Ausencio Nunez MD
Ausencio Nunez, MD was born in Durango, Mexico and came to the United States of America with his family at a very young age 3. He spent 1 year in New Mexico and spent the rest of his growing up years in the north side of Chicago. He went to the Loyola University of Chicago for his undergraduate school , majoring in Biology. The next 4 years were spent at the University of Illinois Medical School. He decided early on that he was going to be a Pediatrician. He has always had a special place in his heart for children. However, his passion for helping people did not just stop with children, he wanted to help and serve people of all ages. This is how he decided to specialize in internal Meds/Peds. He went to Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit for his first year of residency, followed by 2 years of Pediatric residency at the University of Illinois and 2 years of residency, followed by 2 years of Pediatric residency at University of Illinois and 2 years of Internal Medicine at Illinois Masonic Hospital, Right after completing his residency, he became the Medical Director of Alivio Medical Center – a health center locates in the west side of Chicago serving the uninsured, underinsured Hispanic community and other cultures ads races In the area requiring quality healthcare at low cost. In April 1994, he started his own practice, this time in the suburb. He opened Progressive Medical Center on April 8, 1994, in Bensenville, IL. 3 rooms, 1 receptionist and 2 MA’s were all he needs to run the place. 24 years later, Dr. Nunez continues to serve the people and the community he loves Like a butterfly, Progressive Medical Center has gone thru a metamorphosis of change over the years. We currently have 3 providers with 20 full-time employees.
Rolando Henriquez MD
Orlando Henriquez MD, is originally from San Salvador, El Salvador. He began his medical career in Mexico City, Mexico at Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM) in 1979. He then completed his residency in 1994 and he was a Chief Resident in Internal Medicine at Ravenswood Hospital. Fluent in the Spanish and English Language, Doctor Henriquez worked as a Physician in Puebla, Mexico before returning to Chicago. He says being Hispanic has had a significant impact on his work. “We are traditionally hard-working, honest, responsible and caring people with great family values and respect for others,” he said. “Our culture teaches us to have respect for the elderly and care for the sick. We are warm, friendly and uncomplicated happy people in general and our culture is rich and fascinating.
He then worked for Alivio Medical Center in the Pilsen neighbohood before serving as the Vice-president at Progressive Medical Center sin 1995.
Hans J. Henriquez MD
Doctor Henriquez was born and partially raised in the beautiful Mexico City, Mexico. In 2004 he began his studies in biology at the University of Illinois in Chicago (UIC) and followed his medical career at University of Illinois College of Medicine in Urbana and Peoria, Illinois. He became a Doctor of Medicine in 2014 and did his residency at Rush University Medical Center up until June 2017.
Fluent in the Spanish and English language, Henriquez also served as a Spanish Medical Instructor at UIC’s College of Medicine from 2010 to 2014.
He has also been member of American College of Physicians since 2012.
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