Sheryl Louie, MD


I spent my college years reading the texts of Plato, Kant and other political thinkers and took my pre-med courses as electives. I majored in Political Science because I knew I would be practicing medicine for the rest of my professional life and I wanted to learn about other disciplines. I really didn’t think about how the study of political philosophy might affect my practice of medicine, but I use my critical thinking skills every day while taking care of patients.

It also taught me to be reflective and listen to my patients. Being a good physician requires being a good listener and taking time with patients no matter how busy you are.

My passions are my family, our 1924 Prairie style home and HGTV. My hobby is renovating our old house with period doorknobs, light fixtures and custom trim. My attention to detail carries over from my practice of medicine to my remodeling.
It can be difficult if you are my contractor but great if you are my patient!

  • Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology 1999
  • Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (FACOG)
  • Residency – Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Maryland, 1997
  • Doctor of Medicine – Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, IL,1993
  • Bachelor of Arts – Northwestern University, Political Science, 1989