Gerard Roberts, MD

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Dr. Gerard Roberts is a board-certified pediatrician and a leading physician in his community of Northwest Indiana and Chicago land areas. In his over 20 years of practice, he has served 80,000 children and their families.

Dr. Roberts is the founder of GenUwin Health, Inc., a media company that educates and empowers children and their parents to make their own healthy choices for a better life, through apps, appisodes, games, videos, and more. He is also one of the founding physicians of HealthTap, which connects people with board-certified doctors via apps, teleconferences, and online question forums.

Dr. Roberts is also affiliated with Franciscan Health Michigan City, a state-of-the-art facility that houses 123 private inpatient beds, provides robust outpatient services with cutting-edge diagnostic imaging equipment, and offers the most advanced life-saving innovations and patient amenities.

Being on the front lines of a growing obesity health crisis, Dr. Roberts has effectively empowered his patients with education and awareness of the personal choices and environmental factors that cause obesity. He has successfully helped his patients and their families in overcoming these obstacles to a healthy life.

Dr. Roberts is inspired and committed to creating opportunities to reach a wider audience through a new media brand of content and products that will delight children and families into awareness and healthy life choices. Presently, he has a healthy educational children’s coloring book being sold on eBay. In addition, he created a free app on Apple IOS called “U of Chew,” which is a fun, interactive way for children to learn healthy choices for a better life. This app is targeted at children 5–11 years of age.

Dr. Roberts is an award-winning doctor. In 2011, he was voted by his patients for Chicago Parent magazine as one of the top pediatricians from the Chicago land area. In 2013, he was named the number one pediatrician in Indiana on HealthTap.

Last modified on: 05-08-2021