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Sam Grief
Sam Grief
Medical Director at Campus Care Health Insurance
Greater Chicago Area

  • Focus: Contributions are valued by peers
  • Accountability: Thoroughly contributes in all areas
  • Sense of Urgency: Consistently responds in a timely fashion
  • Team: Frequently supports and responds to peers
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Level: LEVEL 02

12 month points: 342 ptsView details

Total points: 594 pts

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Gastrointestinal Disorders
incontinence
IOT
Health
Urology
Gastroenterology
Board Certified
Medical Education
Clinical Research
Family Medicine
Healthcare
Surgery
Treatment
Healthcare Information Technology
Medicine
Internal Medicine
Public Health
Emergency Medicine
Healthcare Management
Hospitals
Pediatrics
Physicians
Neurology
Clinical Trials
Health Education
Cancer
Critical Care
Medical Research
Nutrition
Informatics
Patient Safety
EMR
Evidence-based Medicine
Inpatient
Public Speaking
Healthcare Consulting
EHR
Quality Improvement
Prevention
Working with Physicians
PROFILE

Summary

Dr. Samuel N. Grief, MD, FCFP, FAAFP is a Family Physician since 1991. He has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including community health centers, private practice and academia. Currently, he is associate professor in clinical family medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). His field of expertise is obesity, diabetes and nutrition.

Grief is a former radio show host of “The New England Health Hour” and “UIC Health Chat”. He has been an invited guest speaker for many radio, television, and multimedia interviews and presentations.

Grief is an accomplished writer and is the co-author of “The End of Obesity”, published in 1998. He is the editor of the award-winning nutrition newsletter “Nutri-Talk”. He is a freelance author for several health and medical publications.

Specialties: Nutrition and obesity management

Experience

Medical Director

Campus Care Health Insurance

August 2004 - Present

Physician

UIC Family Medicine

January 2000 - Present

Associate Professor

University of Illinois-Chicago

November 1999 - Present

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