Dr. Jacqueline Sieros
Dr. Jacqueline Sieros, MD, MPH received her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University and then went on to study medicine at the Loyola Strith School of Medicine. After completing her residency in obstetrics and gynecology, Jacqueline went on to join a private medical group, Women’s Health Specialists, a part of Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, IL.
During her twenty years there, Jacqueline enjoyed working with patients ranging from teens to post-menopausal women and formed lasting friendships with many of the women she cared for. During those years she also reached out to the community, providing educational lectures on menopause and lectures to teens in high school health classes.
Jacqueline has two accomplished children with her husband, Michael. She enjoys classical music, gardening, and cheering for the Bulls.
Jacqueline lives with Type I Diabetes and Still’s Disease, a form of rheumatoid arthritis. These illnesses and the complications that arise from them made it necessary for Jacqueline to receive two organ transplants. In 2002, she received a pancreas transplant after a two year wait. In 2008, her sister donated a kidney to Jacqueline. Both transplants were performed at Northwestern.
Jacqueline has said, “In between these major events and continuing until today, I have had many other health issues due to complications from my health conditions. They were always managed expertly by the transplant center at Northwestern. Without their care, I can truly say that I wouldn’t be alive today.”