PCC Lake Street Family Health Center Providers

 
 
Medical Providers
  • Sveva Brown, MD – Family Medicine Physician, Fellow (Female)

  • Dr. Brown earned her medical degree from St. George's University and completed residency at Eastern Maine Medical Center. She joined the PCC health care team in 2016.



  • Sarah Carreon, MD – Family Medicine Physician (Female)

  • Dr. Carreon completed both her undergraduate and medical education at Loyola University Chicago in 2005. With a strong interest in family medicine, she participated in the West Suburban Medical Center – Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Carreon has been part of the PCC health care team since 2008.



  • Kristin Eide, DO – Family Medicine Physician (Female)

  • Dr. Eide is a family medicine physician who joined PCC in 2016. She earned her medical degree from Des Moines University in 2013 and completed residency at West Suburban Medical Center Family Residency Program. She is particularly interested in women’s health.



  • Lauren Harriett, DO – Family Medicine Physician, Resident (Female)

  • Dr. Harriett received her medical education from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in 2016. She is completing her residency at PCC, as part of the West Suburban Medical Center – Family Medicine Residency Program. In her leisure time, Dr. Harriett enjoys hiking, yoga, and traveling.



  • Daniel Hawthorne, MD – Family Medicine Physician, Resident (Male)

  • Dr. Hawthorne completed his undergraduate education at Wheaton College and his medical education at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in 2014. He is completing residency at PCC, as part of the West Suburban Medical Center – Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Hawthorne is passionate about the cultural concepts of health and wellness and the relationship between diet and a person's perception of chronic disease. He is committed to bridging the cultural gap between doctors and their patients to communicate more effectively and provide better patient care. Dr. Hawthorne grew up in Bolivia, so he is fluent in Spanish and loves watching and playing soccer. He also enjoys playing and listening to music, running with his dog, and going on adventures, including exploring Chicago’s amazing restaurants.



  • Whitney Henderson, APN – Family Nurse Practitioner (Female)

  • Whitney Henderson is a board-certified family nurse practitioner who received her nursing education at Loyola University Chicago in 2011. She is passionate about nursing and particularly interested in contraceptive management. Outside of nursing, Whitney enjoys spending time with her family and reading.



  • Katherine Herold, CNM – Certified Nurse-Midwife (Female)

  • Katherine Herold is a certified nurse-midwife who completed her midwifery training at the University of Illinois at Chicago – College of Nursing in 2011. Katherine joined PCC in 2012. She speaks Spanish fluently. Her other interests include bicycling, writing, improvisational comedy, and traveling.



  • Mahwesh Javed, MD – Family Medicine Physician (Female)


  • Karole Lakota-Treese, MD – Family Medicine Physician (Female)

  • Dr. Lakota-Treese, Medical Director of Performance Improvement at PCC, is a family medicine physician who obtained her medical degree from Loyola University Chicago – Stritch School of Medicine in 1998. She completed residency at West Suburban Family Medicine Residency Program. Ever committed to improving the quality of care at PCC, Dr. Lakota was honored with the Illinois Primary Health Care Association's (IPHCA) Ramona Lopez Award in 2013. Outside of work, she enjoys leading three Girl Scout troops, reading, and exercising. She and her husband are the proud parents of four daughters.



  • Paul Luning, MD, MPH – Family Medicine Physician (Male)

  • Dr. Luning serves as the Chief Medical Officer at PCC. He has been at PCC since 1995 when he joined the organization as a resident after completing medical school at the University of Chicago – Pritzker School of Medicine. He later completed PCC’s Fellowship in Community Medicine. He has been instrumental in the development and implementation of many programs at PCC such as the Performance Improvement Program and PCC’s clinical program at Interfaith House, a local shelter for homeless individuals recovering from illness. He has received numerous honors and awards including the Distinguished Service Award from the American Academy of Family Physicians and Illinois Academy of Family Physicians; Teacher of the Year from the West Suburban Family Medicine Residency Program (2003, 2007, 2012); and George O'Neill Leadership Award from the Illinois Primary Health Care Association.



  • Michael Ly, MD – Family Medicine Physician (Male)

  • Dr. Ly is a family medicine physician who joined PCC in 2014. He completed both his undergraduate and medical education at Loyola University Chicago – Stritch School of Medicine in 2011. Dr. Ly completed residency at West Suburban Medical Center – Family Medicine Residency Program in 2014. He speaks English, Spanish, and Khmer.



  • Morgan Madison, MD – Family Medicine Physician (Female)

  • Dr. Madison earned her medical degree from George Washington University in 2012 and completed residency at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Prior to medicine, she taught chemistry to high school students for two years in Kenya. Convinced that health care is a human right, Dr. Madison is passionate about the full spectrum of women's health, LGBTQ health, and HIV care. Outside of her medical interests, Dr. Madison enjoys bike riding, traveling, and drinking coffee in various Chicago cafes.



  • Maureen Marquez, APN – Family Nurse Practitioner (Female)

  • Maureen Marquez is a board-certified family nurse practitioner. She completed both her undergraduate and nursing education at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Maureen joined the PCC health care team in 2015.



  • Sherif Milik, MD – Family Medicine Physician (Male)

  • Dr. Milik joined the PCC health care team in 2008. He earned his medical degree from the University of Cairo – Faculty of Medicine in Cairo, Egypt. Dr. Milik completed residency at Wheeling Hospital Family Health Center in West Virginia. With great concern for substance abuse disorders, Dr. Milik has obtained licensing to provide Suboxone to patients addicted to opiates. In his free time, he enjoys reading and traveling.



  • Anna Nguyen, DO – Family Medicine Physician, Resident (Female)

  • Dr. Nguyen received her medical education at Nova Southeastern University – College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2015. She is completing her residency at PCC, as part of the West Suburban Medical Center – Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Nguyen was honored with the TOUCH (Translating Osteopathic Understanding into Community Health) Award. She speaks English, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Outside of medicine, Dr. Nguyen enjoys spending time at the beach, playing sports (especially volleyball), traveling, music, and exploring different languages and cultures.



  • Justine Parker, DO – Family Medicine Physician, Fellow (Female)

  • Dr. Parker joined PCC as a Fellow in 2016. After graduating from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, she earned her medical degree at Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine at Midwestern University in 2013. She completed residency at Illinois Masonic Medical Center.



  • Natalie Parker-Renfroe, MD – Pediatrician (Female)

  • Specializing in pediatric care, Dr. Parker-Renfroe joined the PCC health care team in 2004. She earned her medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago in 1992. Dr. Parker-Renfroe completed residency in pediatrics at Rush University. She is passionate about caring for children and adolescents and loves every stage of development. As they grow up, from infancy to adulthood, she participates in their milestones, completing physicals from elementary school to college. Also, she values her role in educating parents about health care. Outside of medicine, Dr. Parker-Renfroe enjoys attending comedy shows, listening to music, and spending time with her family and friends.



  • Mia Recupito, MD – Family Medicine Physician, Resident (Female)

  • Dr. Recupito earned her medical degree at Loyola University Chicago – Stritch School of Medicine in 2015. Passionate about caring for the medically underserved, Dr. Recupito is completing her residency at PCC, as part of the West Suburban Medical Center – Family Medicine Residency Program.



  • Gabriela Rubino, MD – Family Medicine Physician, Resident (Female)

  • Dr. Rubino earned her medical degree from Wayne State University. She is completing her residency at PCC, as part of the West Suburban Medical Center – Family Medicine Residency Program. In her leisure time, she enjoys crocheting.



  • Maureen Ruder, MD – OB/GYN Physician (Female)

  • With a specialization in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Ruder is passionate about caring for women during pregnancy and childbirth. She earned her medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago. In 1986, Dr. Ruder completed residency at the University of Illinois Hospital in Chicago. Outside of medicine, she enjoys painting in color with acrylics, watching documentaries, taking short road trips, and exploring Chicago neighborhoods.



  • Erin Schifeling, MD – Family Medicine Physician, Resident (Female)

  • Dr. Schifeling received her medical degree from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in 2014. She is currently completing her residency in family medicine at PCC, as part of the West Suburban Medical Center – Family Medicine Residency Program. Ever committed to the underserved, she volunteered as a high school math and biology teacher in the Peace Corps in Manica City, Mozambique. She is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese. In addition to medicine, Dr. Schifeling enjoys cooking, reading, and window gardening.



  • Dina Zissimopoulos, APN – Family Nurse Practitioner (Female)

  • Dina Zissimopoulos is a board-certified family nurse practitioner who joined PCC in 2011, shortly after graduating from the University of Illinois at Chicago – College of Nursing. While studying nursing, she was a member of the Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society. Graduating with high honors, she also attained her Juris Doctor from Duke University in 1993. Dina serves as the Medical Director at PCC Lake Street Family Health Center. She is fluent in French. When not working, Dina enjoys hiking, swimming, paddle boarding, reading, and traveling.



Behavioral Health Providers
  • Crystal Cole, APN – Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (Female)


  • Jessica Lenth, LCSW – Behavioral Health Consultant (Female)

  • Jessica Lenth is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who joined the PCC behavioral health care team in 2016. She earned a Master in Social Work from Loyola University Chicago in 2010. She has a strong background in home-based mental health counseling and a specialization in geriatrics, gained from over ten years’ experience serving as a dementia unit coordinator for a nursing home and as a counselor for the Alzheimer's Association National Helpline.



  • Rachel Perley, LCSW, CADC – Behavioral Health Consultant (Female)

  • Rachel Perley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Grand Valley State University in Michigan. In 2011, she received a Master’s in Social Work degree from Loyola University Chicago and made the Dean's List for six consecutive semesters. Rachel, who joined PCC in 2015, is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (CADC) and certified in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). She has extensive experience in treating addictions, anxiety, depression, and trauma in adults. In her practice, she employs a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy, narrative, and solution focused models of therapy. Rachel’s other interests include traveling, photography, film, and music.



  • Megan Olsen – Behavioral Health Intern (Female)
 
 
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