Preceptorship

Each year, more than 70 Dominican students participate in health science preceptorships. A health science preceptorship integrates academic coursework with real-life applications, highlights potential career paths, helps develop important professional contacts, and bolsters graduate school applications. Post Baccalaureate Pre Medical students may apply for a 2-credit hour preceptorship and will be placed based upon availability. You will forfeit your preceptorship if:

  • you do not fill out paperwork by the expected deadlines
  • you display any unprofessional conduct (e.g., missed meetings, issues with staff)

Preceptorships Vary Based Upon Availability Each Semester

Hospital-Based

Rush Oak Park Hospital
Anesthesiology - Dr. Sandeep Amin
Emergency Room - Dr. Daniel Noonan
General Surgery - Dr. Donald Nash
Intermediate Care Unit
Opthalmology - Dr. Peter Panton
Orthopaedics - Dr. Brian Cole
Pharmacy - Viral Mirah, Pharm.D
Plastic Surgery -
Dr. Allan Parungao
Radiology - Dr. John Courtney
Recovery - Lea Cibert, BSN
Rehabilitation Unit - Michael Genovesi, P.T.
Wound Clinic - Dr. Donald Nash

Rush University College of Medicine
Department of Pathology - Dr. Robert DeCresce

Clinic-Based

Drs. Gingis & Associates
Audiology

Advanced Dermatology and Urology Center
Urology: Dr. Alan Sadah
Dermatology: Dr. Belmina 
Michael

Public Health

Westside Health Authority
Cody McSellers-McCray,
Director of Health Promotions

Dental

Infant Welfare Society/UIC College of Dentistry
Dr. Jill Baskin

Occupational & Physical Therapy

Kids Unlimited
Mary Kreis, O.T.

Veterinary

Prairie State Animal Hospital
Dr. John Brancel