Kevin Most, DO
Kevin Most, D.O., is Vice President of Medical Affairs for Central DuPage Hospital. He has been serving the organization since completing his family medicine residency in 1990. Dr. Most held previous positions as senior medical director of the Central DuPage Hospital Convenient Care Centers and medical director of the Business Health Unit. He also remains a physician on staff at CDH.
Dr. Most is active in charitable giving with special interests in children’s health and athletics. He is currently chairman of the board for Access DuPage/DuPage Health Coalition and sits on the board of directors for the Evans Scholars Foundation. He is a member of the American Hospital Association physician leadership committee, as well as the Illinois Hospital Association Medical Executive Forum.
Dr. Most also serves on the board of directors for the Western Golf/Evans Scholars Association, and he previously held board positions with The Michael Jordan Foundation and Marklund Children’s Home. Dr. Most is widely known for his popular health-related segments on WGN TV, WGN Radio and WIND radio. Dr. Most has served as the medical director for more than 20 PGA tour events.
Dr. Most earned his bachelor’s degree in medical technology from University of Kansas, Lawrence, where he attended on an Evans Scholarship. He earned his medical degree from Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine at Midwestern University, Downers Grove, Illinois. He then completed his residency in family medicine at Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge. He later returned to the University of Notre Dame in Indiana to graduate magna cum laude with an MBA.