PCMH Reporting


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Oakbrook Pediatrics is working towards improving the quality of care given to our patients. We are striving to ensure that all patients receive the care they deserve. We recently improved on our quality measurements of tobacco, weight assessment.  Click on the link above to see our results.

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We have taken your feedback from your patient satisfaction surveys and have put them into action. Expanding our hours has shown a significant improvement with patient satisfaction.  Click on the link above to see our results.



Why does your child need a personal physician?

Choosing a pediatrician as your child’s primary care provider is important for keeping him/her healthy and happy. Pediatricians are specially trained to treat children and are on the cutting edge of pediatric healthcare, ensuring your child will receive the best and most advanced care possible. Having one provider who knows your child’s health history and current conditions will keep her/him up to date on all checkups, vaccines, and screenings. Your child’s personal pediatrician is also more equipped to recognize problems and connect you with any other healthcare resources than an urgent care doctor or any other provider who does not know his/her history. The providers at Oakbrook Pediatrics have been proud to serve the community for a number of years and are excited to continue to provide the best and most personalized care for your children.


New Extended Hours

We have added some early morning and late day hours to our schedule for more flexibility for our patients!

Monday – 8:30am – 5:00pm

Tuesday – 7:30am – 5:00pm

Wednesday – 7:30am – 6:00pm

Thursday – 7:30am – 6:00pm

Friday – 8:30am – 5:00pm


Back to school time is a season where many children with Asthma will suffer a flare of symptoms.  Pollen, dust mites, animal dander and viral upper respiratory infections (colds) all contribute to “trigger” and inflame asthma symptoms.

Symptoms include:


Chest tightness

Cough( especially at night or with exercise)

Shortness of breath

If your child has asthma or has symptoms that might suggest asthma, please schedule an appointment. We like to see our patients with asthma in the fall and spring to ensure that they are on the correct controller medications to help prevent symptom flares.  Flu vaccines are very important to receive as well.

For more information on asthma, avoidance of triggers, controller medication and rescue medication, please visit www.healthychildren.org

Child Health Bulletin


Safety in the summertime is very important!

  • Infants under six months old should avoid direct sun exposure when possible and wear protective clothing such as a hat and sunglasses.
  • Children over six months old can use sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher when in direct sunlight.
  • Choose a water resistant, hypoallergenic sunscreen. Make sure to apply the sunscreen at least thirty minutes prior to sun exposure and continue to reapply every 2-3 hours.