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Thoughts from the Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Steve Lowenthal

As Chief Medical Officer of Rush-Copley Medical Center, I’d like to express my strong support of the Family Medicine Residency Program.   The Rush-Copley culture is one that strives for excellence.   Such excellence demands innovation. The training program benefits the organizational spirit by providing an academic influence that helps compel us toward ever-increasing care innovation. 

At Rush-Copley, the Family Medicine residents get to experience being on the cutting edge of healthcare quality enhancements.   Examples include electronic order entry, rapid response teams and enhancing our critical care excellence through Fundamental Critical Care Support certification. These are just a few examples of how Rush-Copley has benefited by collaborating with the Residency Program.   In turn, such experiences are essential to the residents’ professional growth, developing their capacity to create better healthcare for the future.