Christopher M. Glenn, MD
- Board certified internal medicine; Creighton University, Omaha Nebraska: BA Psychology
- Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science/The Chicago Medical School: MD North Chicago, Illinois
- Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center: Internship/Residency, Chicago, Illinois; University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine Cardiovascular Research Fellowship
Christopher Glenn is board certified in internal medicine with experience in treating acute, chronic, and complex medical conditions affecting the adult and geriatric population. He believes in a patient centered, holistic approach to patient care with the highest level of compassion. Sub-acute and long-term care provides a special environment to care for patients with diverse medical needs and co-morbidities. He has had the privilege of directing the medical services provided to patients/residents representing a diverse group which have included traditional Long-Term Care, Sub-acute Rehabilitation, HIV, Neurobehavioral, and those who are ventilator dependent. He has said that, "I strongly believe that patient advocacy is an essential component of serving the patients and residents of Sub-acute Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care facilities. The many special needs of this patient population requires an inter-disciplinary team approach in ensuring that they are provided with the best care."