Dr. Robert J. Wolf graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Psychology and Biology from Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois in 1987. Dr. Wolf received his MD from Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago in 1991. In 1994, Dr. Wolf completed the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Rush Medical Center in Chicago, where he served as Chief Resident before joining his first medical practice.
Today, Dr. Robert J. Wolf continues his academic affiliation with Rush Medical College, serving as Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine. His practice, Medical Care Specialists, Ltd., is located in Skokie, Illinois. Dr. Wolf welcomes patients of all ages, from young adults to seniors, at his practice. He treats a wide range of illnesses, emphasizing prevention and sports fitness to his patients. He uses innovative treatments for alcoholism, mental health conditions, and palliative care.
In 2000, Dr. Robert J. Wolf started his private practice and has developed it to now include two nurse practitioners. Dr. Wolf's philosophy of care is traditional and "old school" with the advantages of electronic medical records and state-of-the-art care. Dr. Wolf partners with the North Shore University Health System, a network of four hospitals in the North Shore of Chicago: Glenbrook, Skokie, Highland Park, and Evanston Hospitals. When one of his patients is admitted to a hospital, Dr. Wolf follows that patient's care throughout the stay and post-hospital rehabilitation.
A member of the American College of Physicians, Dr. Robert J. Wolf is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine. He supports a variety of worthy charities, including Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and PAWS. In his spare time, Dr. Wolf enjoys swimming, cross-training, and triathlons. He is also fluent in Hungarian.