Grand Rounds


  • To enhance clinical diagnosis and management skills in primary care medicine
  • Describe up-to-date medical information on specific medical problems and their management
  • Discuss diagnosis and management protocols
  • Apply protocols in clinical practice and (when applicable) in the clinical teaching arena

Intended audience: physicians, residents, other allied health professionals


Generally held the first Thursday of each month. Call (309) 672-4599 for the most up-to-date information.

1/6/22 Brandon Bockewitz, MD Non-Surgical Management of Hip and Shoulder in the Adult and Pediatric Population (recording) | Slides
2/3/22 Tiffany Abrego, Ph.D Developmental Milestones (recording) | Slides
3/3/22 Praveen Sudhindra, MD COVID-19: Update
4/7/22 Robert Kinzinger, MD Osteoporosis and Fragility Fractures (recording) | Slides
5/5/22 Amy Christison, MD Eat Less, Exercise More | Slides
6/2/22 James Klemens, MD ‘It Hurts Right Hear’ – Hearing Loss and the Painful Ear | Slides
8/4/22 Asim Jaffer, MD Palliative Care Prognostication for the Primary Care Physician (recording) | Slides
9/1/22 Robert Sparrow, MD Difficult to Control Hypertension (recording) | Slides
10/6/22 Mohammad Fahad Asad, MD Topic: Abnormal CBC
11/3/22 Bindu Patel, MD Topic: Vulvovaginal Conditions in the Prepubertal Child
12/1/22 TBA TBA
2/6/20 Evan Lagouros, MD High Risk Eye Medications and Screening Guidelines
3/5/20 Daniel Martin, MD Liver Lesions
4/2/20 Canceled
5/7/20 Canceled
6/4/20 Robert Kinzinger, MD Diagnosis and Management of Bone and Joint Infections
8/6/20 Drs. Kelvin Wynn, Aaron Costerisan, Laura Smith, Anton Grasch and Asim Jaffer Dermatology
9/3/20 Jeff Leman, MD, Andrew Kamell, MD,
and AJ Roseboom
CBD Oil and Medical Marijuana Use in Pain Management
10/1/20 Joan Golemon, MD Common Hand Injuries
11/5/20 Dr. Imran Balouch UGI Bleeding
12/3/20 Dr. Samer Sader AKI


Family Medical Center, Coyner Conference Room (2nd Floor)
815 Main Street, Peoria, IL 61602


This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the University of Illinois College of Medicine, UnityPoint Health, and OSF Saint Francis Medical Center. The University of Illinois is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Illinois College of Medicine designates each of these educational activities for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

These activities have been reviewed and accepted for 1 Prescribed credit each by the American Academy of Family Physicians.