Dr. Paul Kungl
Dr. Deborah Manus
Dr. Deborah Manus received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Chicago. She graduated from medical school at Duke University. She completed her residency at West Suburban Hospital Medical Center in Oak Park, IL. Dr. Manus has been board certified in Family Medicine since 1991.
Dr. Marian Sassetti
Dr. Marian Sassetti received her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University. She graduated from medical school at Stanford University. She completed her residency at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, IL. She has been board certified in Family Medicine since 1988.
Dr. Eunice Chan
Dr. Eunice Chan graduated medical school at the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her residency at West Suburban Medical Center in Oak Park, IL. She is a southside Chicago native and fell in love with the Oak Park community during her residency training. She is excited to be able to continue serving their medical needs. She has a passion for multi-generational care. She views the ability to take care of the entire family as not only a privilege, but one of the most important factors in well being. She enjoys educating her patients in efforts to empower them. Her passions within medicine include, but are not limited to, reproductive health, infectious disease, weight management, mental health, sports medicine, and adolescent care. In her free time, Dr Chan enjoys music, practicing yoga, international travel, and spending time with her rescue cats, Cooper and Kingston, and her husky, Nola. She currently resides in the South Loop of Chicago with her significant other, Forest.
Candice Oberlies, PA
Candice Oberlies, PA-C received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Zoology at Miami University (Oxford, OH) in 1993. After graduation, she served 2 years in the U.S. Peace Corps as a Health Educator in rural Fiji. Upon her return to the States, she worked at Northwestern University’s Medical School as a researcher for Alzheimer’s disease. In 2001, she graduated from Cook County Hospital’s Physician Assistant’s program where she was trained in Family Practice/Primary Care Medicine. As a Physician Assistant, she worked 6 years at Ingalls Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Room, and then joined our practice in 2008.
As a Physician’s Assistant, Candice is formally trained and certified to provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventative healthcare services. As a working member of our healthcare team, she takes medical histories, examines and treats patients, orders and interprets laboratory tests and x-rays, prescribes medicine, and makes diagnoses. She can also treat minor injuries by suturing, splinting, and casting, as well as perform other in-office procedures. By adding Candice to the practice, we are able to accommodate more acute, same-day appointments, continuity of care and offer our patients flexibility in scheduling while maintaining the same level of quality medicine.
Candice lives in Oak Park with her husband and 3 children. She is thrilled to be at Lake Street Family Physicians where she can serve the medical needs of her community.
LaToya Miller, PA-C
LaToya graduated from the Physician Assistant program at Northwestern University in 2014. She comes to us from Midwest Orthopedics at RUSH where she provided orthopedic care to patients of all ages. She is trained in Family Medicine and serves on the board of the Dominican University Physician Assistant Program.