Amber Pincavage
Section of General Internal Medicine
Associate Professor of Medicine
Referring Physician Access Line: 1-877-DOM-2730

Training

DegreeYearInstitutionArea
BS2002Yale UniversityMolecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
MD2007University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine 
Residency2010University of ChicagoInternal Medicine
Chief Residency2011University of ChicagoAmbulatory-Chief Resident
Fellowship2011University of ChicagoMERITS Medical Education

Academic Interests

Dr. Pincavage focuses on medical education research in a variety of areas. She is currently involved in a project working on improving transitions of care and education in transitions of care for the Internal Medicine Resident continuity clinic. The specific transition that she is researching is the year-end clinic handoff when residents graduate from residency and transfer their patients to another resident. As part of this project she is also researching the patient perspectives of clinic handoffs and how to make these experiences more patient-centered. She is also researching educational outcomes of our new free clinic training experience for the Internal Medicine residents at CommunityHealth in Englewood.


Clinical Interests

General Internal Medicine, Care of Underserved Populations


Representative Publications

  1. Press, V, Pincavage, A, Pappalardo, A, Baker, D, Conwell, W, Cohen, J, Hoyte, F, Johnson, M, Prochaska, M, Vela, M, Arora, V. The Chicago Breathe Project: A Regional Approach to Improving Education on Asthma Inhalers for Resident Physicians and Minority Patients. Journal of the National Medical Association, July 2010;102 (7): 548-555
  2. Pincavage AT, Ratner S, Arora VM. Transfer of Graduating Residents' Continuity Practices. J Gen Int Med. 2012; 27(2): 145



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