Dr. Gene Denning D.O., F.A.A.P.


Gene Denning D.O., F.A.A.P.


5/1993 University of Illinois at Chicago B.S. in Biological Science
5/1998 Midwestern University Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine

Post-Graduate Training

5/2001 Cook County Children’s Hospital Residency in Categorical Pediatrics


6/2001-5/2002 Meyer Medical Physicians Group Attending Pediatrician
7/2002-9/2008 Hahn Pediatric Group Attending Pediatrician Vice Presiden
9/2008-Present Hahn Pediatric Group Attending Pediatrician President

Academic Positions and Appointments

6/2002 - Present Christ/Hope Children’s Hospital Active Staff Pediatrician
8/2002 - 12/2010 Palos Community Hospital Active Staff Pediatrician
2/2012 - Present Silver Cross Hospital Active Staff Pediatrician
6/2002 - 6/2005 University of Chicago Clinical Associate
1/2003 - 6/2005 Christ/Hope Children’s Hospital Emergency Medicine Department
1/2003 - Present Midwestern University Early Clinical Contact Instructor
1/2004 - Present Midwestern University Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor, Family Medicine


10/2002 AAP Board Certified 2002
4/2012 AAP Recertified

Honors and Awards

1995 Selected for Illinois State MECO Program
2004 Advocate Hope Children’s Hospital – General Practitioner of the Year

Professional Memberships

1994-1998 Student Osteopathic Association
1994-1998 Illinois Society of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons
1994-1998 American Osteopathic Association
1994-1998 American Medical Student Association
1994-Present American Medical Association
1994-Present Chicago Medical Society
1994-Present Illinois State Medical Society
1994-Present American Academy of Pediatrics

Administrative Committee Activities

2006 - Present Advocate Hope Children’s Hospital Performance Improvement Committee
2006 - 2010 Palos Community Pediatrics Evaluation Committee
2019 - Present Advocate Physician Advisory Counsel

Clinical Roles

2001 - Present Private practice pediatrician

Teaching Responsibilities

2002-2010 Supervise second year pediatric residents for 2 week rotation in private practice setting
2003-Present Early Clinical Contact Program Midwestern University Supervise 1st and 2nd year medical students introducing them to the clinical stetting
2003-2005 Supervise Pediatric residents, Emergency Medicine residents, and 3rd and 4th year medical students in the Pediatric Emergency Department
2010–Present Midwestern University supervising and teaching 3rd year medical students during their 6 week Pediatrics rotation

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