I just wanted to add if you havent already found one you're happy with:
We see Dr Thomas Halperin in Peoria, and he is AWESOME. He has been great with my special needs daughter and got us the best specialists around, but at the same time is great with both our kids and not vaxing, my son being intact, he supports breastfeeding and extended breastfeeding and even after my son had self weaned during my pregnancy with my daughter, i asked what to do if he wanted to nurse again after she was born, and he encouraged me to tandem nurse even if he had already self weaned because it would discourage sibling rivalry. He is laid back, a great doc, and once told me, "Doctors are the experts on medicine, but YOU are the expert on your child."
I interviewed him before I gave birth to my daughter, who was a UBAC baby, and i told him i'd be having her at home with an "out of state midwife" (he had asked who m midwife was), he said ok, didnt bat an eye and wished me the best with my birth. When my daughter was found to have problems at 4 months old due to a genetic disorder NO ONE questioned that maybe it was because she was born at home (which is a ridiculous idea for a genetic disorder but its been known for docs to suggest it).
Plus the office is brand new, the nurses are great, and the office system is streamlined and quick.... I drive an hour from Lincoln to Peoria for all their visits and it is WELL worth it. He is only a ped though, not a general doc.
edit: in addition to the general no vaxing thing, i wanted to add, my daughter, during the H1N1/flu scare this past winter/spring, was on HEAVY HEAVY steroids and all the other doctors (her specialists, no in that group) were trying to scare me into vaxing her because her immune system was down. They were especially pushing pneumovax and HiB because they are so easily caught and her immune system was down. My dad had been on high levels of prednisone before and the steroids my daughter was one were stronger than that (ACTH). Anyway, He said if i was interested i could discuss vaccines with him (he didnt bring it up, i asked), but he also said that because she was breastfed, he wasnt really worried. To just keep her away from people coughing and use the same rule of thumb you do with newborns (not letting people stick their fingers in her mouth, etc), but that since she was breastfed she was getting all my immunities and would probably be okay with no vaxing, and he also reminded me that he would NOT give her the Dtap even if i wanted it because it increases likelihood of seizures, and she has a severe seizure disorder. Some doctors wouldnt even care, so he definitely uses his brain, and i like that.