Biography
Christopher M. Guerrero, M.D. received his
medical training in Manila, Philippines and has
completed three residencies - two in              
Chicago, IL and and one in Maywood, IL. He        
belongs to several medical associations and has
received many outstanding achievement awards in
his medical practice. Dr. Guerrero started his
education in Pre-Medicine at University of the East,
Manila, Philippines, 1967 – 1971.  He got his
Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of
the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical
Center, Quezon City, Philippines, 1971 – 1976.
Professional Association:
Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians
Fellow, American College of Forensic Examiners
Fellow, American College of Forensic Medicine
Fellow, American College of International Physicians
Fellow, American College of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review
Physicians.
American Academy of Family Physicians
American College of Forensic Examiners
American College of Forensic Medicine
Chicago Medical Society
Illinois Academy of Family
(First Filipino American physician awardee)

Faculty Mentor Award in Student Leadership, College of Medicine,
University of Illinois, Chicago, IL, May of 2007

Hall of Fame in Medicine, Chicago-Midwest Filipino Community, USA,
November of 2006

Outstanding Novo Vizcayano, Nueva Vizcaya Association of Chicago,
Chicago, IL, USA, 1998
Membership in Professional Organizations:
Physicians Awards:
Global Medical Foundation
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Pampanga, Philippines, 1976 – 1977 and was a Rural Health Physician
in Solano, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines, July 1977 – December 1977. He
Center, Chicago, Illinois in April 1978 – March 1981. He also has an
Anesthesiology Residency from Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Chicago,
Illinois, (July 1980 – June 1981) and another Anesthesiology Residency
at Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, Illinois (July 1981 –
May1982) Employment: Dr. Guerrero started a Family Practice (Solo) at St.
Elizabeth Professional Plaza Building in Chicago, IL in July 1982 and has
continued his practice through to the present, He has hospital affiliations:
Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center, both in Chicago, IL. Dr.
Guerrero was Chairman Credentials Committee1989 – 1991. He was
Vice-Chairman, Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Committee
1985-1987. He is also a member Member and has been on the Executive
Committee1989-1991, a member, Bylaws Committee in 2009, Dr.
Guerrero has made notable contributions and is recognized as creative
and done innovative work in the following: 1. Clinical Investigator –
“Treatment of Presbyopia on Indigenous Filipino Population”, 2008. 2. Co-
author – “A Model Health Outreach in an Indigenous Filipino Population”,
presented at the Third Annual Department of Family Medicine Scholarship
Day; College of Medicine, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois, USA, May
28,2008 3.Coordinator – Collaboration of an on-line Honors Class
between the University of Illinois, College of Nursing and St. Mary’s
University, College of Nursing, 2008.
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