Dr. Sanders received her medical training at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago in 2013. She was privileged to train at Advocate Christ Medical Center in a Level 1 trauma center, as a family medicine resident.
Dr. Rastetter is a family medicine physician who joined the PCC health care team in 2009. He serves as the Medical Director at PCC West Town Family Health Center. Dr. Rastetter earned his medical degree from Loyola University Chicago – Stritch School of Medicine in 2006
Sara Miranda is a family nurse practitioner who joined PCC in 2014. She completed both her undergraduate and medical education at Resurrection University in 2014. She completed residency at PCC, as part of the West Suburban Medical Center – Family Medicine Residency Program.
Dr. Milik joined the PCC health care team in 2008. He earned his medical degree from the University of Cairo – Faculty of Medicine in Cairo, Egypt. Dr. Milik completed residency at Wheeling Hospital Family Health Center in West Virginia.
Dr. McDonough joined the PCC health care team in 2009. She earned her medical degree from Loyola University Chicago – Stritch School of Medicine in 2006. She completed residency at West Suburban Medical Center – Family Medicine Residency Program.
Dr. Kawai received her medical education at St. George's University – School of Medicine in Grenada. She completed residency at the University of Florida.
Specializing in family medicine, Dr. Franco joined PCC in 2014. After obtaining his medical degree from University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago in 2014, he completed his residency at Northwestern University – McGaw Medical Center.
Dr. Cabanilla is a family medicine physician who completed her undergraduate and medical education at the University of the Philippines. She completed residency at the University of Missouri Family Medicine Residency program.
Chief Population Health Officer, Amanda Brooks, joined PCC in 2011. Prior to her promotion as CPHO in January 2018, Amanda served as the Director of Behavioral Health. She is a graduate of the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor. During her tenure at PCC, Amanda has made significant contributions, such as attracting over $1 million in grant funding and facilitating the implementation of telehealth and Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT). Notably, she helped launch PCC’s first integrated, direct-access Chemical Dependency Clinic, which increases access to medication-assisted treatment for opioid dependence. Amanda also serves as the facilitator of the quarterly behavioral health round table of behavioral health directors affiliated with the Illinois Primary Health Care Association.