Clinical Teaching Services:

  • Primary Care Medical Home (PCMH) clinic
  • Family Medicine adult inpatient teams at John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital
  • Maternal Child Health at Stroger Hospital and outpatient setting

Family Medicine

Opportunities to develop leadership and scholarship skills:

  • Primary Care Practice Transformation
    • Teams and processes that bring the joy back to primary care
  • Population Health Management
    • Using data and care coordination for those at risk
  • Chronic Disease and Complex Patient Care
    • Identify and overcome barriers to self-management
  • Hospital Medicine
    • Patient-centered team care with coordinated transitions
  • Perinatal and Maternal Child Health
    • Patient-centered, from preconception, prenatal, birth and early childhood
  • Women’s Health, Reproductive Health Services
    • Emplowering women and families to reduce health disparities
  • Faculty Development
    • Excellence in teaching, the art of learning by doing
  • Mental and Behavioral Health
    • Building a framework for integrated, comprehensive care
  • Geriatrics and Palliative Care
    • Coordinated, ethical and evidence-based care; prevent and alleviate suffering
  • Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine
    • Facilitating success in work and exercise
  • Health Information and Technology Faculty: Leaders, Teachers and Mentors
    • Using data for impact and improving the EMR