Angella Koritsaris Koncarevic, M.D.

Class of 2001
Angella attended St. Ignatius College Prep and graduated with an Honors Diploma in 2005. She then attended Boston University College of Arts and Sciences where she majored in Biological Anthropology and minored in Biology with a concentration in pre-medicine. Angella graduated from Boston University magna cum laude in 2009. While at BU, Angella received many academic grants such as the Pan Hellenic Scholarship, the Eleni Gatzionnis Scholarship, the Hellenic Times Scholarship, and the Boston University Academic Grant, as well as many other scholarships which recognized her community service, such as the Target Scholarship, the Best Buy Scholarship, and the Kohl’s Scholarship.
Angella continued her education at Boston University School of Medicine and received a Master of Arts degree in Medical Sciences in 2011. While working on her M.A., Angella worked as an assistant for a concierge internist and Harvard Medical School professor in Brookline, MA.
Angella received an MD degree from Rush Medical College. She matched into Rush’s Anesthesiology program. She completed her intern year at St Francis Hospital in Evanston and graduated from Rush in 2019. She will begin a fellowship at University of Illinois at Chicago in Interventional and Multidisciplinary Pain Medicine.
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