Advocate Children's Hospital-Oak Lawn/Advocate Christ Medical Center

Oak Lawn, IL

Mark Butterly, MD

Program Director

Donna Melero

Program Coordinator

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
  • Free-Standing Children’s Hospital

  • Serving the immensely diverse communities on Chicago’s Southside as well northwest Indiana and north central Illinois

  • US News ranked Cardiology/CV Surgery programs

  • High volume dedicated Pediatric units including Pediatric ED and Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit

  • Integral part of larger Advocate Children's Hospital (ACH) service line covering all of Chicagoland as part of country's 10th largest non-for-profit health care organization

  • ACGME Commendations for Community-Advocacy Pediatrics & EBM curricula

DETAILS
  • Medium-sized: 13 Residents per year

  • All required experiences available at ACH-OL

  • Extensive elective coursebook focused on individual career goals

  • Very competitive and diverse Fellowship placements as well as Primary Care across the country

  • Three medical schools send core clerks & Sub-I’s with national pool of M4's on electives

LOCATION

Chicago and all it has to offer from world class cuisine, performing arts, architecture, museums, Lake Michigan and beaches, all major sporting events!

CURRICULUM
  • Four week blocks; 13 experiences per year

  • Full Senior responsibility in both PGY-2 and -3 years

  • Academic Half Day didactics weekly

  • Wellness support integrated into Academic Half Day

  • Interdisciplinary Simulation experiences

  • PGY-2 Research Block; Two PGY-3 Inpatient and Outpatient Teaching Blocks

  • Dedicated Community and Advocacy block

DIVERSITY INITIATIVES
  • Long-running Culturally Effective Health Care curriculum

  • SDH screening and family resources including Clinic and PED Food Pantries

  • Bias recognition and mitigation

  • Social simulations

  • Weekly Advocacy updates

  • Tell Your Story event

  • Resident and Faculty Affinity Groups support all areas of DE&I (URM, LGBTQ+, Residents with Kids, and more!)

ON SOCIAL MEDIA
 
 

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