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You want only the best pediatric care for your kids…and it's here for you at Northwest Community Hospital

Lurie Children's pediatric emergency medicine specialists

  • The NCH pediatric emergency room is staffed by Lurie Children's specialists board-certified in pediatric emergency medicine
  • Open 9 am to midnight every day
  • The family-centered, child-friendly emergency room is located away from the adult emergency room
  • For a list of Lurie Children's pediatric emergency medicine specialists, click here

Lurie Children's pediatric hospitalists

  • In-patient care for children is closely monitored and coordinated by hospital-based physicians, known as hospitalists, from Lurie Children's
  • On site 24/7 to provide medical supervision, timely communication and consultation with the child’s pediatrician

Pediatric nurse practitioners and pediatric nurses

  • Pediatric nurse practitioners and pediatric nurses, specially trained in advanced care and treatment of children through courses recognized by the American Heart Association and the Emergency Nurses Association, provide hands-on care for young patients

Lurie Children's neonatologists

  • Neonatalogists with additional training in the care of sick and premature babies are at NCH 24/7, working with your pediatrician to make sure your baby receives the very best care
  • Our Level III NICU is state-certified to treat and monitor high-risk infants, premature newborns and babies needing a high level of technological support

Lurie Children's pediatric specialists

  • Pediatric specialists in nearly 20 subspecialties from Lurie Children's are available for outpatient appointments on the NCH campus at the Busse Center
  • For the on-site schedule of Lurie Children's specialists at NCH, click here

Rely on NCH for convenient access to a comprehensive range of specialized inpatient and outpatient pediatric services. Find a physician now or call 847.618.4YOU (4968).

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Last Updated 04/10/2009