Thoughts from the Chief Medical Officer

Steve Lowenthal, MD

Dr. Steve Lowenthal

As Chief Medical Officer of Rush Copley Medical Center, I fully support our Family Medicine Residency Program. Rush Copley’s culture is one that strives for excellence. Such excellence demands innovation. The training program bolsters our 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 the cutting edge of healthcare quality enhancements. They are exposed to all specialties including a critical care unit led by full time board certified Intensivists, an inpatient medicine program led by full time Hospitalists and rotations in one of the busiest emergency departments in Illinois. Additionally, our residents benefit from our integration with Rush University and are taught by several faculty from that exceptional academic medical center. The Rush Copley Family Medicine Residency Program provides a robust community hospital training combined with academic medicine resulting in graduating residents being fully prepared for their professional careers in whatever setting they choose to pursue.