Tom Roberts, D.O.
Dr. Tom Roberts grew up in the northwest suburbs of Chicago and after spending seven years as a counselor and assistant site director for Northwest Special Recreation, decided on a career working with children. He graduated with honors with a Degree in Biology from Eastern Illinois University in 2006. He then received his D.O. from Midwestern University’s Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2010 and completed his residency in pediatrics at Hope Children’s Hospital in Oaklawn, Illinois in 2013. Dr. Roberts is on staff at Rosalind Franklin Chicago Medical School as adjunct faculty instructing medical students. He has been in private practice in the south suburbs of Chicago the past six years and was the former Chair of Normal Newborn Committee at Advocate Christ Medical Center. Dr. Roberts is fluent in Spanish and able to provide care for Spanish-speaking patients. His areas of interest include general pediatric care, pediatric development, nutrition, asthma and ADHD. Dr. Roberts is board certified in pediatrics and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Tom lives in the western suburbs with his wife and daughter. He enjoys running, reading, travelling, hiking, playing guitar, and spending time with his family.