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Welcome to Pediatric Health Care Associates

We care for Infants, Children, Adolescents and Young adults. Our mission is to provide comprehensive care to your children in the most compassionate way. Here your child is the most important person. Our Physicians and staff are professional and caring, while being competent so your child gets the best possible care. We strive to provide state-of the art care by continuously updating knowledge and technology.

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Conditions

It is rare for children to become seriously ill with no warning. Based on your child's symptoms, you should usually contact your child's pediatrician for advice. Timely treatment of symptoms can prevent an illness from getting worse or turning into an emergency.

A Look At Your Child’s Future
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A Look At Your Child’s Future

Has your teenager with ADHD been frustrated by the work demands of his high school environment and longed for the time when he can run his own life and be his own boss? Does he have a special passion or talent that occupies much of his energy and att...
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Hand Washing: A Powerful Antidote to Illness
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Hand Washing: A Powerful Antidote to Illness

How many times have you and your child washed your hands today? You might not have given it much thought. It’s either part of your routine, done frequently without thinking, or maybe you don’t do it much at all. But as your pediatrician may ...
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To Keep Teenagers Alert, Schools Let Them Sleep In
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To Keep Teenagers Alert, Schools Let Them Sleep In

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Jilly Dos Santos really did try to get to school on time. She set three successive alarms on her phone. Skipped breakfast. Hastily applied makeup while her fuming father drove. But last year she rarely made it into the frantic scrum a...
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Depression Rates Rise for Girls During Teen Years
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Depression Rates Rise for Girls During Teen Years

Experts say parents should take signs seriously, intervene early Rates of major depression skyrocket among young girls as they move through the already vulnerable period of adolescence. According to new research, about 5 percent of 12-year-old girl...
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Precautions for International Travel: Information for Parents
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Precautions for International Travel: Information for Parents

When you and your child are traveling abroad, you want the experience to be fun, educational, and disease free. Talk to Your Pediatrician Before Your Trip A good starting point is right in your pediatrician’s office many weeks before your trip....
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Conditions

It is rare for children to become seriously ill with no warning. Based on your child’s symptoms, you should usually contact your child’s pediatrician for advice. Timely treatment of symptoms can prevent an illness from getting worse or turning into an emergency.

Office Hours

Address 3275 NORTH ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ROAD, SUITE 410 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, ILLINOIS 60004
Phone847-577-827