Dr. Tom McGowan
A lifelong resident of the Chicago area, Dr. Tom McGowan began practicing family medicine in 2002. He received his undergraduate degree from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1995 and his medical degree from Rush Presbyterian College of Medicine in Chicago in 1999. He completed his residency through Rush University at Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago. As a physician, Dr. McGowan treats each patient uniquely — with respect and compassion — and values the trust and respect he has earned from his patients in return.
Dr. McGowan, who is married and has four children, enjoys coaching his children’s sports teams, participating in scouting, and traveling with his family in his free time.
Scott Heelan, physician assistant
Mr. Heelan, who has been with North Suburban Family Physicians since 2018, has been key to providing consistent support for patient health needs and works in tandem with Dr. McGowan to provide the highest quality care — whether for wellness visits, chronic condition management, or an unfolding illness.
Sandi Motisi, nurse practitioner
A board certified family nurse practitioner, with a state license as an advanced practice registered nurse since 2008, Mrs. Motisi received her masters of science in nursing degree from DePaul University in 2008 and her bachelors of science degree in nursing from Lewis University in 2000.
As a nurse practitioner she has worked in a walk-in clinic, a corporate health clinic, and most recently in the field of sleep medicine. Prior to becoming a nurse practitioner, Mrs. Motisi worked for eight years as a registered nurse caring for patients in an inpatient hospital setting.As a nurse practitioner, Mrs. Motisi can evaluate, diagnose, and treat both acute and chronic health conditions. This includes ordering and explaining test results, prescribing medications and treatments, patient education, and collaborating with physicians and other specialists when needed. Mrs. Motisi can assist patients in their preventative health needs such as physicals, screenings, and immunizations. She is excited to be part of this care team, and believes the patient is an important part of the team.