Professional pediatrics is getting a new home. After more than 30 years in Elk Grove Village, Ill., the Academy — and its mission, membership and staff — have outgrown their current building to the extent that it cannot meet their future needs.

“We love our current building because it reflects the culture and history of the Academy, but we’ve outgrown it,” said AAP Executive Director/CEO Karen Remley, M.D., M.B.A., M.P.H., FAAP. “To remain a place of innovation for pediatrics, the professional home for pediatricians and the center of child health leadership, we need to build a new home.”

Just as pediatric practices have evolved over three decades, particularly with regard to the use and maximization of technology, the AAP headquarters must upgrade its technological capabilities and building infrastructure to best serve the current and future needs of pediatricians and the families they serve, said Dr. Remley, who took the helm...

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