Dr. Kruczek recently completed a three-year hematology/oncology fellowship at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, where she served as Chief Fellow in the acclaimed Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center. She is expertly trained in evaluating and treating patients with all types of cancer.
During her fellowship, Dr. Kruczek lectured extensively, presenting on lung cancer, ovarian cancer, hereditary hemochromatosis, advanced prostate cancer, and urothelial cancer. She is highly regarded by her professors and her peers and earned several awards, including the Resident Research Award at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in 2013.
Dr. Kruczek graduated from Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in Downers Grove and did her internship and residency in internal medicine at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital. She completed her hematology/oncology fellowship at Loyola University Medical Center. She also completed an American Society of Hematology Advocacy Leadership Institute program in Washington, D.C., where she discussed continued NIH funding for medical research and legislation with house and the senate representatives.
Dr. Kruczek holds memberships in the American Society of Clinical Oncology, American Society of Hematology, American Osteopathic Association and Sigma Sigma Phi, Osteopathic Medicine Honor Society.
She is in practice with Primary Health Associates, Drs. Mark Kozloff and James Wallace, with offices at the Ingalls Family Care Centers in Flossmoor and Tinley Park. When she’s not seeing patients, Dr. Kruczek enjoys traveling, running, ballet and ballroom dance and hiking.
Physicians on the Ingalls Medical Staff are “Independent Practioners” and are not employees or agents of the hospital.
- Midwestern University (Medical School)
- Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, Internal Medicine (Internship & Residency)
- Loyola University Medical Center, Hematology and Oncology (Fellowship)
Ingalls Family Care Center, Flossmoor
19550 Governors Highway
Flossmoor, IL 60422
phone: 708.915.8660 fax: 708.957.5919