Welcome to Mundelein Pediatrics!

May 2021

Remember COVID Vaccinations are available! As of Tuesday, May 18th, we are offering the Pfizer vaccine which is now  FDA approved for ages 12 and up. Our patients need to have had a physical within the last year. We are also vaccinating parents, grandparents and residents and business members of Lake County. Call us today to schedule an appointment at 847-548-7337.

February 2021




                                    PLEASE CALL US AT 847-548-7337

We currently have RAPID ANTIGEN COVID TESTING AVAILABLE. For the safety of our patients and staff, we are testing all sick visits with the rapid COVID testing prior to coming into the office

Asthma/Reactive Airway

Nebulizer treatments are no longer recommended in office due to COVID and the spread of COVID. This ensures protection for our patients and our staff.

If you have a history of using an Albuterol inhaler within the last year, please bring inhaler and spacer (clear tube to administer medication more effectively) to each office visit (well or sick visit). This will allow us to administer medication if needed during appointment.  

September 22, 2020

Flu Season 2020-2021

Flu season is upon us! This year with COVID-19 still circulating, it is more important than ever to have everyone over six (6) months of age get a flu vaccination (injection/mist).

  • Go to Policies and Forms, under Registration Forms, click Flu Clinic Consent Form.
  • Open, print, and complete for each child getting vaccinated.
  • Please bring form with you to your scheduled appointment.
  • Social distancing, please only have one (1) parent/guardian per child.

All people attending the appointment need to wear a mask at all times.

  • Check your child’s temperature and the temperature of the adult who will accompany the child(ren) to the visit.
  • Any temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher, please call us to reschedule.
  • If anyone arrives for the appointment and has a fever of 100.4 or higher, they will not be seen in the office until well.

Our patients' and our staff's safety is always of utmost importance.

Call us to schedule your flu shot/flu mist today!

Vacuna del Flu 2020-2021

La temporada del Flu ha llegado! Con el COVID 19 circulando este año, es mas importante que nunca que todos los pacientes mayores de 6 meses obtengan una vacuna del flu ya sea injectable o aerosol nasal.

Por favor vaya al menu de “Policies and Forms” localizado en nuestra pagina web, bajo “Registration Forms” oprima “Flu Clinic Consent Form”. Imprima y llene la forma de Consentimiento de la Clinica del Flu para cada paciente que recibira la vacuna. Es requerido traer las formas con usted para su cita.

Para practicar el distanciamiento social favor de tener solo un padre/ guardian por niño(a).Todas las personas que atenderan a la cita necesitaran usar cubrebocas en todo momento.

Por favor revise la temperatura del niño y el adulto que acompañar al niño (o niños) a la consulta. Si la temperatura es 100.4 o mas, favor de llamarnos para re-agendar su cita. Si alguien llega a la cita con temperatura de 100.4 o mas, no seran vistos en la oficina hasta que hayan mejorado. El bienestar de nuestros pacientes y nuestros empleados es siempre de la mas alta importancia.

Más información próximamente.

May 13, 2020

For more information on the Coronavirus go to: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov

Thank you for choosing Mundelein Pediatrics, S.C. It is a privilege to care for you and to provide you and your family with the quality service you deserve. Our office takes the safety of our patients and our employees very seriously. Therefore, we are taking the following precautions to reduce the risk of spreading illness.

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) we are temporarily changing our practice to keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible. We will be doing all sick visits as Telemedicine visits with a provider instead of in person until further notice. Just like any other visit we will be prescribing medication when needed per the doctor and will be billing your insurance for the visit.

We will continue to provide well visits in-office. We are now expanding to include all age groups. It is important for those who need to get vaccinations, to be able to do so. Please call our office for an appointment. On our website, please go to our Policies and Forms section and print, complete and bring all appropriate forms to the appointment.

We adhere to a strict COVID-19 screening protocol prior to scheduling well visits in the office. We ask a series of questions regarding symptoms, recent travel, etc. If the answer to any of the questions is yes, we ask that the appointment be rescheduled for at least two (2) weeks from the present date.

We are taking temperatures on all patients, parents/guardians, and visitors over the age of two (2). We require everyone over the age of two (2) to be wearing a face-covering before and during the visit. In order to maintain social distancing, we have limited visitors to one (1) parent/guardian to accompany each patient.

For your Telemedicine visit we have the options of Phone Consultation, Facetime (for iphone) Duo (for android) and Telemedicine through the Patient Portal. If you are web enabled we encourage you to use the Telemedicine option as it is the safest form of communication.

Please call the office before going to the Emergency Department. We will help determine if you need to be seen at an ER and where is the best place to go to get the care you need. After hours an MD is on call 24/7 to be reached via the office phone number.

Mundelein Pediatrics will continue to follow the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Illinois Public Health Department's recommendations as things continue to progress. If you have any questions regarding possible exposures to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) please feel free to contact the Coronavirus Hotline at 1-800-889-3931 or you can find more information on the web at www.cdc.gov.

We greatly appreciate your assistance and understanding as we learn more about the Coronavirus.

Thank you! The doctors and staff at Mundelein Pediatrics, S.C.

In-Network Insurance Plans January 2020

Dear Families,

Insurance is a contract between you and your insurance company. It is the responsibility of the parent or guardian to determine what benefits and type of coverage your individual or group policy provides. Please note that there are many insurance plan options available. While we try to remain informed, your plan coverage may be subject to change at any time as determined by your insurance carrier. As of January 2020, the following insurance companies are contracted with Mundelein Pediatrics, S.C. unless otherwise indicated *. You may check directly with your insurance plan if you have any specific coverage or benefits questions. It is very important to check with your insurance plan prior to your appointment, especially if you are changing plans. Our office is focused on providing your family with excellent care. We thank you for the opportunity to take care of your family. Healthy Regards.

Aetna Blue Choice Select Plans
Humana Premier HMO
Aetna HMO/POS/EPO/PPO Only Blue Choice Options Accepted
Humana Illinois CCN HMO
Aetna Open Choice PPO Blue Cross Community MMAI
***Closed to new patients***
Meridian Health Plan (Medicaid)
***Closed to new patients***
Aetna Choice POS Cigna Meritain Health
Aetna Choice POS II Cigna PPO Professional Benefits Administrator
Aetna HMO Cigna Choice Fund PPO/EPO PHCS & Multiplan Inc, PPO
Aetna QPOS Open Access Plus/Choice Fund OA Plus POS Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS) PPO
Aetna Select First Health EPO & PPO PHCS Savility PPO
Open Access Aetna Select GreatWest Multiplan Inc. PPO
Aetna Open Access HMO Coventry HMO & PPO SEIU – Local 4 HMO & PPO
Aetna Elect Choice HMO (Includes Aetna Health Funds) HealthLink/Unicare PPO Union Medical (Local 1546)HMO
Aetna Open Access Elect Choice (Includes Aetna Health Funds) HFN TRICARE
Some Select/Prime
Aetna Health Network Only HFN Total Care PPO United Healthcare
Aetna Health Network Option HFN PPO & EPO United Healthcare/Choice Plus/Select Plus POS
Aetna Open Choice PPO – State of Illinois-SOI HFN Platinum EPO United Healthcare Choice Select HMO
Aetna HMO (Formerly
Coventry HMO)-SOI
HST Care Connect EPO United Healthcare Core PPO
Managed Choice POS Humana United Healthcare Options PPO
Managed Choice Open Access PPO Humana Select HMO United Healthcare Navigate HMO & POS
National Advantage Program (NAP) PPO Humana Platinum HMO United Healthcare HDHP Definity Basics PPO
Signature Authority (ASA or SRC) PPO Humana Advocate Centered HMO Plan United Healthcare Charter HMO
All Kids
***Closed to new patients***
Humana PPO United Healthcare NexusACO R and NexusACO OA
Blue Cross Blue Shield Humana Preferred PPO POS-Open Access Railroad Employees National Health & Welfare Plan (Group 690100)
Blue Care Direct HMO
(Site 600)
Humana Advocate Centered EPO Plan Railroad Employees: The National Railroad Carriers & United Transportation Union Health and Welfare Plan (Group 690100)
Blue Precision HMO
(Site 464)
Humana Choice POS All Savers
Blue Advantage HMO
(Site 464)
Humana ChoiceCare /National PPO Golden Rule
HMO of Illinois
(Site 464)
Humana National EPO/HMO/PPO-open Access UMR


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  • Maral Mjukian Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
    • Undergrad: University of Illinois at Chicago
    • Master's Degree / Nurse Practitioner: University of Illinois at Chicago
    • Practicing since: 2016
    • Languages spoken: English, Armenian
    • Certification: Pediatric Nursing Certification Board
    • Member: National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
  • Molly Freely Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
    • Undergrad: Marquette University
    • Master's Degree: De Paul University
    • Practicing since: 2007
    • Post Master's/Nurse Practitioner: Rush University
    • Languages spoken: English and Spanish
    • Certification: Pediatric Nursing Certification Board
    • Member: National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
  • Jeremy Messinger Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
    • Undergrad: University of Missouri - St. Louis
    • Master's Degree / Nurse Practitioner: Saint Louis University
    • Practicing since: 2011
    • Languages spoken: English
    • Certification: Pediatric Nursing Certification Board
    • Member: National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

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