Kathleen (Kathy) Quinlan, RN, BS, MBA is a licensed registered nurse. She has a bachelors degree in science of healthcare leadership. She followed this with a masters degree in business administration in 2014.   She has worked as the Manager, Director, and Executive Director of Gastroenterology Services at Northwest Community Hospital for 26 years.  


Julian began working with Dr. Mehta in August of 2021 as a Medical Receptionist. The job requires him to be part of the team assisting patients with any scheduling needs. “Working in the medical field can be very challenging but with the support of Dr. Mehta and the staff we can push through it together.


Cathleen is our director of nursing and the nurse most likely to be present on your endoscopy day. Cathleen was born, raised and currently lives in the north shore. She attended Bradley University where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing.  Her professional career started in the Emergency Room where she worked for 15 years.


Sandy has been working with Dr. Mehta for about 4 years. She began as a G.I tech back in 2017 assisting during procedures and transitioned to the scheduling coordinator for the office. Se has become one of our most valuable and productive employee’s. “I absolutely love working here and I couldn’t have asked for a


Jasmine began working with Dr. Mehta the start of 2020 in the billing department, and shortly after cross trained to be part of the scheduling team assisting patients with scheduling needs. “It’s been a pleasure working with Dr. Mehta, as he really brings our work environment together. Working in the medical field can be challenging,


Angie is our Billing Manager and your main billing contact. Angie has worked for Dr. Mehta since 2011, and truly loves this practice. “Dr. Mehta is an excellent physician to work for, he is knowledgeable, kind, a great mentor, and friend. He works hard to meet every patients needs and concerns.” She appreciates the positive

Manoj K. Mehta, MD

  Dr. Manoj Mehta has been a lifelong Chicagoan. He grew up in the south suburbs and completed his medical school, medical residency, and gastroenterology fellowship at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago. While most students coveted the “private practice” residencies, Dr. Mehta elected to do rotations at Cook County Hospital to expand his exposure