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Maria Lourdes G. Banaad-Omiotek, MD

_Banaad-OmiotekOccupation: Medical Doctor
Quezon City, Philippines, January 7, 1969

Chief Resident in Family Medicine, Swedish Covenant Hospital, Chicago, IL (2003-2004)
Resident in Family Medicine, Swedish Covenant Hospital, Chicago, IL (2001-2004)
Chief Resident, Cardinal Santos Medical Center (1997)
Resident in Internal Medicine, Cardinal Santos Medical Center (1995-1997)
Postgraduate Intern, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, San Juan, Philippines (1994)
MD, University of the East-Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center, Quezon City, Philippines (1993)
BS in Biology, Apeneo University, Quezon City, Philippines (1989)

Certified in Family Medicine, The American Board of Family Medicine, Inc. (2004-Present);  Diplomate, Philippine College of Physicians (1998-Present); Diplomate, Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (1995-Present); 2nd Degree Black Belt (2020); Licensed to Practice Medicine, State of Illinois

Medical Doctor, Swedish Covenant Hospital (now Northshore University Health Systems), Chicago (2004-Present)
Attending Physician, Family Doctor-Family Healthcare, Presence Health, Chicago, IL (2004)
Research Assistant, Department of Hepatology, Rush University Medical Center (1999-2001)
Doctor, G.D. Banaad Clinic, Quezon City, Philippines (1998)

Career Related:
Director, Scholarship Program, Ateneo Alumni Association of North America, Inc. (2017-Present)

Director, Scholarship Program, Ateneo de Manila University (2017-Present)

Creative Works:
Co-author, “Current liver biopsy practices for suspected parenchymal liver diseases in the United States: The evolving role of radiologists,” American Journal of Gastroenterology (2002); Co-author, “Adult Living Donor Liver Transplantation: Preferences About Donation Outside the Medical Community,” Liver Transplantation (2001); Co-author, “Patient’s Values for Health States Associated With Hepatitis C and Physicians’ Estimates of Those Values,” American Journal of Gastroenterology (2001); Co-author, “Liver biopsy practices in the United States,” American College of Gastroenterology (2001); Co-author, “Universal precaution practices of gastrointestinal endoscopy personnel,” American College of Gatroenterology (2001); Co-author, “Differing attitudes towards virtual and conventional colonoscopy for colorectal cancer screening: Surveys among primary care physicians and potential patients,” American Journal of Gastroenterology (2001)

Honoree, Via Times Hall of Fame for Excellence in Medicine, CPRTV Channel, Via Times (2017); Honoree, Most Outstanding Resident, Swedish Covenant Hospital, Chicago, IL (2003-2004); Recipient, Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award; Honoree, Marquis Who’s Who Top Professional; Recipient, Marquis Who’s Who Humanitarian Award

Director, Scholarship Program, Ateneans USA (2017-Present); Shodan, World Seido Karate Organization (2009-Present); Member, American Academy of Family Physicians; Member, American Board of Family Medicine; Member, Chicago Medical Society; Member, Illinois Academy of Family Physicians; Member, Philippine College of Physicians

Daughter of Juanito Banaad and Minera Dichoso-Banaad
Married: Chester I. Omiotek
Children: Nicholas and Alexander Omiotek

Roman Catholic

Family; Travel; Children’s activities; Martial arts

Biography Sources:
Who’s Who in America – 2019, 72nd Edition (pub. 2019)
Who’s Who in America – 2018, 71st Edition (pub. 2018);

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