Dr. Glick received her medical degree at Rush Medical School, completed her residency in internal medicine at University of Washington in Seattle, and completed a fellowship in infectious disease at Rush University Hospital. She currently serves as medical director of HIV services for ACCESS. Dr. Glick’s passions as a physician include keeping up to date with issues concerning HIV, STDs, resistant pathogens, and hepatitis. “The best part of being a physician,” she says, “is working with and getting to learn about patient’s lives and getting to know their care and quality of life.” In her spare time, Dr. Glick can be found spending time with her family or keeping in shape through bicycling, walking, and yoga.
Medical Education :University of Chicago
Residency :Barnes Hospital at Washington University School of Medicine