Education symposium in March 2020 in Chicago

Great opportunity to learn more about Crohn’s and Colitis!

Significant Update from the website: ***PLEASE NOTE: The Patient & Professional Education Symposium scheduled for March 14th in Rosemont, IL., has been POSTPONED. We are working on re-scheduling this program for Fall 2020, details to follow soon! We are sorry for any inconvenience this schedule change may cause. Please contact Kelly Fitzgerald at kfitzgerald@crohnscolitisfoundation.org with questions.

The following was the original text. But again, the meeting has been postponed.

The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation (formerly CCFA or Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America) is divided into statewide chapters. The Illinois Chapter has been a well respoected chapter and historically has run some of the best educational programs in the country for years.

The next Educational Symposium is coming in 2020, specifically March 14, 2020. It will be held at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare hotel. This is in Rosemont, a Chicago Suburb next to O’Hare.

There are two symposiums running in parallel: A patient centered symposium and a medical professional symposium.

Annual Patient/Professional Education Symposium
Hyatt Regency O’Hare
9300 W Bryn Mawr Ave
Rosemont, IL 60018
Postponed. Originally set for March 14, 2020, now postponed.

The registration link has been removed until the event can be rescheduled.

In the mean time, the Carol Fisher chapter has a load of activities to articipate in. Check out their website!

Author: Stephen Holland

Stephen Holland, M.D. went to medical school at Northwestern University in Chicago, then did his medical residency at Loyola in Maywood (just West of Chicago). He then did research at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, did his GI fellowship there, and went to the University of Illinois at Peoria to teach and do research. He ran a successful private practice for over 12 years in Naperville, Illinois. Most recently he was chief of GI at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Chicago for 5 years.