Who We Are
Camilla Larsen, MD
Dr. Camilla Larsen was born in Norway, but spent the majority of her childhood in Idaho. She received her BA with a combined biology-chemistry major at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington. She moved to Chicago as a volunteer with the Lutheran Volunteer Corps, working at Night Ministry's Open Door Youth Shelter. Then she moved back west to Seattle to attend medical school at the University of Washington (and developed a full-fledged love of coffee). She completed her residency in Chicago at Loyola-Provident Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Larsen stayed on as faculty within the residency program for a number of years before deciding to devote her teaching time to medical students at Stritch and her clinical time to opening a new clinic in Elmwood Park for Loyola. Dr. Larsen is an assistant professor of family medicine, a long-time facilitator in PCM 1, and mentor for PCM 1 & 2. She is the director of the Stritch School of Medicine Advising Program.
Rina Goslawski joined the Department Educational Affairs in August 2013, after being part of Loyola University Medical Center for 11 years. She spent her first two years as a graduate medical education coordinator with the Department of GME before joining the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery as the residency coordinator. Rina serves as the administrator of the Stritch School of Medicine Advising Program.