Kori Feldman M.D.
Dr. Feldman is a licensed, board-certified Family Medicine physician. She completed medical school at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, IL. Following medical school, she completed residency training at the oldest and most renowned family medicine program in Illinois, the MacNeal Hospital Family Medicine Residency in Berwyn, IL. During her three years of excellent training in family medicine, she was able to pursue her passion for integrative medicine. As a resident, Dr. Feldman spent time working with Dr. Andrew Weil’s program in Integrative Medicine in Tucson, AZ, and with the Brannick Clinic of Natural Medicine in Riverside, IL. In her clinic, she has created an ideal primary care experience and is pleased to offer a “one-stop-shop”.
- Primary care for newborns through geriatrics (excluding obstetrics)
- Well-care visits
- Acute care visits
- Pediatric alternative vaccination schedules
- School/work physicals
- Management of medical conditions and medications
- Gastrointestinal health assessments
- Individualized nutritional counseling and planning
- Specialty laboratory testing to optimize your treatment and therapy
- Integrative care combining the best of traditional and alternative modalities for interested patients for wellness and/or chronic medical conditions
- Creation of customized wellness programs for patients 18 years and older
Dr. Feldman holds privileges at Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital and is in-network with the Adventist Health Network system.
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Jacqueline Trcka, MSN, APN, FNP-BC
Jacqueline Trcka is a licensed, board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She completed her bachelors of science in nursing degree at Loyola University Chicago and worked as a trauma, medical-surgical, and pediatric nurse. She expanded her knowledge and training by completing her masters of science in nursing at one of the most prestigious nurse practitioner programs in the country, Loyola University Chicago. While earning her masters degree, Jacqueline completed two clinical rotations with Dr. Feldman. She joined IFHA in 2012 and continues to broaden the breadth and depth of her knowledge in integrative medicine. She has expertise in thyroid dysfunction, adrenal fatigue, and general pediatrics. Jacqui especially enjoys helping teens and first time parents. She is married and has one child. In her free time she enjoys running, traveling, gardening, and healthy cooking.
What is a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)?
A FNP is a registered nurse who has completed graduate level education and specializes in the care of all ages. Nurse practitioners in Illinois are mid-level providers (equivalent to physicians who work in an outpatient setting) who can serve as a patient’s primary care provider. Nurse practitioners can diagnose, treat, manage, prevent and evaluate acute and chronic diseases, as well as provide valuable education to patients. Nurse Practitioners are able to prescribe medications, order labs and diagnostic testing, and make referrals. FNPs can also provide well-child exams, physicals, and well-woman exams. In all, Nurse Practitioners are direct health care providers, providing a comprehensive approach toward patient care with the attentiveness and compassion that is commonly associated with nursing.
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Tracy Bongiorno PA-C
Tracy is a certified physician assistant. She received her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, IL. There she studied many areas of medicine, with a special interest in pediatrics. She also received a Bachelors of Art in Psychology from the University of Iowa. Tracy started her career in 2003 working in the area of biomedical medicine. She specialized in treating patients with Autism/PDD, ADD/ADHD, Mood disorders, Depression, Anxiety, Environmental and Food Allergies/Sensitivities, Eczema, Chronic GI Disorders and IBS. The goal of biomedical medicine is to get to the underlying causes to the symptoms of the disease. Prior to starting at IFHA, Tracy worked at an integrative family practice in Chicago, IL.
As a physician assistant, Tracy works closely with Dr. Feldman as part of the medical team. A PA performs physical examinations, including well- child exams and well-women exams. They can diagnose and treat illnesses, evaluate acute and chronic diseases, order and interpret lab tests, prescribe medications and referrals as needed, and provide patient education and counseling.
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Briana Peper PA-C
Briana Peper is a board certified Physician Assistant. She received her Masters degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Illinois College. Before attending the PA program, Briana worked in long term care and on a medical-surgical unit. Through clinical training, Briana studied many areas of medicine but found her passion in medicine and women’s health. She especially enjoys working with new parents, mental illness, and those with chronic illnesses. She continues to expand the depth of her knowledge in integrative medicine since starting at IFHA.
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