CLINICAL SUPPORT STAFF
- Vicky Spanos (AA)
- Emily McArdle, ATC (Physician Extender)
EDUCATION / CERTIFICATIONS
- Medical School
Rush University, Chicago, IL
UPMC St. Margaret Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA Family Medicine
Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL Primary Care Sports Medicine
Family Medicine – American Board of Family Medicine
Dr. Jeremy Alland graduated from Rush Medical College in Chicago, IL, where he was awarded the prestigious William H. Harrison, PhD Award for selfless leadership, aspiration and collaboration. He went on to complete a Family Medicine residency at UPMC St. Margaret Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA, where he served as Chief Resident and was peer-selected as the best resident teacher. After residency, he returned to Rush and his hometown of Chicago to complete a fellowship in sports medicine. During his training, Dr. Alland served as a team physician for the Chicago White Sox, Chicago Bulls, Chicago Fire Soccer Club, DePaul University and multiple high school football, basketball and wrestling teams. Additionally, he has been a part of the finish line medical team at both the Chicago and Pittsburgh marathons. He is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and is a member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine, American College of Sports Medicine and American Academy of Family Physicians.
As a former collegiate baseball pitcher, Jeremy A. Alland, M.D. has a strong passion for sports and medicine. He finds pride in his ability to relate to his patients and strives to help his patients remain active. He specializes in the care of the entire athlete with special interests in the throwing athlete, the golfing athlete, sports performance, and ultrasound-guided procedures. Dr. Alland is a team physician for the Chicago White Sox, Chicago Fire Soccer Club, Windy City Bulls (Chicago Bulls NBA G-League team), Chicago Dogs, Chicago Blaze, Chicago Wildfire (Ultimate Frisbee), Chicago City Soccer Club and Mount Carmel High School. He previously served as a team physician for DePaul University. He is an active researcher and has authored numerous papers on topics in sports medicine. He also serves as a peer-reviewer for The Journal of Family Practice.