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Stories | 12.20.21

Dr. Crossman Joins the Institute of Medicine of Chicago as a Regular Fellow

The Institute of Medicine of Chicago (IOMC) has invited Adler University President, Dr. Raymond Crossman, to join the organization as a Regular Fellow. The Institute of Medicine of Chicago is an independent organization of distinguished leaders in the health field who collaborate to improve public health, accessible health care, healthcare equity, and the wellbeing of all.

Since 1915, the IOMC has made significant contributions to the practice of medicine and the business of healthcare, including addressing health disparities in Chicago. As a multi-disciplinary non-profit organization, the IOMC provides Chicago’s health leaders with opportunities to convene and collaborate on the health issues that are facing Chicagoans and Illinoisans. Every two years, IOMC conducts a State of Health of Chicago, outlining key areas in which improvement is necessary for the well-being of all Chicagoans. In addition to the social determinants of health, IOMC’s key areas of focus include addressing the impact of the uninsured on healthcare providers and healthcare workers, advocating for the rights of patients with disabilities, preventing gun violence and addressing mental health, opioid abuse and addiction in Chicago.

As a Regular Fellow, Dr. Crossman will join an interdisciplinary group of professionals with diverse experiences, education, and achievements, all with a desire to work toward positive change in healthcare and public health. Regular Fellows of IOMC include prominent leaders from University of Chicago Medicine, Loyola University Chicago, Rush University Medical Center, University of Illinois and Chicagoland medical providers.

Congratulations to Dr. Crossman on being named a Regular Fellow by The Institute of Medicine Chicago! Adler University is honored to have Dr. Crossman join this distinguished team of health professionals tackling the most important health and wellbeing needs of Chicagoans.

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