Prentice Ambulatory Care Clinic Overview
The Prentice Ambulatory Care (PAC) Clinic of the Northwestern Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is a broad-scope academic practice that provides the highest quality obstetric and gynecologic care for persons of all gender identities, racial and ethnic backgrounds, and socioeconomic positions. The culture of care and education at PAC celebrates diversity, equity, and inclusion. PAC serves a diverse population of patients in a safe, respectful, compassionate setting.
The cornerstones of the care team are the Northwestern OBGYN residents, supervised by the academic faculty of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, who together provide exceptional patient care. The PAC environment supports the development of trainees and students, who receive close oversight from attending faculty. The team offers a unique combination of knowledge, technical skill, and thoughtfulness, producing personalized and equitable care for each patient.
The PAC team leads the way in innovation, evidence-based education, and patient-centered care. Our practice encourages close communication with patients and families, and among colleagues and subspecialists. The PAC Clinic utilizes a patient-centered approach to medical education, research, and technology.