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Advocate Children's Medical Group Pediatric Endocrinology

9555 South 52nd Ave, Oak Lawn, IL 60453

Advocate Children's Medical Group Pediatric Endocrinology

  • Pediatric Endocrinology

Part of Advocate Outpatient Center

9555 South 52nd Ave

Oak Lawn, IL 60453

Call: 708-684-1560

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About

Our expert team of pediatric endocrinologists in Oak Lawn, IL, can diagnose and treat a range of hormone-related conditions. Our Advocate endocrinology offices are conveniently located off of I-294 South. Our street address is 9555 S. 52nd Ave., Oak Lawn, IL. When you're looking for expert pediatric endocrinology care close to home, visit us in Oak Lawn, IL.


Our pediatric endocrinologists specialize in the evaluation and management of all types of hormone and metabolic disorders in infants, children and adolescents. From juvenile diabetes to thyroid disorders, our team provides comprehensive care using advanced technology and treatment techniques. We treat endocrine disorders such as pituitary conditions, growth disorders, delayed puberty, juvenile osteoporosis, hypoglycemia, calcium and bone conditions, and hypothyroidism. And we’re devoted to supporting families as they learn the necessary skills to manage their children’s treatment plan at home.

Schedule a consultation with our pediatric endocrinologist team today. We’re committed to delivering the high-quality, personalized care your child deserves.

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Ola Kawadry D.O.

Ola Kawadry D.O.

Pediatric Endocrinology

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