Since 2011, Erin Nasrallah has been working and teaching at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, allowing others to benefit from both her extensive knowledge and compassionate way of life. She first became involved in the Kenya Project through Global FICCS (Foundation for International Cardiac & Children’s Services) in 2014, helping save lives in Africa with her extensive background in medicine and healthcare.
Nasrallah was born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Notre Dame and attended the Stritch School of Medicine at Loyola University in Chicago, an esteemed medical program. She also completed healthcare work in Guatemala, taking her medical expertise to a global reach.
Her pursuit of medical education carried over into an emergency medicine residency at the University of Chicago, an institution that inspires its students to become leaders and innovators of science and medicine. During her residency, Nasrallah continued global health work in Peru and Liberia, further demonstrating her desire to use her medical expertise in places that need it most.
Nasrallah’s prestigious education and background in health and medicine make her a perfect fit for the Save A Life Advisory Board. She clearly has a passion for educating others, dedicating her abilities to improving the quality of life for people across the globe. Many can benefit from her expertise and selflessness.
In her free time, Nasrallah loves trying new restaurants and playing in any sports. Her adventurous nature and fearlessness are evident in every aspect of her life.