Marcie Stoshak-Chavez, MD, FACEP is passionate about Healthcare, having spent over 25 years in the clinical practice of Emergency Medicine at a Level One Trauma Center in Chicago. During that time, she served in departmental administrative leadership, championed new technology use in the ED and helped further the development of future physicians through teaching rotating residents in the Emergency Department. She continues to practice on a part time basis.
In addition to clinical work, Marcie has worked in management and information technology consulting for the last 10 years. During this time, she has championed projects and organizations who believe in patient safety, physician and patient engagement, workflow process design and improvement and furthering the Triple Aim in Healthcare. Her ability to be a liaison between clinical medicine and technology, translating crucial medical management needs to innovators, is one of her greatest accomplishments.
Although Marcie loves challenges at work, she also likes to challenge herself personally. She started a small brick and mortar retail pet specialty store, managing marketing, sales and administrative duties herself. In addition, she loves traveling with her family, is an avid reader, music and dog lover. She spends time volunteering for animal related organizations and The School of Rock.
Emergency Medicine Residency- University of Illinois Chicago
MD- Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
BS- Denison University