Camille Billingslea, M.D., M.P.H.
Associate Program Director

Dr. Billingslea earned her medical degree from Rush Medical College. She completed her residency training at Northwestern University/St. Joseph Hospital. In addition, she obtained a M.P.H. from University of Illinois at Chicago and a M.S. from Chicago State University.

 
   

Lionel Barberousse, M.D.

Dr. Barberousse is a graduate from Finch University of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School. He completed his residency training at Loyola-Provident Family Medicine Residency Program.

 
   

Janice Benson, M.D.
(Volunteer)

 

Dr. Benson is a graduate from St. Louis University School of Medicine. She completed her residency at Cook County Family Practice Residency Program. Dr. Benson is Associate Chair for the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Provident Hospital of Cook County. She is also co-founder and remains a core faculty in the Faculty Development Center in Family Medicine at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital. This program has trained over 100 graduates as fellows and trainees who have become leaders in family medicine education.

 
Juliet Bradley, MD      

Juliet Bradley, M.D.

Dr. Bradley received her medical degree from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. She completed her residency at Cook County Family Practice Residency Program, where she also completed a fellowship in faculty development. She is co-section chief for community medicine in the South Lawndale community. Her interests include diabetes and obesity, international medicine, and women's health. She facilitates a domestic violence support group at the Dr. Jorge Prieto Family Health Center and does volunteer forensic examinations for the Marjorie Kovler Center for the Treatment of Survivors of Torture. Outside of work, she is an avid appreciator of a wide variety of music, an lyenger yoga practitioner and a djembe dilettante. Dr. Bradley is the Medical Director at the Dr. Jorge Prieto Health Center, one of the family medicine centers of the residency program.

   

Crystal Cash, M.D.
Professor
Chair

Dr. Cash graduated from the University of Illinois Health Sciences Center in 1986 and the Cook County Family Practice Residency Program in 1989. There she completed a Faculty Development Fellowship in 1990. Dr. Cash is involved in teaching medical students for Loyola's required family medicine clerkship. She is the Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Provident Hospital of Cook County. Dr. Cash has a national reputation through her leadership activities in the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) and the American Academy of Family Practice (AAFP).

 
 
     

Debbie Donelson, M.D.

Dr. Donelson earned her medical degree from Finch University of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School. She completed her residency training at Cook County Family Practice Residency Program. Dr. Donelson has special interest in obesity in urban, undeserved communities and alternative medicine.

 
   

Charles Ediogiawerie, M.D., M.P.H.

Dr. Ediogiawerie received his medical degree from the University College Hospital in Ibadan, Nigeria. He completed his residency at Loyola-Provident Family Medicine Residency Program.  Dr. Edoigiawerie is the Medical Director at Cook County Englewood Health Center, one of the family medicine centers of the residency program.

 
   

Gail Y. Floyd, M.D.
Program Director

Dr. Floyd is an early graduate of the Cook County Family Practice Residency Program, with 25+ years of experience in managed care both clinical and administrative. Currently, Dr. Floyd is the Program Director for the Cook County-Loyola-Provident Family Medicine Residency Program.  She has a special interest in adolescent health and well-being; quality improvement and peer review.

 
   

Sandy Gibson, D.O.

Dr. Gibson graduated from Oklahoma Osteopathic Medical School, Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1986. She completed her residency in the Department of Family Medicine, Cook County Hospital in 1990. She is the Medical Director at Near South Health Center, one of the family medicine centers of the residency program.

 
   

Chukwueloka Ikedionwu, M.D.
Associate Program Director

Dr. Ikedionwu received his medical degree from the University of Lagos College of Medicine in Lagos, Nigeria. He completed his residency training at University of Illinois at Chicago.

 
   

Julie Lipkin, M.D.
(Volunteer)


Dr. Lipkin received her medical doctorate from the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Studies, Milan, Italy. After completing her residency in family medicine with the Cook County Family Practice Residency, she continued training in Faculty Development while teaching part time in the Alternative Curriculum tract at Rush Medical College and practicing in Uptown Chicago. After several years, she became full time faculty for the Cook County Family Practice Residency. Dr. Lipkin pursued Geriatrics with passion and is certified with advanced qualification (CAQ). She coordinates Geriatric and End of Life Care curriculum.

"Great Mentoring/Teaching Caring for our underserved population, working with a team of committed people - an ambient of comradely and compassion seen in few places makes this HOME for me!", says Dr. Lipkin.

 
 

Julita McPherson, M.D., M.P.H.

Dr. McPherson received her medical degree from Loyola University Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine. She completed her residency training at Loyola-Provident Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. McPherson is the Site Director at Near South Health Center and Provident Hospital of Cook County for the Loyola Department of Family Medicine 3rd Year Clerkship. She has special interest in obesity in urban, undeserved communities.

 
   

Alfred Martin, M.D.

Dr. Martin earned his medical degree from University of Illinois College of Medicine. He completed his residency training at Mt. Sinai Hospital Family Practice Residency Program.

 
Reena Paul, MD     Reena Paul, M.D.
 

Dr. Paul received her medical degree from University of the West Indies, Port of Spain, Trinidad. She completed her residency training at Cook County-Loyola-Provident Family Medicine Residency Program.

 
Nora Smith, MD     Nora Smith, M.D.
Director of Maternal-Child Health

Dr. Smith received her medical degree from Rush Medical College. She completed her residency training at University of California-Davis Affiliate Contra Costa Health Services. Dr. Smith also completed a Maternal-Child Health Fellowship at West Suburban Hospital Medical Center. She has studied Spanish in Guatemala and Mexico. Aside from work, she enjoys hiking, photography, horseback riding, canoeing and second-hand furniture collecting.

 
Alicia Vazquez, MD
 
     

Alicia Vazquez, M.D., Associate Program Director

Dr. Vazquez earned her medical degree from University of Illinois College of Medicine. She completed her residency training at Cook County Family Practice Residency Program. Additionally, she complete a Faculty Development Fellowship at John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County and a Faculty Development Research Fellowship at University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.  Dr. Vazquez research interest is in Faculty Development.

 

Additional Faculty
Tais Crawford, M.D.
Alice Daniels, M.D.
Dora Dixie, M.D.
Camilla Larsen, M.D. (Volunteer)
Dinah Lindsay, M.D.
Amy Luke, PhD, Director of Research
Lori Riley, M.D.
Whitney Lyn, M.D.
Vimarie Rodriguez, M.D.
Ravi Grivois-Shah, M.D.
Stephanie Smith, M.D.
Tom Sweder, M.D.
Karen Tate, MPH
Hector Vydas, M.D.
Louvenia Ward, RN, MSN
Philip Wong, M.D.


Last reviewed:
August 28, 2013

 
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