2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION
Need a COVID test? Make an appointment with us!
DuPage Pediatrics offers both rapid antigen and PCR testing for COVID-19.
Get the test if your child:
-is experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms
-needs COVID-19 testing to return to school or daycare
-is asymptomatic but had exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19
Results are available in 2-3 days.COVID-19 VACCINATIONS
DuPage Pediatrics does NOT have the COVID-19 vaccine in the office. You can visit your county's health department's website for more information on COVID-19 vaccinations and to sign up for vaccine updates. The link below answers questions regarding vaccinating children against COVID-19. However, if you have specific questions about your child and if they qualify for the vaccine, you can call our office for more information. https://www.healthychildren.org/English/tips-tools/ask-the-pediatrician/Pages/when-can-children-get-the-COVID-19-vaccine.aspx
COVID-19 vaccination begins in Chicagoland! Your pediatricians trust in this science!
Despite COVID-19, DuPage Pediatrics is committed to remaining open. We will be operating with reduced hours. We are also excited to announce that we are adding Telemedicine Visits via video/phone when appropriate. These services, along with doctor phone calls will be billed to your insurance. Billing for these services is essential to maintain the viability of our practice.
When you arrive at the office for your appointment, please call us to let us know. Our waiting room is currently closed and we ask that you wait in your vehicle until the exam room is ready for you. Also, since social distancing is recommended, we ask that only the patient and one adult come to the office for appointments whenever possible. Please click on the following link for more information regarding social distancing: https://medium.com/@ariadnelabs/social-distancing-this-is-not-a-snow-day-ac21d7fa78b4. We encourage you to complete any necessary paperwork ahead of time by visiting the Patient Forms tab on this website. Paperwork can be submitted electronically by choosing the Secure Online Forms option.
We love each of our families; please stay healthy and safe.
The following link from the AAP and Healthy Children provides helpful information on making the decision on e-learning versus in person learning as schools announce plans for the fall: https://www.healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/COVID-19/Pages/Return-to-School-During-COVID-19.aspx
Please click on the following link for helpful up-to-date information and additional useful links regarding the Coronavirus:
Please be sure to bring your current or new insurance card to each visit. By doing so, this will allow us to verify your insurance coverage and process your claims in a timely manner.
PATIENT PORTAL NOW OPEN!
The Patient Portal is open for use! The portal allows the user to see future appointments, view immunization history, request prescription refills and update demographic information. Please call our office at (630) 810-0900 for your unique User ID and Password. Once signed up, you can easily access the Patient Portal at this homepage directly. Just click on “Patient Portal Access” .
CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL HEALTHCARE NEEDS
DuPage Pediatrics serves as a Medical Home, especially for children with special health care needs. The Medical Home is a relationship between the family and our health care professionals who care for your child. DuPage Pediatrics offers your family the services of a Patient Care Coordinator; Cara Long, RN. Cara is available to coordinate care, provide information on community resources and/or services, and assist families in organizing/tracking medical information. To learn more about these services or to speak with Cara, please call our office at (630) 810-0900 .