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  • #1-Ranked Rehabilitation Hospital in America by U.S. News & World Report every year since 1991
  • 182-bed inpatient hospital in downtown Chicago
  • 50+ sites of care throughout Illinois and Indiana
  • 5,000+ inpatients treated each year, system-wide
  • 800,000+ outpatient visits each year
  • One of only 2% of hospitals to receive two consecutive Magnet Recognitions for Nursing Excellence.
  • Largest rehabilitation research center in the world
  • Only rehabilitation hospital with eight federally designated research centers
  • 370+ active research projects in neuroscience, bionics, robotics, and musculoskeletal medicine
  • Academic home of the Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Department, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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Santiago D. Toledo, MD

  • Medical Director, Orthopedic Rehabilitation Program

Request an Appointment

To schedule an appointment with Santiago D. Toledo please call 800-354-7342 or use our online form.

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Gender:
Male

Clinical Interests

Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Neurological Conditions, Parkinsonism/Parkinson's Disease, Performing Arts

Languages

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Tagalog

Education, Residency and Internship

Education

1981-1985
State University of the Philippines, Doctor of Medicine

Residency

1985-1986
Philippine General Hospital, Intern
1987-1989
Philippine General Hospital, Graduate Program in Internal Medicine
1994-1995
VA-West Los Angeles, Internal Medicine Intern
1996-1999
Temple University Hospital/Moss Rehabilitation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Resident

Fellowship

1992-1994
University of California-Los Angeles, Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology Fellow

Honors & Awards

2005 - Present: Chief of Staff
2002 - Present: Assistant Professor, Northwestern Univeristy, Feinberg School of Medicine
1991: Ralph Goldman Aging Research Award, VA -West Los Angeles, California
1981: Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Life Member
1981: Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society

Research Interests

general rehabilitation; aging with disabilities and primary care for people with disabilities; outcomes from joint arthroplasty and treatments for arthritis; Parkinson's research includes pain, sleep disorders, dance and innovative technology (video game and mobile phone use)

Certifications & Licenses

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Office Information

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Media

Video