Meet Super Hero Amanda Baiocchi of Children's Urgent Care!

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Meet Super Hero Amanda Baiocchi!

Amanda is the Office Manager for Children's Urgent Care in River Forest which employs 20 people.


What does your business do?

Children's Urgent Care offers quality pediatric care when it matters most. Our pediatric trained staff works seven days a week to offer convenient medical services for acute illnesses/injuries. We provide shorter wait times and more affordable care than the Emergency Room.

What is "super" about your business?  Why is it special?

We focus on pediatrics, meaning we only see kids! Our super nurses and doctors use their powers to help kids when they are sick.

Tell us a bit about yourself…

I am the office manager/ RN for Children's Urgent Care. When I am not working I like doing things outside like camping, live music, and fishing. I am also trying to finish a complete book.

If you could pick a superpower, what would it be?

I would be able to spread positive energy to everyone around me.

Why did you choose to invest in our community?

For the amazing families in this neighborhood! River Forest/Oak Park has such a strong sense of community.

What's the weirdest thing you sell or offer? Or have there been any odd customer requests?

Not yet! We just opened in September so nothing too weird yet.

Name three of your favorite local businesses (besides yourself, of course!)

Collaboration for Early Childhood, Pediatrics Unlimited, New Moms


Visit Amanda Baiocchi at Children's Urgent Care

7343 Lake St., Suite 7343 in River Forest, 60305


Small Business Super Heroes is a partnership between the Oak Park - River Forest Chamber of Commerce and Wednesday Journal's


This Super Hero profile was created on March 6, 2018


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