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2007: Dr. Darin Jordan Named Medical Director
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Dr. Darin Jordan Named Medical Director

Darin Jordan, MD WINFIELD, Ill. September 13, 2007 — Darin Jordan, MD, of Geneva has been promoted to Medical Director, Convenient Care at Central DuPage Hospital (CDH). He replaces Kevin Most, DO, who was recently promoted to Vice President, Medical Affairs.

“Dr. Jordan has served our Convenient Care patients for seven years,” says Dr. Most. “We are confident he is well suited to lead the team that continues to make Central DuPage Hospital Convenient Care Centers an excellent choice for medical attention without an appointment.

Central DuPage Hospital Convenient Care Centers are currently located in Bloomingdale, Wheaton, Bartlett, Naperville and St. Charles.

Dr. Jordan most recently held the position of full time clinician traveling between all five Convenient Care Centers and Central DuPage Business Health – occupational health centers.

A graduate of Rush Medical College in Chicago, he received his Bachelor of Science with High Distinction at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. He completed his residency in family practice medicine at Hinsdale Hospital.

Dr. Jordan is active in the healthcare community as a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, Illinois State Medical Society and the American Medical Association. From 2000-2004, he served on the DuPage County Medical Society Board of Directors.

Dr. Jordan resides in Geneva with his wife, Jeanette, and their four children.

About Central DuPage Hospital Convenient Care Centers
With extended hours and walk-in service, the five Convenient Care Centers of Central DuPage Hospital are ideal resources for those times when you can’t plan ahead to get to the doctor.  Care for adults and children is available.

  • Minor injury or illness that needs a doctor’s attention but doesn’t demand the higher-intensity care of the Emergency Room.
  • Treatment for people who don’t have access to their primary physician.
  • Medical care after standard business hours, including evenings, weekends and most holidays.

To find a CDH Convenient Care Center near you, visit www.cdh.org or call (630) 933-4234 (4CDH).