To train outstanding physicians in all aspects of Pediatric Hospital Medicine in a close-knit program, focused on the goals and well-being of the fellow.


  • To enhance the health and well-being of children through excellence in family-centered care, education, innovation, research and advocacy.
  • To provide healthcare that is safe, high quality, evidence-based and value driven with a seamless transition to the home environment.
  • To education our patients, families, learners, faculty and interdisciplinary team on compassionate, patient centered medicine.

Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Statement

The Pediatric Hospital Medicine program at the University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria commits to ensuring a diversity of cultures, races and ethnicities, gender, religious beliefs, learning differences, sexual orientations and identities for our trainees, faculty, staff, and families.

Our mission is not only to support but to advocate for and be the agents of change against structural racism for those individuals who identify as underrepresented in our in our society and in medicine.

We are committed to being an inclusive environment that does not tolerate any form of racism, discrimination, mistreatment, or bias.

Our goal is to equip our fellows with the skills to engage in anti-racist practices, to provide equitable and high-quality care to children and advocate for themselves and their colleagues.