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Children's Memorial Hospital
Division of Neurology
Dr. Charles Swisher
2300 Children's Plaza
Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 880-4352
Cook County
Provides comprehensive neurological assessments and follow-up testing.
Ages: 0 and up.
Private and public insurance accepted with referral.
four-month wait list is typical.

Children's Memorial at Central DuPage Hospital
Division of Neurology
David B. Sperry, MD
25 N. Winfield
Winfield, IL 60190
(630) 933-1600
DuPage County
Provides comprehensive neurological assessment and evaluation to determine diagnosis or provide follow-up testing.
Ages: 0-18 years
Accepts private and public insurance.
two-month wait list.

Elmhurst Center for Health
Rita Yadava, MD
1200 S. York Road, Suite 4150
Elmhurst, IL 60126
(630) 530-5577
DuPage County
Provides comprehensive neurological assessments and follow-up testing.
Ages: 0-18 years
Private insurance accepted.
four-eight week wait list.

Glenbrook Hospital
Pediatric Neurology and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
Kent Kelley, MD
2150 Pfingsten Road., Third Floor
Glenview, IL 60026
(847) 570-2577
Cook County
Provides comprehensive neurological evaluations to determine diagnosis and follow-up testing.
Private and public insurance accepted.
Ages: 0-18 years
two-three month wait list.

Loyola Center for Children's Health
Pediatric Neurology
Eugene Schnitzler, MD
1 S224 Summit Ave., Suite 101
Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181
(708) 216-3519
DuPage County
Ages: 0 and up.
Provides comprehensive neurological assessment and evaluation to determine diagnosis or provide follow-up testing.
Private insurance accepted.
one-month wait list.

Loyola University Health System
Pediatric Neurology
Eugene Schnitzler, MD
2160 S. First Ave.
Maywood, IL 60153
(708) 216-3519
Cook County
Provides comprehensive neurological assessment and evaluation to determine diagnosis or provide follow-up testing.
Ages: 0 and up.
Accepts private insurance and public aid.
one-month wait list.

Neurotech
1821 Walden Office Square, Suite 447
Schaumburg, IL 60173
(866) 374-7648 (toll free)
(262) 754-0809 (main office)
Cook County
e-mail: info@neurotecheeg.com
Neurotech specializes in conducting home-based EEG studies. A 24-hour EEG or longer (Ambulatory EEG) is the preferred method to properly diagnose seizure activity and frequency. Neurotech's EEG technologists have experience working with adults and children, as well as individuals with physical and mental disabilities.
Ages: 0 and up.
Accepts private and public insurance.
No wait list.

NorthShore University Health System
Pediatric Neurology and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
Kent Kelley, MD
1000 Central Street, Suite 615
Evanston, IL 60201
(847) 570-2577
Cook County
Provides comprehensive neurological evaluations to determine diagnosis and follow-up testing.
Private and public insurance accepted.
Ages: 0-18 years
two- to three-month wait list.

Rush University Medical Center
Peter Heydemann, MD
Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, MD
1725 W. Harrison St.
Chicago, IL 60612
(312) 942-4036
Cook County
Provides comprehensive neurological evaluations to determine diagnosis and follow-up testing.
Private and public insurances accepted.
three-five month wait list.


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