MD2 Chicago is located in the Omni Hotel building on Michigan Avenue.
At MD2 Chicago, you'll be cared for by two of the most respected and sought-after physicians in Chicago, Dr. Joseph Hennessy and Dr. Steven Gallo. Both physicians are affiliated with Rush University Medical Center and Northwestern Memorial Hospital and have long-standing ties with the top specialists and other medical institutions in the area.
Dr. Joseph Hennessy
Dr. Joseph J. Hennessy is a native of Chicago, where he has provided primary care to many of his esteemed colleagues and prominent community members for over two decades, earning him the distinctive role of being the “Doctor’s doctor”. An avid baseball fan and Little League coach, Dr. Hennessy has also been a Chicago White Sox Team physician since 2004, a role he enjoys both personally and professionally.
After graduating magna cum laude from Illinois Benedictine College, Dr. Hennessy went on to earn his medical degree from Rush Medical College. He completed his internship and residency at Rush University Medical Center, where he received accolades as Intern, Resident, and Attending of the Year. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine.
Dr. Hennessy is currently an Assistant Professor and a Senior Attending physician at Rush University Medical Center. He also serves as the Chairman of the Medical School Admissions Committee at Rush Medical College. He is a member of the American College of Physicians, Chicago Medical Society, Illinois State Medical Society, and American Diabetes Association.
Dr. Steven Gallo
Dr. Steven Gallo is widely recognized for his exemplary and compassionate care, as well as his mentoring and teaching abilities, making him a favorite physician in the Chicago area for two decades. He has had the privilege of being the primary care physician for many in the Northwestern medical community, including physicians, nurses and other staff members.
After graduation magna cum laude at University of Notre Dame, Dr. Gallo earned his medical degree at Northwestern University Medical School, where he also completed his residency. As a medical student, he received the honor of being inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society in his third rather than fourth year, foreshadowing his future accomplishments. He was named Medical Intern of the Year and Resident Teacher of the Year – both twice over - and was Chief Medical Resident for two years.
Dr. Gallo is Assistant Professor of Medicine at Northwestern University Medical School, where he has been teaching residents and students since 1994. Since 2009, he also has taught Rush Medical School residents in a free outpatient clinic for the uninsured, where he has been volunteering for 2 decades.