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Internal Medicine/Pediatrics

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Internal medicine/pediatric physicians are trained in both internal medicine (for adults) and pediatrics (for children). With their wide range of expertise, they can provide comprehensive primary care from birth through adulthood.

Internal medicine/pediatric physicians at Rush University Children's Hospital work with you and your children to achieve and maintain good health.

Because they have training in both pediatrics and internal medicine, they can help manage complex, chronic conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure from childhood through adulthood. And they treat acute conditions such as ear infections or strep throat.

In addition, they collaborate with experts throughout Rush University Children's Hospital and Rush University Medical Center to connect with specialized care when needed.