine monthly scheduled visits for infants, annual physical exams for children of all ages, monitor growth physically and developmentally, discuss any chronic health problems and monitor any medications that are prescribed.
Ages: birth to 18 years.
Private insurance accepted.
Possible wait list.

NorthShore University Health System
Center for Neurodevelopmental Disabilities

9811 Woods Dr., Suite 800
Skokie, IL 60077
(847) 570-2577
Cook County
Ages: birth to 18 years.
Developmental pediatrician screen and monitor any neurodevelopmental disability. Work with families and school on an appropriate care plan.
Possible wait list.

Alan I. Rosenblatt, MD
Neurodevelopmental Pediatrician
4801 W. Peterson Ave., Suite 204
Chicago, IL  60646
(773) 481-1818
Cook County
email: drrosenblatt@gmail.com
Rosenblatt has three specialties: neurology, psychiatry and pediatrics. A comprehensive approach that addresses the needs of your child and family will be applied in a supportive and caring setting. Initial assessment consists of two appointments. The first is the parent meeting, the second is the child's assessment. After initial assessment, patient returns back in a week, a month or a year (depending on individual needs).
Ages: birth to 18 years.
Insurance not taken directly, but they will fill out a universal claim form for patient reimbursement.
Cost: $325 (hourly rate).
Two to three month wait list, possibly sooner if there are cancellations.

Rush University Medical Center
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
Cesar Ochoa, MD

1725 W. Harrison St., Suite 710
Chicago, IL 60612
(312) 942-5983
Cook County
Provides screening and evaluation for children with developmental delays.
Ages: birth to 18 years.
Private and public insurance accepted.
Possible wait list.

Kathleen Kuo-Starr, MD  
Pediatric Primary Care
233 E. Erie St., Suite 304
Chicago, IL  60611
(312) 280-1480
Cook County
Provides screening and evaluation for children with developmental delays.
Ages: birth to 18 years.
Private and public insurance accepted.
Possible wait list.

Rush University Medical Center
Pediatric Primary Care Treatment and Services
Carrie L. Drazba, MD
Austin Hanrahan, MD
Anita Kewalramani, MD
Sherald Leonard, MD

Uma Levy, MD
Gina Lowell, MD
Sharon Sholiton, MD
Renee Slade, MD
Bridget L. Voigt, MD
Beth Volin, MD
1645 W. Jackson Blvd., Suite 200
Chicago, IL  60612
(312) 942-2200
Cook County
Provides screening for children with developmental delays.
Ages: birth to 18 years.
Private and public insurance accepted.
Possible wait list.

Town and Country Pediatrics
1460 N. Halsted St., Suite 402
Chicago, IL 60642
(312) 279-8900
Cook County
email: officecly@townandcountrypeds.com

Other locations:
6374 N. Lincoln St., Suite 204
Chicago, IL 60659
(773) 478-1067
Cook County
email: officelinc@townandcountrypeds.com

2401 Ravine Way, Suite 103
Glenview, IL 60025
(847) 998-8806
Cook County
email: officeglen@townandcountrypeds.com
Over seventeen board-certified pediatricians on staff, including one certified pediatric nurse practitioner and one child/adolescent  family therapist. Doctors are on staff at the following hospitals: Prentice Women's Hospital at Northwestern Hospital, Lurie Children's Hospital and Evanston Hospital. Facility offers consultation and therapy services when you or your child have emotional or behavioral difficulties, parenting coaching and educational material on their website (e.g. vaccination schedule, early intervention, child and family connections, food intolerance, nutrition, etc.). For more information about staff and autism.
Ages: birth to 18 years.
Private insurance accepted.
No wait list.

University of Chicago Comer Children's Hospital
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
Michael Msall, MD, section chief
5758 South Maryland Ave.
Chicago, IL  60637
(773) 702-3096
Cook County
Provides screening and evaluation for children with developmental delays. Staff will evaluate your child's strengths and challenges and work with you to develop a care plan for your child's ongoing developmental, behavioral, and learning successes. When appropriate, staff provides recommendations for habilitative therapies (speech, occupational, developmental, physical), tutoring, and family support services.
Ages: 3-5 years.
Private insurance accepted.
Three- to six-month wait list.

If you are interested in adding your organization or would like to make changes to a current listing on our website, please contact Natalie Forburger, LCPC, at (312) 563-2272 or natalie_m_forburger@rush.edu.