Dr. Teresa Sosenko completed her medical degree at Poznan University of Medical Science, in Poznan, Poland. After completing her residency in Internal Medicine at TriHealth Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she served as Chief Resident, Dr. Sosenko went on to pursue a fellowship in Rheumatology at the University of Illinois-Chicago in Chicago, Illinois.
Dr. Sosenko approaches each patient individually and is passionate about developing treatment plans that are evidence-based and best tailored to each patient. She firmly believes in and encourages open discussions with her patients as part of her team approach to patient care.
Dr. Sosenko grew up in the south suburbs of Chicago (Joliet, Illinois), and is an active member of the Ukrainian community. Outside of her medical practice, Dr. Sosenko enjoys staying active by playing tennis and golf, as well going snow skiing, and participating in water sports. She is also an avid baker and specifically enjoying baking pies.
“Rheumatologic disorders can be quite challenging to diagnose and require a sound foundation in internal medicine, critical thinking and attention to detail. As a rheumatologist, I approach each patient individually and develop a treatment plan that is evidence-based and best tailored to my patient. I firmly believe in and encourage open discussions with my patients as part of my team approach to patient care. Rheumatological conditions are often chronic. I look forward to forging long and meaningful relationships with my patients and delivering the best patient centered care.”