Due to the planned retirement of a long-term provider, it is anticipated that the incoming physician can establish a practice in a short period of time.
- Stable health care system in top decile for quality of patient care
- Outpatient only practice with hospitalists covering inpatients
- Employed position with comprehensive benefits package and fully funded malpractice insurance
- Easy access to services for your patients through our system, integrated via Epic EMR
About Chicago, Illinois
The diversity of the city of Chicago continues as you move south from the business district known as the Loop. Neighborhoods are continuously evolving, while still retaining their historical foundations.
The South Loop is such a dynamic mix of attractions and histories that the neighborhood tends to be seen as many different things to many different people. Much of its eastern edge is encompassed by the Museum Campus, an impressive collection of cultural treasures that includes the Field Museum, Adler Planetarium and Shedd Aquarium. This campus sits on scenic lakefront parklands that are an extension of Grant Park. With 319 acres of green space and recreational fields, Grant Park is known as "Chicago's front yard" to locals and also plays host to major city events such as Taste of Chicago, Chicago Blues Festival and Lollapalooza.
The South Side is the largest of the three Sides of Chicago that radiate from downtown—the others being the North Side and the West Side. The city's "sides" have historically been divided by the Chicago River and its branches. The area has a rich history which began around the 1840s and continued through World War II. With its factories, steel mills and meat-packing plants, the South Side saw a sustained period of immigration Irish, Italian, Polish, Lithuanian and Yugoslav immigrants, in particular, who settled in neighborhoods adjacent to these industrial zones.
Private sector redevelopment is occurring rapidly. Neighborhood rehabilitation can also be seen in parts of Washington Park, Woodlawn and Bronzeville, as well as in Bridgeport and McKinley Park. Historic Pullman's redevelopment is another example of a work in progress. Chinatown is located on the South Side and has seen a surge in growth. It has become an increasingly popular destination for both tourists and locals alike and is a cornerstone of the city's Chinese community.
Recently, Advocate Health Care and Trinity United Church of Christ announced the opening of Advocate Medical Group at Imani Village. This new physicians' office, located at 901 E. 95th Street, in Chicago, expands access to high-quality health care on the South Side and anchors the soon-to-come, mixed-use residential and commercial village to be constructed near Chicago's Pullman neighborhood. Imani Village will be a sustainable eco-friendly mixed use "green" intergenerational community with a village environment, committed to lifelong education, health and economic development. Advocate Trinity Hospital, located nearby, continues to meet the inpatient needs of the south side population.
About Advocate Aurora Health
Together, we make healthy happen.
Now, as the 10th largest not-for-profit, integrated health system in the nation, Advocate Aurora Health’s combined strength and stability drives us forward. Our integrated delivery model allows our clinicians to offer state-of-the-art, top tier quality care throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern and central Illinois.
Our supportive staff and leadership are committed to an autonomous practice environment and continuously strive to be on the forefront of managing the changing healthcare landscape, advances in technology and innovative approaches to providing impeccable outcomes for our patients.
Whether you’re looking to practice in the heart of a dynamic city such as Chicago or Milwaukee, a multi-specialty clinic in the suburbs, or a charming small town, Advocate Aurora Health has an opportunity for you.