Frequently Asked Questions



If you cannot find your question below, please contact our office. We would be happy to help you!

Are you taking new patients?

Dr. Owen is accepting new patients. However, Dr. Leiloglou is currently closed to new patients. New patients should also schedule their well-check before being seen for sick visits.

What insurances do you accept?

Our office is able to accept most plans on Humana, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, United, and Cigna. It is always your responsibility to confirm with your insurance provider that Dr. Leiloglou and/or Wonder Kids Pediatrics is on your individual plan (many insurance providers do not keep their web listing up to date).

We do not accept CHIP, Medicaid, or Tricare.

We have been assured by United Healthcare that we are still in-network, despite the fact that some of you have received letters to the contrary. They believe it may be a glitch in their system. The best thing you can do if you are concerned is to call United Healthcare Member Services and ask them to confirm our participation in your plan using our tax ID #471251551. Thank you, and we apologize for any inconvenience.
What is your immunization policy?

Since the answer to this question is a lengthy one, we have dedicated a whole page on our site to it. Click here to read our policy.

Does Dr. Leiloglou have hospital privileges?

Dr. Leiloglou prefers to have the hospitalist see his patients in the hospital (this includes new babies, circumcisions, and children admitted to the hospital). Dr. Leiloglou feels that this provides the best care to his patients for the following reasons.

1) His patients are seen more promptly by the hospitalist rather than having to wait for Dr. Leiloglou’s off hours.

2) The hospitalist is a pediatrician who specializes in hospital cases rather than out patient care.

The hospitalist will always refer you back to Dr. Leiloglou for outpatient followups. The hospital already knows which hospitalist is to see all of Dr. Leiloglou’s patients.