Sinan M. Alo, D.O.

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Education

University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio- Fall 1999 to Spring 2003

  • Undecided Major

  • Activities: Helped set up the University President’s Annual Interfaith Dinner

  • Honors: President’s List Fall 2001 and President’s List Spring 2002

 

Benedictine University, Lisle, Illinois- Fall 2003 to Fall 2005

  • Bachelor’s of Science: Health Science Degree 

  • Teaching Assistant Biology I Lab and Chemistry I Lab 

  • Activities: Active member of Pre-Med AMSA and Best Buddies

  • Honors: Dean’s List Fall 2003 and Dean’s List Spring 2004

 

Midwestern University’s Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Downers Grove, Illinois- Fall 2006 to Summer 2011

Degree of Doctor of Osteopathy

  • Activities: Student member of American Osteopathic Association, Student member of American Medical Association, Student member of Illinois Osteopathic Medical Society, Member of Student Osteopathic Medical Association, Student member of American College of Physicians, Student member of American Association of Family Physicians, and Student member of Illinois Academy of Family Physicians

 

Internal Medicine Residency- July 2011 – July 2014

Midwestern University St. James Hospital Internal Medicine Residency, Olympia Fields, Illinois

  • Named to Chief Resident for the PGY3 year- responsibilities included but not limited to- Developing program wide residents’ yearly and monthly schedules. Improving and ensuring quality Internal medicine, Ambulatory and Intensive care unit didactics. 

  • Poster Presentation at ACOI 2014- “Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome after Asenapine- 2nd Reported Case”

  • Received Resident of the Quarter award during Fall of PGY2 year

  • Numerous patient encounters in the inpatient setting and outpatient setting including- Histories and physicals, General medical services, Consult services, Intensive care services, Ambulatory care services

  • Resident member of: American Osteopathic Association, American College of Osteopathic Internists, American College of Physicians, Illinois Osteopathic Medical Society

 

Cardiology Fellowship- July 2014 – July 2017

Midwestern University St. James Hospital Cardiology Fellowship, Olympia Fields, Illinois

  • Named 2015 Recipient of the “Gold Humanism Excellence in Teaching Award Winner.” 

    • Rotating medical students elect house staff for excellence in Humanism, Care, and Teaching. 

  • Named 2016-2017 Chief Cardiology Fellow. Responsibilities including but not limited to- Developing program wide Fellow rotation schedules, call schedules, and lecture schedules. Assisting the Program Director with AOA to ACGME merger and accreditation 

  • Abstract Submitted and Accepted – “An Unusual Case of Coronary Steal Syndrome- with LIMA to PA Fistula” submitted to the 2016 C3:Complex Cardiovascular Catheter Therapeutics Conference- pending approval

  • Numerous patient encounters in the inpatient setting and outpatient setting with skills including- Cardiology Consultation, Cardiac Catheterization, Transthoracic and Transesophageal Echocardiography, Nuclear Cardiology, Vascular Ultrasound, Pacemaker Insertion, Cardiac Stress Testing

  • Fellow Member of:

    • American College of Cardiology, American College of Osteopathic Internists, American College of Physicians. 

 

Board Certifications
  • Board Certified in Internal Medicine- July 2014 – July 2024

  • National Board of Echocardiography- ASCeEXAM applicant for Comprehensive Certification- Exam July 25, 2016- Results pending

  • Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology applicant- Exam date December 19, 2016- Results pending

 

Awards
  • Named to Chief Internal Medicine Resident 2013 – 2014

  • Named to Chief Cardiology Fellow 2016-2017 

  • Named the 2015 Recipient of the “Gold Humanism Excellence in Teaching Award Winner.” Rotating medical students elect house staff for excellence in Humanism, Care, and Teaching. 

  • Received Resident of the Quarter award during Fall of PGY2 year

 

Experience

 

Sales and Technical Specialist- June 1999 -  2006 

NTC Computers Inc., Toledo, Ohio

  • Diagnosing and repairing computers. Customer sales and relations. Network Setup and Administration. Managed the entire store and all of its clientele for a full three weeks.

 

Medical Filing and IT- December 2005 – 2006 

Ida Family Clinic, Ida, Michigan

  •  Filing medical records properly. Revamping and re-filing many old medical records. Repairing and diagnosing any IT issues

 

Illinois Association of Family Physician’s Summer Externship Program- Summer 2008

With Pauline Harding, M.D. Prairie Trail Family Medicine, Aurora, IL

  • Interviewed and examined patients. Presented the patients to Dr. Harding. Then shadowed Dr. Harding as she re-examined the patients.

 

Board Certified Internist and Hospitalist- July 2014- Present

Part Time Hospitalist at Franciscan Physician Network- St. Margaret’s Hospital, Hammond, Indiana 

  • Numerous in house 12 hour night shifts at St. Margaret’s Hospital

  • Responsibilities included- Admissions of all Internal Medicine Patients, H&P’s, Cross Coverage of 50-60 patients, Rapid Responses, Code Blues, Intubations, and Central Line Placements

 

Volunteer

Volunteer- Fall 2001 

St. Vincent’s Specialty Clinic, Toledo, Ohio

  • Prepared patient’s rooms before and after patients were seen. Watched as nurses took vital signs of patients. Transported patients from X-ray back to clinic

 

Observer- December 2004  

Dr. Essam Daboul, Toledo, Ohio

  • Observed a colonoscopy preformed by Dr. Daboul. Step by step was explained from diagnosis to removing polyps

 

Volunteer- Spring 2005  

Edward Hospital, Naperville, Illinois

  • Transported patients from floor to floor. Discharged and transported patients to their waiting families

 

Volunteer and Observer- Summer 2005  

St. Anne Mercy Hospital, Toledo, Ohio

  • Followed all Emergency Medicine physicians as they first responded to and examined emergency patients

 

Volunteer and Observer- Fall 2007 to Spring 2008  

REST Clinic, Chicago, IL

  • A free clinic to serve the uninsured. Interviewed and examined patients. Presented patients to the attending. 

 

Volunteer - Spring 2010  

Compassionate Care Network Chicago 

  • A free mobile clinic to serve uninsured. Interviewed and examined patients