UI Health Pediatrics
The Department of Pediatrics at UI Health delivers compassionate, personalized care to children of all ages, from infancy into young adulthood. At UI Health, we bring together primary and specialty pediatric care in one location. From well-child visits and immunizations in our clinics, to advanced care and emergency services on our designated pediatric hospital floor, we work with your family to address your medical and emotional concerns while providing the best care to your child. Our team helps manage chronic medical conditions and diseases to ensure your child grows up healthy and develops properly. We are your partner in your child’s health.
Areas of Expertise
Our general pediatricians provide preventative care that ensures children grow up healthy and develop properly.
Our adolescent medicine clinics provide primary and specialty care — including gynecologic and weight-loss services — to teens age 12–21.
Our program provides family-based care, including bariatric surgery procedures, for children and teenagers who want to achieve a healthier lifestyle.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at UI Health provides the best possible care for premature newborns and critically ill infants.
The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) provides specialized care for children with severe respiratory, circulatory, or neurological problems, including children who have undergone transplantation or other surgical procedures.
We provide diagnostic evaluations and management of respiratory and allergy-related disorders, including asthma and allergies, in infants, children, and adolescents.
Our Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery teams diagnose and treat acquired heart problems and congenital heart disease or malfunction in children.
Our pediatric endocrinologists provide comprehensive care to children and adolescents with diabetes and glandular disorders.
The Division of Pediatric Neurology provides cares for children with nervous system problems, including epilepsy and headaches, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, and brain disorders.