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Neurology Providers

Dr. Geeta Bansal, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Geeta Bansal, MD, is an ivy-league trained, triple board-certified Neurologist and Psychiatrist with a primary focus in Neurology and Psychiatry. She, and her team, serve adults of all ages at A Ray of Hope: Great Lakes Institute of Neurology and Psychiatry, located in Libertyville, Illinois. 
Seanra Kalil, PA-C

Chief Clinical Officer

Seanra Kalil, PA-C, has been a certified physician assistant for over 20 years with experience in several different specialties including sports medicine, allergy, gastroenterology, and research. Seanra also has a Master's in Art Therapy and believes in the importance of counseling in conjunction with medications. Seanra assists the Northwestern University Physician Assistant Program with its application process in her free time. She greatly enjoys being part of the administrative team as well as her provider role. Seanra is licensed in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Arizona. 
Dr. Christina Marsh, MD

Neurologist

Bio's Coming Soon!

Carol Jandron, PA-C

Physician Associate

Carol attended the Rosalind Franklin University School of Medicine & Science Physician Assistant Program in North Chicago, IL after obtaining a Bachelor's degree in Biology & Spanish as well as a Master's Degree in Medical Microbiology. She is certified with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) and is licensed in both Illinois and Wisconsin.
Shane Harris, PA-C

Physician Associate

Shane graduated from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago with a masters in Physician Assistant Studies. He received his undergraduate degree in Human Biology with a minor in Psychology from the University of California San Diego. He pursued a career in research and biotech before switching to healthcare. He gained experience as an EMT and EKG tech before becoming a PA.

Stacy Schilz

MS, PA-C

Stacy began her journey by earning a degree in psychology from Boston College, followed by a career in research. Stacy would then go on to graduate from Rosalind Franklin University as a physician assistant in 2009. After completing an orthopedic residency, Stacy would then go on to build a distinguished career in orthopedic surgery.