Why do we exist?

We believe healthy families are the foundation to a strong vibrant community. Therefore Seed Pediatrics exists to support and strengthen families by walking alongside their journey. We value the invitation to partner with your family, and we strive to serve you. 

What do we do?

From infancy, toddlerhood, school-age, to adolescence we provide counsel, coaching, and healthcare for the family. Examples of services we provide include:

  • Newborn care
  • Monitoring development
  • Vaccinations
  • Strategies for discipline and healthy parent-child relationships
  • Evaluation and diagnosis of medical conditions
  • Treatment of medical conditions
  • Specialist recommendation and referral
  • Academic progress
  • Evaluation of learning difficulties
  • Adolescent care 


How do we do it?

From its inception Seed embodied the insights and suggestions of parents. The reason? Because effective healthcare is a collaboration. We empower families. We encourage questions. We provide a comfortable, personal touch to healthcare with a focus on customer-service and wellness.

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Hello. My name is Jonathan Ahn, and I am the Medical Director and Pediatrician at Seed. I was born in the U.S. but lived in Korea for many years. It was difficult but exciting to grow up in two different cultures. Thanks to my experiences I enjoy caring for children profilephoto_eafrom many different cultural backgrounds. I already have patients from Congo, Turkmenistan, Syria, Mongolia, Guatemala, Romania, Bulgaria, and Japan. The intersection of culture, family, and healing never fails to fascinate me.

I believe that a healthy family is essential to a thriving child. I have three young children of my own, and my wife and I are enjoying our journey as parents. I enjoy cooking, working on anything creative with the kids, and watching Chicago Bulls basketball. I also have a particular interest in the role of design in health and healthcare systems


Price Menu

It is important to be an informed consumer in today’s healthcare environment. Our prices are competitive with the prices you will find on the Healthcare Bluebook Website which is a free consumer guide to help you determine fair prices. 

SELF-PAY MENU: Self-pay means that whether you have insurance or not that you choose to pay by cash, check, or credit card at the time of service. Thus your insurance company does not receive a bill. You may want to consider a self-pay option if your insurance has a high-deductible. *Charges are based on the length and complexity of your visit, which is up to the physician’s discretion. In-office lab testing or treatments are not included in the price. 

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Well Child Visits

Preventative care is a crucial part of your child’s health. Important topics for discussion will include, but not limited to, growth, developmental milestones, eating habits, friendships, discipline, family-time, school progress, and sleep. Click here for a recommended schedule of ages for well-child visits, vaccinations, and screenings.


Insurance & Payment Policies

As the child’s parent or guardian, you are responsible for all care rendered regardless of the level of your insurance coverage. Please feel free to give us a call so we can help guide you to determine eligibility. See below for more details on certain insurance plans.


We take most private insurance plans that include, but are not limited to, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, United Health, Coventry, Humana, and Cigna. 


In order for services rendered by us to be covered by your insurer you must designate your child’s primary care physician as Jonathan Ahn, MD. We only take the following site numbers: #284, #447 (NorthShore Physician Association) and #124, #600 (Advocate Lutheran General Physician Partner).


We participate in Meridian and BCBS Community Family Health PlanYou must designate Jonathan Ahn, MD (ID# 20024009) as your Primary Care Physician (PCP) prior to your visit. Please call Illinois Client Enrollment services at 877-912-1999 or go to www.enrollhfs.illinois.gov for more information on choosing a PCP.