Peter Senatore,DO

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Medical Director of Emergency Room & Oncology Immediate Care Clinic, CTCA Chicago

Peter Senatore - Medical Director of Emergency Room & Oncology Immediate Care Clinic
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I have been with CTCA for my entire career because I believe in what we do.

Location
Chicago
Specialties
Emergency Medicine
Education
Medical school: Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Chicago, IL
Residency:
Family Practice - Mount Clemens General Hospital, Mount Clemens, MI
Emergency Medicine - United States Navy, Great Lakes Naval Base
Fellowship:
Emergency Medicine - Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine
Advanced degrees:
Master's, Clinical Psychology - Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL
Certifications
Emergency Medicine – Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine
Family Practice – Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine
Quality Assurance & Utilization Review – American Board of Quality Assurance & Utilization Review
Physician Executive Medicine – American Association for Physician Leadership

Dr. Peter Senatore is Medical Director of the Emergency Room and Oncology Immediate Care Clinic at Cancer Treatment Centers of America ® (CTCA), Chicago.  One of the first stakeholders at CTCA®, Dr. Senatore has been caring for patients here since the founding of our Chicago hospital and is a leader within the CTCA community.

Dr. Senatore earned his Bachelor of Science at the University of Illinois. He completed a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology at Roosevelt University and later graduated from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, becoming a Doctor of Osteopathy.

His postgraduate training including residencies at Mount Clemens General Hospital in Michigan and in the United States Navy at the Great Lakes Naval Base. He also completed a Fellowship in Emergency Medicine at the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine.

After serving briefly at a trauma center emergency room at a regional hospital, Dr. Senatore joined CTCA in 1978.

Licensed to practice medicine by the State of Illinois, Dr. Senatore is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and Family Practice Medicine by the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. His certifications also include Quality Assurance & Utilization Review by the American Board of Quality Assurance & Utilization Review and Physician Executive Medicine by the American Association for Physician Leadership.

Dedicated to the advancement of emergency and executive medicine, Dr. Senatore has published numerous articles on these fields in prominent medical journals throughout his career.

At CTCA, Dr. Senatore serves the urgent care needs of patients. He treats emergency issues related to cancer and stabilizes urgent noncancerous conditions requiring medical management. “It is a privilege to serve our exceptional and motivated patients,” says Dr. Senatore.

He is also heavily involved with administrative hospital matters, ensuring that physicians maintain competency and certifications in safety, quality assurance and emergency management. He serves as Chairman of the Credentialing Committee and Utilization Review Committee, and as Physician Adviser for employee health and risk management. He is a member of hospital committees focused on safety, ethics, infectious control and critical care, among others.

Outside of CTCA, Dr. Senatore enjoys spending time with his family and pursuing creative interests. “I am the fortunate husband in a 42-year marriage, a big brother, a devoted soccer coach, an amateur painter and a lucky grandparent,” he says.

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