Dr. Mihir Majmundar

After completing an undergraduate degree at a college or university, future gastroenterologists obtain either a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree upon graduating medical school. Both degrees are licensed in all states, and have the same governing boards and scope of practice.

After graduating from medical school, individuals must first enter a residency in internal medicine or pediatrics, as gastroenterology is a subspecialty of internal medicine or pediatrics. They then proceed with additional training in gastroenterology for further specialization. In order to practice medicine, gastroenterologists must be licensed by the state in which they practice. Gastroenterologists will also obtain a board certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine (AOBIM) or the Americn Board of Pediatrics. Board certification shows that the gastroenterologist has met certain standards and passed tests that are developed to assure the public that the physician has been adequately trained in a given specialty.

Dr. Mehta Bhupatkumar

Dr. Jose Albisu

Dr. Jose Albisu earned his M.D. from Universidad de Cordoba Facultad de Medicina in 1983. He then received additional training through a Residency in Internal Medicine and a Fellowship in Gastroenterology both completed at Finch University of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School in IL.

General Surgery

Dr. Thomas Diniotis

Dr. Ryan Malcom


Dr. Adeeb Ashahrour

Orthopedic Surgery

Dr. John O’Keefe

Dr. J. O’Keefe graduated from Creighton University in 1979, he participated in an accredited orthopedic residency and had the opportunity to be part of a program that allowed him 2 years as senior chief resident at St. Francis Hospital. Dr. O’Keefe utilized his second year to have extensive training concerning nerve injury and management. This included both non-operative and invasive neurosurgical training in the extremities. Dr. O’Keefe participated in extensive sports medicine training, working with world-renowned doctor teachers. He learned advanced arthroscopic techniques and skills which in present day allow him to manage injuries involving shoulders, knees, hips, ankles, elbows, and wrists.  He received his medical degree from Creighton University School of Medicine and has been in practice for 36 years. He uses surgical and non-surgical methods to treat musculosckeletal trauma, sports injuries and degenerative diseases. His personal commitment to excellence and dedication to patient’s wellbeing is the cornerstone for accomplishments and the extremely high rate of success in the treatment of his patients’ medical condition; he is compassionate and has outstanding bedside manners.

Dr. Ellis Nam

A Chicago local, Dr. Ellis Nam completed his undergraduate degree at Northwestern University in 1993. He continued on to earn his M.D., and complete a General Surgery Internship as well as an Orthopedic Surgery Residency at Northwestern Medical School. Furthering his studies, Dr. Nam completed a Fellowship at Southern California Orthopedic Institute in Los Angeles, CA where he focused on a sub-specialty in minimally invasive athroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the shoulder, knee, and ankle.

Dr. Nam has extensive experience in sports related injuries, having served as a Team Physician for the Chicago Blackhawks and the Chicago Wolves Ice Hockey Teams. His research includes an extensive list of publications in the field of Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine, and Musculoskeletal Disorders.

Pain Management

Dr. Azzam Alkhudari

Dr. Yasser Hussein

After earning his Bachelors in Science at Damascus University in Syria, Dr. Yasser Hussein completed his M.D. at the Damascus University Faculty of Medicine in 1991. Moving to Chicago, Dr. Hussein became the Chief Resident at Cook County Hospital for which he received the award for Chief Resident of the Year in 2000.

Along with a Fellowship in Pain Management at RUSH University, Chicago, IL, Dr. Hussein has also amassed extensive training, research, and publications in anesthesia and pain management in facilities around the country.


Dr. John Kane

Dr. Joel Anderson

Dr. Joel Anderson graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Parkside, with earning his BS degree in Chemistry / Biology in 1992 Medical School. He received his doctor’s degree from the Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in 1996. Dr. Anderson did his residency program at the Norwegian American Hospital. Dr. Joel Anderson received excellent awards in Presidential Scholarship from Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, Academic Achievement Award at University of Wisconsin – Parkside, Kenosha.

His specific podiatry interests include Reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, Bunions, orthotics and heel pain. He is currently a member of the professional society of AFAI.


Dr. Fadi Habib

After earning his Doctorate of Medicine from the French Faculty of Medicine, Beirut, Lebanon in 1983, Dr. Habib stayed in the city to complete a rotating internship from 1983-87 between St. Joseph and St. George’s Hospitals.

He then relocated to Toronto, Canada for two Fellowships; one Urolithiasis and ESLW at the University of Toronto Wellesley Hospital (1988-89), and the other as a Clinical Research Fellow at The Prostate Center of Toronto Hospital (1992-93). These Fellowships bookended his Residency at the University of Toronto (1987-92).

Dr. Habib has been living and working in Chicago, IL since 1993, and currently resides as the Chief of Urology at Our Lady of Resurrection Medical Center in the city.

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