Our Services

Bloomington Pediatrics and Allergy offers a wide array of services to help your child maintain good health and to recover from illness.  We treat children from birth through late adolescence. Some of our offerings:

  • Free prenatal visits
  • Full well-care services from birth through late adolescence
  • Prompt care for all acute minor illnesses and most minor injuries
  • Ongoing management of many chronic conditions, including common behavioral health challenges
  • Coordination of care for children with complex medical conditions
  • In-house asthma and allergy consultation by board-certified specialist, Dr. Mark Ulbrich
  • Inpatient care for well and sick newborns and for ill children

        What Sets Us Apart

  • Practice owned and operated by our physicians since its founding by Dr. James Zimmerman in 1979
  • Easily accessible, free-standing office building housing only our practice
  • We admit and care for patients at both local hospitals. (Please note that all newborns at OSF St. Joseph's are cared for by neonatologists and advanced practice nurses. Neonatologists treat sick newborns at Advocate BroMenn but we see our well babies.
  • Same-day appointments for ill children
  • Early morning and late afternoon walk-in hours
  • Highly experienced team of pediatric nurses readily available by telephone during office hours to answer parents' questions and schedule appointments for ill children
  • All patients triaged, taken to rooms and readied for appointments by pediatric nurses and specially trained medical office assistants
  • All patient visits with board-certified pediatiricians (Dr. Mark Ulbrich is board-certified in allergy and immunology too.)
  • Many laboratory services available right in our office
  • Full-time secretary to arrange referrals and schedule tests at other facilities for our patients
  • After-hours urgent phone calls taken by expert pediatric nurses at St. Louis Children's Hospital, one of the top children's hospitals in the country.
  • Long-standing, excellent working relationships with local specialists and pediatric subspecialists at Children's Hospital of Illinois at OSF St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria