Meet Our Primary Care Providers
Your day-to-day health is extremely important, and our primary care medical providers are available to help you achieve and maintain good health.
Kathya Chartre, M.D.
- Medical School - University of Illinois, Chicago
- University of Notre Dame (Bachelors)
- University of Illinois, Chicago, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Residency in Family Medicine
- American Board of Family Medicine
Kathya Chartre is a concerned and attentive primary care doctor serving the community of Chicago, IL. Dr. Chartre attended the University of Illinois, Chicago, where she received her medical degree, and completed her residency in family medicine at the University of Illinois, Chicago, and St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Dr. Chartre is board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. Because Dr. Chartre is bilingual in English and Spanish, patients from a variety of backgrounds enjoy having her as their physician. She sees patients for annual physicals, as well as other common and specialized reasons.
Outside of her practice, Dr. Chartre enjoys Notre Dame football, the Chicago Blackhawks, and attending performances at the Lyric Opera House. Dr. Valdez believes in listening to each patient and creating a partnership to maintain and improve lifelong health. She treats a range of conditions, and she is eager to help the broader community receive the care they deserve.
Jamie Hitro, PA-C
- Northwestern University, Chicago IL
- National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Jamie Hitro, PA-C is an urgent care and primary care provider at our Old Town and Clybourn locations. Before earning her Master's Degree at Northwestern University, Jamie was in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. Through this program, she worked as a nurse’s aide at a hospice in Washington, DC as well as a case manager at a domestic violence shelter in Philadelphia.
She is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. She sees patients for annual physicals, chronic conditions, as well as urgent care needs. Jamie is passionate about providing trauma-informed care and using healthcare as a partnership for patients to regain their voices about their own care.
Jamie is originally from Buffalo, New York, and is passionate about her small town. Outside of clinical practice, she enjoys biking, exploring the outdoors, as well as trying out new recipes. She looks forwards to meeting with patients to learn new perspectives and is continually working on her proficiency with Spanish. Jamie is happy to be in an environment where she can serve others and empower them to recognize their own strength and control.