Primary Care Physician and Fellow for Leadership in Value-Based Care at Oak Street Health
GP / Family doctor
Dr Patel graduated from the Zhejiang University School of Medicine. She worked in clinical research at the University of Illinois in Chicago and University of Nevada in Las Vegas focused on culturally adapted health interventions for preventive medicine in the community setting. Received her Master's of Science in Global Health (concentration in Health Policy) from Georgetown University, during which she worked with the WHO in Sierra Leone and Save the Children in Washington, D.C. Unnati went on to complete her family medicine residency in Chicago, Illinois at Norwegian American Hospital.
She is currently working as a primary care physician in the city of Chicago and completing her Master's of Business Administration at the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and Fellowship in Leadership in Value-Based Care.
Place of Practice
Oak Street Health, Chicago, Illinois, United States
2017-2020: Family Medicine Resident at Norwegian American Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, United States
2017-2020: Family Medicine Resident at PCC Wellness in Chicago, Illinois, United States
Board Certified in Family Medicine (2020 - Present)
Qualification and Affiliations
AAFP (American Association of Family Physicians)
ISMS (Illinois State Medical Society)
IAFP (Illinois Association of Family Physicians)
AMA (American Medical Association)
Strategies for improving pediatric/adolescent HIV suppression rates for patients on HAART in NigeriaStrategies for improving pediatric/adolescent HIV suppression rates for patients on HAART in Nigeria. Annals of Global Health · Aug 20, 2016.
Cultural considerations for the adaptation of an Internet-based intervention for depression prevention in Mainland ChinaCultural considerations for the adaptation of an Internet-based intervention for depression prevention in Mainland China. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health · Feb 27, 2016.
Ebola Outbreak in Nigeria: Increasing Ebola Knowledge of Volunteer Health AdvisorsEbola Outbreak in Nigeria: Increasing Ebola Knowledge of Volunteer Health Advisors. Global Journal of Health Science · May 1, 2015.