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Katya Cruz Madrid , MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine Geriatrics
Work University of Illinois at Chicago (M/C 717) Section of General Medicine-Geriatrics 840 S. Wood St # 440, Chicago, IL 60612 Clinical Phone: 312-413-3631 Publications Website: Publications Clinical Website: Clinical Profile
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Biographical Info

Dr. Cruz Madrid is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Academic Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. Her clinical practice focuses in the care of elderly patients, diagnosis and treatment of dementia, frailty, falls, mood disorders, incontinence, hearing problems and other chronic diseases. She finds also important a pro-active communication with patient and family, as well as education of different health issues are related with better adherence, decrease hospital admissions, reduction of number of medications and adverse outcomes.

Education History:

Medical School: University Evangelical of El Salvador
Residency: Michael Reese Hospital
Fellowship: University of Illinois at Chicago, Geriatric Medicine

Categories: DOM – AIM – Faculty
Updated 3 weeks ago.

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Katya Cruz Madrid , MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine Geriatrics
Work University of Illinois at Chicago (M/C 717) Section of General Medicine-Geriatrics 840 S. Wood St # 440, Chicago, IL 60612 Clinical Phone: 312-413-3631 Publications Website: Publications Clinical Website: Clinical Profile
Photo of Katya Cruz Madrid , MD

Biographical Info

Dr. Cruz Madrid is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Academic Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. Her clinical practice focuses in the care of elderly patients, diagnosis and treatment of dementia, frailty, falls, mood disorders, incontinence, hearing problems and other chronic diseases. She finds also important a pro-active communication with patient and family, as well as education of different health issues are related with better adherence, decrease hospital admissions, reduction of number of medications and adverse outcomes.

Education History:

Medical School: University Evangelical of El Salvador
Residency: Michael Reese Hospital
Fellowship: University of Illinois at Chicago, Geriatric Medicine

Categories: DOM – AIM – Faculty
Updated 3 weeks ago.

Staff

Katya Cruz Madrid , MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine Geriatrics
Work University of Illinois at Chicago (M/C 717) Section of General Medicine-Geriatrics 840 S. Wood St # 440, Chicago, IL 60612 Clinical Phone: 312-413-3631 Publications Website: Publications Clinical Website: Clinical Profile
Photo of Katya Cruz Madrid , MD

Biographical Info

Dr. Cruz Madrid is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Academic Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. Her clinical practice focuses in the care of elderly patients, diagnosis and treatment of dementia, frailty, falls, mood disorders, incontinence, hearing problems and other chronic diseases. She finds also important a pro-active communication with patient and family, as well as education of different health issues are related with better adherence, decrease hospital admissions, reduction of number of medications and adverse outcomes.

Education History:

Medical School: University Evangelical of El Salvador
Residency: Michael Reese Hospital
Fellowship: University of Illinois at Chicago, Geriatric Medicine

Categories: DOM – AIM – Faculty
Updated 3 weeks ago.

Affiliated Faculty

Katya Cruz Madrid , MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine Geriatrics
Work University of Illinois at Chicago (M/C 717) Section of General Medicine-Geriatrics 840 S. Wood St # 440, Chicago, IL 60612 Clinical Phone: 312-413-3631 Publications Website: Publications Clinical Website: Clinical Profile
Photo of Katya Cruz Madrid , MD

Biographical Info

Dr. Cruz Madrid is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Academic Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. Her clinical practice focuses in the care of elderly patients, diagnosis and treatment of dementia, frailty, falls, mood disorders, incontinence, hearing problems and other chronic diseases. She finds also important a pro-active communication with patient and family, as well as education of different health issues are related with better adherence, decrease hospital admissions, reduction of number of medications and adverse outcomes.

Education History:

Medical School: University Evangelical of El Salvador
Residency: Michael Reese Hospital
Fellowship: University of Illinois at Chicago, Geriatric Medicine

Categories: DOM – AIM – Faculty
Updated 3 weeks ago.