As part of our efforts to keep all of you as safe and healthy as possible, we will be implementing several changes at our offices effective immediately:

Wheaton Location: 

All well visits will be scheduled in the morning, and sick visits in the afternoon. Our current hours are:

Monday-Friday: 8:00am – 4:00pm

Saturday: 8:30am – 3:00pm

Sunday: 9:00am – 1:00pm

Batavia Location:

Monday-Friday: 8:30am – 2:00pm

Saturday: 8:30am – 12:00pm

In an effort to minimize any risk to you and your family, please remember that we offer virtual visits using your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Please visit www.pediatrust.com/virtualvisits for more information on how virtual visits work and how to register. 

Upon calling or upon scheduling an appointment with us, you will be asked if you, your child, or anyone in your household has traveled internationally within the last 14 days, or has had contact with a known, lab-confirmed case of Coronavirus. If this is the case, our staff will advise you on your next steps and will help coordinate your care. 

We are trying our best to limit the number of people in our offices, so we ask that you please limit the number of family members present. If possible, leave siblings who do not need to be seen at home and have only one parent/guardian come in with the patient. Since the elderly are more at risk, if possible, please try not to have grandparents bring your child in.

For our After-hours Care service in Libertyville and Wheaton, the doors will now be locked and will have instructions posted on calling to answer our screening questions before you will be seen by one of our physicians until further notice. The Arlington Heights After-hours Care clinic is temporarily closed. For more information including the recently updated hours, visit https://pediatrust.com/services/after-hours-care/.

As a precaution, we do have protective equipment on hand if there is a suspected case of Coronavirus, and we have CDC-recommended protocols in place. We are continuing to sanitize everything in our office regularly for your safety.

For the latest updates on COVID19, visit cdc.gov/coronavirus

Your child’s health is our first priority. We will be providing more updates as more information becomes available. If you have any questions or concerns, please call our office- we’re here when you need us.

Dr. Peter I. Liber started Wheaton Pediatrics in 1987 as a solo practitioner. Today, Wheaton Pediatrics has grown to become one of the area’s most respected pediatric practices with seven pediatricians and two pediatric nurse practitioners, in addition to talented nurses, medical assistants, and administrative and support staff.

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A part of the Wheaton community for more than 25 years, Wheaton Pediatrics, Ltd., is committed to providing our families with a true medical home – a place where parents and children alike feel comfortable asking questions and have peace of mind that they will receive quality health care.  Wheaton Pediatrics is committed to ensuring the proper growth and development of our patients, whether they are healthy or have special ongoing health needs.

The Wheaton Pediatrics team believes it is important to work side-by-side with parents, who know their children best.  Wheaton Pediatrics uses the most up-to-date treatments and guidelines, while also practicing old-fashioned values of honesty, open communication, listening, compassion, and when appropriate, a sense of humor.  In a quick-fix world, the team at Wheaton Pediatrics is committed to establishing long-term relationships with patients and families.  Three generations of local area families have “grown up” with Wheaton Pediatrics.

Wheaton Pediatrics offers a full range of pediatric health services including:

 

  • Newborn care at Central DuPage Hospital
  • Well child care from birth through college
  • Sick care (usually with same-day appointments available)
  • School and sports physicals
  • Specialist referrals
  • Coordinated care for children with special health needs as part of a medical home
  • Care for internationally adopted children