Not Accepting new patients
Only accepting newborns and to spouse, partner or dependent children (under 21 years old) of established patients
Offers My Health Online
Save Time - Go Green! Complete Well-Child Forms Online
For children 0 to 11: Complete and submit all well-child forms online through My Health Online
's child proxy access feature. Sign up for My Health Online. Already a My Health Online member? Log into your account
, click on the "Health Record" link on the left menu, then click "Request Proxy Access."
You can also download, print and complete the age appropriate well-child form
at home - then bring it to your visit. Save money, too! Bring in any other forms you need completed for your child and you'll avoid getting charged the usual form fee.
Education & Training
Undergraduate Education: University of Notre Dame, IN, 1995; Medical school: Loyola University, IL, 1999
MacNeal Family Practice, IL, 2001
Preventative medicine; caring for families, including prenatal care, infants, children and adolsecents; primary care practice redesign.
American Academy of Family Physicians
Dr. Walton enjoys swimming, skiing, hiking, classical music and live theater.
Physician Web Link
Philosophy of Care
As a family medicine doctor, my goal is to provide a medical home for my patients, which includes comprehensive primary care. I believe that successful doctor/patient relationships involve facilitating a partnership between patients, families and physicians, both in primary and specialty care. In this way, we can provide efficient, compassionate and culturally sensitive care for everyone.
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