Bruce Lowell Henschen

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I am currently a general internist at Northwestern. I received my MD and MPH degrees from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in 2012 and completed residency training in Internal Medicine at Northwestern in 2015. I served as Chief Medical Resident during 2015-2016 and am currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics.

I am interested particularly in transitions of care between the hospital and the clinic and am the co-director of the Complex High Admission Management Program (CHAMP), a clinic caring for medically complex patients who are frequently hospitalized. I am also involved in medical student and resident education, including primary care education and curriculum development. I am involved in the Feinberg Education Centered Medical Home, a longitudinal clinical clerkship for teams of medical students to meaningfully contribute to clinical care.

Clinically, I am interested in general internal medicine, primary care, and preventive care. I believe in active listening, understanding the patient's perspective on their illness, and both treating and proactively preventing disease.

Training Experience

2015Residency, Northwestern University, McGaw Medical Center

Education/Academic qualification

Public Health, MPH, Northwestern University

… → 2012

Medicine, MD, Northwestern University

… → 2012

Research interests

  • Internal Medicine / General Medicine
  • Medical Education
  • Primary Care


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