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Keia Hobbs MD FAAFP

Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine University of Illinois College of MedicineFamily Medicine
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Biographical Info

Director, Academic Career Fellowship
Interim Chief Medical Officer, MSHC

HOMETOWN

Chicago IL

​MEDICAL SCHOOL

University of Illinois at Chicago, 1999

RESIDENCY

Cook County Hospital-Family Medicine Residency, 2002

FELLOWSHIP

Faculty Development Fellowship- University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2008

FM BOARD CERTIFICATION

2003, Recertified 2010

AREAS OF INTERESTS

Underserved Populations
Women’s Health
Family Center Maternity Care
Full Spectrum Family Medicine

I am currently an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at University of Illinois at Chicago. I received my training at John H. Stroger Hospital of Cook County (formerly Cook County Hospital). I have a great interest in underserved population and was a National Health Service Corp Scholar. I have always worked to reduce health disparities in my career. I also have a great affinity for women’s health and procedures and I share a passion for teaching and inspiring other learners with the mission of reducing health disparities and caring for underserved populations. I consider myself an advocate for social justice. I am currently the Associate Program Director for the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) Family Medicine Program and Director of the Academic Career Fellowship Program.. I have completed scholarly works on women’s health and adolescent sexual health. I enjoy practicing full spectrum family medicine including obstetric care.

AWARDS & DISTINCTIONS

FCMC Maternity Care Teacher of the Year, 2014
Rising Star Award, 2015

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

Hobbs, K. Which treatments help women with reduced libido?Journal of Family Practice,2013 Volume: 62 Issue: 2 Pages: 102-103

Hobbs, K, Brown, D. Consider adding this drug to fight COPD that’s severe Journal of Family Practice: 2012 Volume: 61 Issue: 7 Pages: 414-416

Clinical Profile

Categories: Department of Family Medicine - Faculty
Updated 3 months ago.