Dr. Tahseen J. Siddiqui M. D.
Infectious Disease Specialist | Infectious Disease326W, 64th Street 202 Chicago IL, 60621
Dr. Tahseen Siddiqui is an infectious disease specialist practicing in Chicago, IL since 2003 after he completed specialized fellowship training from Loyola University Medical Center in 2003.
He has a solid professional background, academic, research and leadership positions at various medical institutions and societies, recognition of his work among the medical community and years of experience and expertise in diagnosing and managing both community as well as complicated hospital- acquired infections and communicable diseases, such as HIV, STIs, viral hepatitis (HCV/HBV), Tuberculosis, MRSA infections, wound infections/osteomyelitis and sepsis. He has been passionately dedicated in providing and improving the quality of affordable care for the patients and teaching/mentoring medical students/residents from various medical schools and universities.
Education and Training
University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics M.D 1998
Royal College of Physicians in Ireland M.R.C.P 1997
Jinnah Sindh Medical Univ. M.D 1986
Infectious Disease (Internal Medicine)
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM
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Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Chair, Infection Control & Prevention Norwegian American Hospital, Chicago 2011 - 2017
- Chair, Infection Control & Prevention Roseland Community Hospital, Chicago 2005 - 2017
- Infectious Disease Specialist Advocate Illinois Masonic Hospital, Chicago 2017 - 2017
- Chair, Dept. Of medicine Norwegian American Hospital, Chicago 2019 - 2019
- Asst. Professor of Medicine St. George’s University School of Medicine (SGU) 2018 - 2019
- American Board of Internal Medicine
- Infectious Diseases Society of America
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Get to know Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Tahseen J. Siddiqui. Dr. Siddiqui is an Infectious Disease Specialist who serves patients in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Siddiqui is board-certified in both Infectious Disease and Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM). Certification by the ABIM has stood for the highest standard in internal medicine and its 20 subspecialties. It has meant that internists have demonstrated – to their peers and to the public – that they have the clinical judgment, skills and attitudes essential for the delivery of excellent patient care. Graduated from Jinnah Sindh Medical University, Karachi, Pakistan (1986), and postgraduate diplomate (MRCP) in General Medicine from the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (1997). He completed residency training in Internal Medicine from University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, Iowa City, IA, U.S.A (2001) and specialized in adult Infectious Diseases from Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL, U.S.A (2003) He also acquired postgraduate medical education and training from UK/Ireland by completing fellowship training in General Medicine/Pulmonary Diseases from Beaumont Hospital, affiliated with the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland, Dublin. (1998), and practiced medicine for a decade in Europe. Dr. Siddiqui, who is Asst. Professor of Medicine at St. George University Medical School, and President of Chicago Infectious Disease Physicians Group, has been practicing as an Infectious Disease Specialist in the U.S since 2003 in both the clinical as well as academic settings and holds various leadership positions in healthcare including; Chair, Infection Prevention & Department of Medicine, Clinical & Teaching Faculty of Family Medicine & Podiatry Residency Programs at Norwegian American Hospital, Chicago, IL, a 200-bed, acute care facility, providing healthcare treatment that is patient-centered and focused on quality of care, ranging from everyday care to treatment for patients’ most critical needs. He also serves as the Clinical & Teaching Faculty of Family Medicine Residency Program at Jackson Park Hospital & Medical Center, Chicago, a 256-bed, short-term comprehensive acute care facility serving the south side of Chicago. The hospital offers a wide range of inpatient and outpatient diagnostic, therapeutic and ancillary services with a commitment to medical education at all levels. He is the Chair of Infection Control Department at Roseland Community Hospital, which has provided comprehensive healthcare services for more than 85 years on Chicago’s far South Side, and is the Medical Director of Clinical Excellence at Saint Bernard Hospital, Chicago, IL, which offers a diverse mix of inpatient and outpatient medical services at our 210-bed hospital and Professional Pavilion, as well as throughout the community. He is also affiliated with Advocate Health Care, a faith-based nonprofit, is the largest health system in Illinois and a leader in the medical field that is dedicated to changing patient expectations by giving them easy access to all that they need to stay well, live well and achieve outstanding treatment outcomes. He is Dr. Siddiqui has written several research articles, presented papers/posters at various scientific seminars and has delivered numerous CME lectures on a variety of topics pertinent to the local as well as global infectious diseases and HIV medicine. He has been recognized for his clinical expertise, public health services, medical education, scientific research, and patient care, with several awards and honors from the national and international organizations, including The Marquis Who’s Who” Publication Board (Sixty Seventh Edition), Patient Reviews Top Doctor Certified, Consumers Research Council of America, Peer Reviewed professional, Puerto Rican Cultural Center/Vida/Sida, Philippine Medical Association in Chicago (PMAC), and Pakistan Physicians Society in America. As an Infectious Disease Specialist, Dr. Siddiqui is capable of preventing, diagnosing, and treating a wide variety of infectious diseases. His clinical interests include HIV, HCV, STIs, LGBTQ health, communicable illnesses, hospital- acquired infections, diabetic foot ulcers and osteomyelitis, antimicrobial stewardship, sepsis and Quality Assessment Performance Improvement projects.
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