MAYWOOD, Ill. – William Revethis, MD, brings his expertise in preventive medicine to the Loyola University Health System primary care team in Hickory Hills. He also is an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine.
Dr. Revethis is well-known in the Chicago area for his excellent patient care and skill in helping patients maintain a healthy lifestyle. His medical interests include hypertension, controlling high cholesterol and diabetes.
“We feel honored to have such an established and well-respected physician join Loyola. We look forward to many years of working together and assisting him as he continues to provide excellent care to his patients,” said Keith Veselik, medical director of the division of primary care at Loyola University Health System.
Revethis is a board certified in internal medicine, a member of the Illinois State Medical Society and Chicago Medical Society.
He earned his medical degree at the University of Athens Medical School. He completed a residency in adult internal medicine at Ravenswood Hospital and Medical Center/University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago. Before joining Loyola he was part of the Primary Internal Medicine practice at Palos Hills Medical Center.
Dr. Revethis, who is fluent in Greek, sees patients at the Loyola Center for Health in Hickory Hills, 9608 Roberts Rd.
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