Our Board Certified Pediatricians work as a team to provide continuous care for your child. We believe in providing quality care that is affordable and accessible to you. We know that today’s parents live a busy life and healthcare is expensive. We provide high quality personal care to our patients. We see our patients within 24-48 hours. Our office has been serving the needs of children since 1971.
We are located at
1012 95th Street, Suite 7, Naperville IL 60564.
It is best for us to see patients who are sick. Our office has the ability to test for common infections like Flu, RSV, COVID, Strep, etc. We will know the results of these rapid tests before you leave the office. Alternatively, if you are unsure of what to do, you can call the office and ask for the physician who will return your call as soon as possible. If you are an established patient, you may also request a telehealth visit.
We schedule well visits for children during normal business office hours. We ask that you keep your child's normal routine visits so that we can maintain their proper vaccination schedule and monitor your child's growth and development, especially in the two years of life. We recommend yearly preventative well visits for all children 3 and older. Illinois school districts require preventative exams when entering preschool, kindergarten, 6th and 9th grades. We strongly recommend a check before your child enters college.
We perform telemedicine visits with the use of doximitry software. Co-pays are collected at the time of scheduling. If that televist results in a regular office visit within 24 hours, we will apply your co pay to the follow up visit. We will either set up a specific time to call you or you can elect for us to call you as soon as we can. Telemedicine visits are most appropriate for follow up problems and not appropriate for febrile illnesses.
We are able to test for COVID 19 infections using a direct florescent antibody test made by Quidel, here in the US. This test is considered on par or equivalent to a standard PCR test. We are also able to to test for influenza A, influenza B, RSV and Strep infections - all within 15 minutes. These tests significantly help us determine the cause of any febrile child's illness. We are a registered state testing and vaccination site. Our vaccine supply is subject to availability to us though the State of Illinois.
If you are new to our office, please download and completre the patient registration form below.
We offer flexible office hours so that your child can obtain an office visit with us within 24 hours/365 days a year. We are open weekdays (M to F) 9 AM to 1 PM and then 2PM to 6 PM, We are open on Saturdays from 9 am to 1 PM. On Sundays we 10-11 AM we offer a No Appointment Needed Sick Visit Hour. Consultations are available and individually scheduled. Or, you can call the office and speak to our physician on-call after hours at any time.
We reserve the right to change our office hours based on the needs of our community and you, our patient.
All of our medical staff are certified by the American Boad of Pediatrics and are members of the American Academy of Pediatrics. They are specialists in the care of newborns, infants, children, adolescents and young adults.
graduated from a combined M.D.- Ph.D. program at the University of Chicago in 1984. He continued at the University of Chicago where he also completed an internship and residency in Pediatrics. Dr. Rubin has been in private practice since 1987. Dr. Rubin has special interests in learning disabilities including ADD/ADHD and autism. He also created Dr. Rubin’s Mini Medical School for High School Students program in 2004. In Feburary 2019 the program was chosen by the medical journal Medical Ecconomics as a "Change Maker" for fostering future physicians. He is on the associate staff at Lurie Children;s Hospital, Chicago IL. Dr. Rubin is an active member of the medical staff of Edward Hospital where he has served in many positions including past chair of the department of Pediatrics.
graduated from Goa Medical College, University of Bombay in India in 1991. She did her internship at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Wichita, Kansas and completed her residency in Pediatrics at Lutheran General Hospital in Chicago in 1998. She received the 1998 Seymour Metrick Award for the outstanding Pediatric Resident at Lutheran General Hospital. She has been in private practice at Naperville Pediatrics since 1999. Dr. Lawande is an active member of the medical staff at Edward Hospital and is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics. Dr. Lawande can speak Hindi, Marathi and Konkani in addition to English.
Congratulations! You are expecting a baby. Its a busy and stressful time. One thing you should decide is who you want to care for your baby. To help you decide, we offer a free prenatal visit with one of our pediatricians. This allows you to get to know your child's doctor before he or she is born, get familliar with our facility and philosophy. We are glad to meet you and answer all of your questions. If you are expecting, please call the office to arrange for a free prenatal visit.
Newborns are not small adults and have their own special needs. All of our pediatricians are trained in the care of newborns. We are on staff at Edward Hospital, Naperville. If your baby is born there, we will evaluate them within 24 hours of birth. If your baby is born at an outside hospital, use the hospitalist on call and ask them to call us if they find any concerns. After your hospital stay, we ask you bring your newborn to our office within 2-4 days for a followup visit. We are able to treat the majority of common problems seen in newborns. We will discuss and refer to you an expert if we find any rare defects or diseases.
Preventative care works. We believe that early intervention is best for children. We closely follow your child's first 2 years of growth and development while offering proven methods of parenting and saftey advice to enable your child to grow to his or her maximim potential. We offer vaccines at safe and effective intervals. We screen your child for developmental problems, anemia, tuberculosis, lead exposure, diabetes, urinary tract infections and depression on regular intervals. We follow the American Academy of Pediatrics health screening guidelines.
Illinois law requires a school physidal exam within a year of entry to preschool, kindergarten, 6th grade, 9th grade and college. In addition to the physical exam students are screened for TB, Lead, Diabetes, and Anemia. A student must also be immunized against a long list of infections for which the specifics depend on the student's age and grade. Our pediatricians will evaluate your child's immunization records and inform you what you need to be compliant with the laws and what vaccinations are optional and recommended.
The CDC recommeds flu vacination for all children and adults. We strive to acheive this goal by providing a Flu Prevention Program.. Each fall we call every patient who had the vaccine last year and offer them this year's flu vaccine. In addition, all patients and their parents are offered a flu vaccine when they are seen for their yearly exam in the fall. Children younger than 2 years and adults older than 65 are at an increased risk of complications from flu. In order to provide the best possible protection to our young children, a flu vaccine should be taken by any caretaker, chronically ill child or immuno compromized child. To that end, we offer the flu vaccine as a convenience to any care taker of infants or children. When a patient presents to our office with symptoms of flu, we have the ability to test for influenza A or B strains using a nasal swab. This early detection enables us to offer early treatment and provide the best possible out comes.
Our pediatricicans have advised patients on foreign travel for over 30 years. If you are traveling, and need advice, consider coming to us for help, advice and protection. The physicain will review all of your health travel needs. We maintain a stock of typhoid vaccine, meningitis vaccine, injectable polio and we will advise you on malaria prophylaxis. If traveling, please call us and make a visit to discuss your travel plans and we will review with you the current recommendation(s) for medication(s). We will then decide with you , which vaccines you need. If you have a special need, we usually can obtain the vaccine or drug through our suppliers. Please be advised insurance coverage for foreign travel greatly varies depending on your heath plan. Most vaccines used for foreign travel are not routinely used in the U.S. A. and thus are not considered routine.
Our pediatricians are experts at evaluating sick and/or injured children. Our office is set up with 2 additional rooms to handle these children: (1) an isolation rash room with entrance and exit to our hallway by passing our check-in waiting rooms and a (2) treatment room designed for handling all kinds of injuries in children ranging from suturing a laceration and casting broken bones to the removal of all kinds of foreign bodies from the nose, ear or other orifice. We are also equipped to handle and test for a wide range of infections: influenza, strep, urinary infections, pneumonia, etc. We have nebulizers and lung function testing equipment for our asthmatic patients. We are able to handle >95 % of childhood infections and illnesses.
Many childhood illnesses are managable and treatable but no cure exsist. Many of these diseases to cure over a long period of time but the outcomes are always best when the problem is managed rather than allowing it to wax and wean on its own. Our pediatricians are highly trained and experienced with a wide range of diseases and are more than capable of treating a long list of chronic diseases. These patients are seen every 3 months to monitor their progress and miminize the side effects of their treatrment.
With over 50 years of combined experience, our pediatricians have seen a wide variety of diseases, and have managed a wide variety of conditions. Sometimes a parent is unhappy with the advice and treatment they are receiving and need an expert to review their child's records, offer the best course of treatment or simply want to verify the treatment of their child's disease and need a second opinion. You can request a second opinion by calling our office, identify yourself as a non-patient looking for a second opinion and the staff will schedule you.
Welcome to our office. Please complete this form before your first visit and bring it in with you or fax it to 630-357-8027.
This for is for patients who need to transfer their records. Please complete the form and either fax it to us at 630-357-8027 or bring it in to the office.
Please complete this form before coming in for a COVID vaccine. The vaccine is free of charge but the cost of administration is not. If you insurance does not cover it this cost, we will not bill you. Rather we will submit the claim to the US government. We will not go any further to seek compensation for our work. This process is mandated by law.
Please register using this form. You need to register for each person being tested only one time. Upon arrival, our nurse will find your registration and each time you are tested, a few questions on your symptoms. The results will be tested or emailed to you within 24 hours or less. If you need, you can wait aproximately 16 minutes and we can give you a printed copy of your results.
1012 95th St. , Suite 7
Naperville IL 60564
Land Line: 630-357-1030
Fax Line: 630-357-8027
Business Hours are Monday through Friday 9 AM to 12 Noon, 2 PM to 4 PM.
Office Hours are Monday through Friday 9 AM to 1 PM and 2 PM to 6 PM.