Dr. Hector L. Salcedo is a board-certified family physician who has more than a decade of experience in general medical care, dermatology, and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. Dr. Salcedo offers many different types of treatment to his patients including Pap Smear tests, Physical Exam, Varicose and Spider Veins Treatment, Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Acne Treatment, and Botox treatment. Dr. Salcedo’s approach to patient care is simple: He truly values and respects each patient. This means that he strives to be available for patients when they need him, and he treats each case as completely confidential.
Dr. Salcedo was born and raised in Illinois. He earned his medical degree at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. He then returned to Chicago to complete his residency in family medicine at Swedish Covenant Hospital. There, he was given the honor of serving as chief resident. Dr. Salcedo maintains affiliations with several leading hospitals including: Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Swedish Covenant Hospital, Weiss Memorial Hospital, Presence St. Mary’s and Elizabeth Medical Center, and Presence St. Joseph Hospital. Dr. Salcedo is an active teacher for RUSH Medical College, Swedish Covenant Hospital & Norwegian American Hospital. Call anytime to arrange an appointment at 773-227-3132
“Dr. Salcedo is compassionate, knowledgeable and will take his time and do as much as possible to help you feel better.”
“Dr. Salcedo is excellent at pointing out things that would cause high blood pressure symptoms that I wouldn’t even consider. He looks at the bigger picture and will present you with treatment options that are practical and sometimes unexpected. He cares and strives to be thorough and thoughtful explaining things so I can understand”
“I’ve seen the same doctor my entire life, but unfortunately it was time to change. After visiting Dr. Salcedo I’m very happy I picked him. I’m relieved that I now have a very good primary care doctor. The office is very attentive and organized. I’m now finally getting some much needed medical attention”