Dr. Carlos J. Crudup is a Board Certified (2006) Family Practitioner in Chicago, Illinois, and grew up on the south side of the city, graduating from De LaSalle High School. He is a graduate of Morehouse College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. He completed a Doctor of Medicine degree from Finch University of Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School in 2001, and completed his preliminary internal medicine internship at UIC/Advocate Christ Hospital and his Family Practice Residency at Advocate Christ Hospital in 2004
Dr. Crudup is very active in his community and has devoted his time and expertise to various grassroots organizations. His philanthropic work includes volunteering with the Chicago Area Health and Medical Careers Program (CAHMCPs), which is an organization that is responsible for increasing the number of physicians, dentists and other health professionals from under-represented minority groups. Other community service work include volunteering with the Chicago Medical School/Homeless Healthcare program; serving as board member for The Provident Foundation, which pays tribute to Dr. Daniel Hale Williams; mentoring college aged students interested in attending medical or nursing school; and participating in MedFest, which is an annual event sponsored by the Advocate Medical Group and Special Olympics of Illinois that provides physical examinations to participating athletes.
Dr. Crudup is a tenured physician with the Advocate Medical Group. As a valued attending physician, he has received various awards for competence and professional excellence. In 2007 and 2008, he received the Honored Member Cambridge/Metropolitan Who’s Who Recognition Award. In 2007, he received the Advocate Health Centers Highest Patient Satisfaction for Family Practice, and the Advocate Health Center Outstanding Clinical Practice Award. Recently, in 2010, Dr. Crudup was rated in the top five percent nationally for “patient satisfaction” and given the Certificate of Recognition from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA); and he received recognition from The American Heart and Stroke Association that awarded him the Quality Cardiovascular Assurance and Stroke Care Award that extends from July, 2010 to July, 2013.
Dr. Crudup is a highly respected physician amongst his colleagues and has a personable and caring nature, which makes him a welcomed addition to the Hyde Park Community.