Carrie Smith

Assistant Professor
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Carrie Smith’s clinical interests include general gynecology, pregnancy and childbirth care, abnormal pap smears and colposcopies, contraception, sexual health, medical education, and administration and quality management. She is devoted to providing high-quality patient care and establishing strong doctor-patient relationships, as well as educating and counseling patients about all of their health care options. Her goal is to help her patients make well-informed decisions about their own health. She also teaches medical students and residents in the clinical setting, and works to help empower future physicians to provide excellent patient-centered care.

Smith, who also leads the University of Chicago Medicine’s Women’s Health Friends and Family Program, received her MD from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and completed her residency at Rush University Medical Center (RUMC). She previously served as the medical director for the obstetrics and gynecology faculty at Rush Associates in Women’s Health, and was also medical director of RUMC’s Adolescent Family Center. In addition, she served as section chief of ambulatory obstetrics and gynecology at RUMC and was honored with the Patient Satisfaction Award.

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