Faculty Profile

Andrew Davis
Section of General Internal Medicine
Professor of Medicine
Referring Physician Access Line: 1-877-DOM-2730
Director of Quality

Academic Interests

Dr. Davis is interested in preventive cardiology and assessing and improving the quality of care in chronic diseases such as diabetes.
Quality Initiative

Clinical Interests

Environmental and occupational health, public health, integrative medicine, disparities in health care and outcomes.


  • Kirkpatrick J, Balasia B, Davis AM, Spencer KT. Hand carried cardiac ultrasound as a tool to screen for important cardiovascular disease in an underserved minority health clinic. Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography 2004;17:399-403.
  • Leikin J, Davis A (eds) Selected Topics Related to Occupational and Environmental Medicine I. Disease-A-Month 2000; 46:240-322.
  • Andersson GBJ, Lucente T, Davis AM. A comparison of osteopathic manipulation compared with standard care for patients with low back pain N Eng J Med 1999;341:1426-31.
  • Warnecke R., Sudman S., Johnson T., O’Rourke D., Davis AM. Cognitive aspects of recalling and reporting health-related events: Papanicolaou smears, clinical breast examinations, and mammograms. Am J Epidemiol 1997;146:982-92.
  • Kviz F, Clark M, Hope H, Davis A. Patients’ perceptions of their physician’s role in smoking cessation by age and readiness to stop smoking. Preventive Med 1997; 26:340-9.
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  • BA, 1975, Northwestern University, Economics
  • MD, 1980, The University of Chicago,
  • Residency, 1983, University of Iowa, Internal Medicine
  • MPH, 1995, University of Illinois, Public Health