Dr. Terry Vanden Hoek, Chief Medical Officer, University of Illinois Hospital and Clinic, and CGH Faculty Affiliate has been selected by Crain’s Chicago’s Notable LGBTQ Executives. As chief medical officer, Dr. Terry Vanden Hoek oversees the medical staff and services for the University of Illinois Hospital & Clinics. As head of emergency medicine, he manages staff and the emergency room. He’s responsible for UI Health’s Better Health Through Housing program that provides free housing for homeless emergency department patients. Vanden Hoek has launched partnerships with other local hospitals to provide housing for homeless patients. He manages close to $2 million in National Institutes of Health funding on research to improve survival for cardiac arrest. Vanden Hoek leads Illinois Heart Rescue, a statewide initiative aimed at reducing deaths due to out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. The program helped train more than 30,000 citizens in CPR in Chicago since its inception.