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How Children Grow

When you bring your child into Alzein Pediatrics, whether for a routine wellness visit or an urgent illness, we’ll most likely weigh and measure your child. Usually, your physician or NP  will give you some information about how your child…

Welcome Kate Voith, APRN, FNP-BC, MSN!

Katherine (Kate) Voith attended the University of Illinois, graduated Magna Cum Laude with her BSN from St. Xavier University School of Nursing and then completed her MSN/FNP at Olivet Nazarene University. A licensed Registered Nurse in Illinois, Kate is ANCC…
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Welcome Dr. Chatila!

We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Ahmad Chatila to the Alzein Pediatrics staff. Dr. Chatila earned his medical degree at American University in Beirut, Lebanon in 1988 and completed his General Pediatrics residency at State University of New York…
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Safety First – at any age!

When you were expecting your baby, you likely registered for electrical outlet covers and cabinet locks and then installed those safety devices as soon as your infant rolled over for the first time. Unfortunately, as children grow and move more…
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On the Move!

From the time your infant rolls over for the first time to the time they take their first steps could be just a few months or over a year. While we here at Alzein Pediatrics know you are cheering every…
Father helping cheerful son wearing helmet for cycle. Excited little boy getting ready by wearing bike helmet to start cycling. Happy cute boy learn to ride a bike with his dad.

5 Things We Won’t Let Our Own Kids Do

When pediatricians make a recommendation or advise a lifestyle change, we do so because research and data show us that those recommendations make a difference in improving and maintaining our children’s health. The American Academy of Pediatrics has been making…
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