Dr. Akl Pediatric Practice acquired Dr. Naveen Imran

Welcome Dr. Naveen Imran, MD to Dr. Youssef Akl’s Pediatric Practice in Bolingbrook, IL. Dr. Imran is a board certified pediatrician with extensive experience in both pediatrics and pediatric cardiology. Dr. Naveen completed her pediatric residency at Loyola University Medical Center in 2005 and then earned a fellowship in pediatric cardiology at Advocate Christ Medical Center/ Hope Children’s Hospital, Oak Lawn. Dr. Naveen has served as an attending physician at both Mount Sinai Medical Center and Hope Children’s Hospital. Since 2013, Dr. Naveen Imran was chosen to be an assistant professor of clinical pediatrics at the University of Illinois, Chicago. Now, Dr. Imran will be joining our practice at 550 E Boughton Road, Bolingbrook IL from December 1, 2016, and cannot wait to meet the children in the Bolingbrook area and A2Z Pediatrics. She is dedicated to helping children transition into healthy adults through preventive medicine, good health, nutrition, and exercise.

Dr. Imran has been very active in community events throughout her career. She participated in Oak Lawn’s Pre-participation physicals for high school students for early detection of medical issues. Dr. Imran also volunteered at Loyola University’s Catholic Charities free health physical program. In her spare time, Dr. Imran cherishes time with her family and is so excited to be joining Dr. Youssef Akl’s practice family too.

Starting December 1, 2016, to celebrate the infants to teenagers that our team of physicians and nurses provide preventive, sick and well care for newborns to teenagers, we will be changing our name to A2Z Pediatrics Med-Peds Specialists, PC. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Naveen Imran, Dr. Youssef Akl or Dr. Anjum Yousuf, please call our office at 630 755-KIDS (5437).

American Board of Pediatrics
Neonatal Resuscitation Program
Pediatric Advanced Life Support
Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Professional Memberships
American Medical Association
American Academy of Pediatrics