Primary Care and Specialties

Dinesh Rengarajan

Dinesh Rengarajan, MD Hospitalist

1400 West Park Street
Urbana, IL 61801

"I strive to establish a good rapport with my patients and make them feel at ease. I would like to win their confidence, and I would like them to feel that they are in the care of good, trusted hands."


Internal Medicine at John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County in Chicago, IL


Internal Medicine at John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County in Chicago, IL

Medical School

Pondicherry University, Pondicherry, India


Board Certified in Internal Medicine, ECFMG Certified

Professional Organizations

American College of Physicians

Get to know Dinesh Rengarajan

Why I Became a Medical Provider

“I grew up watching my parents who were doctors. Both of them deeply inspired me to take up this profession.”

Department of Hospital Medicine

As a physician in the Department of Hospital Medicine, Dr. Rengarajan provides quality medical treatment to individuals while they are in the hospital. He manages and coordinates inpatient care for Christie Clinic patients and works closely with patients’ primary care physicians.


"After finishing my residency in Chicago, I moved to Champaign and now enjoy spending all of my free time at home with my son."

Additional Locations
Urbana, IL

OSF Healthcare Heart of Mary Medical Center in Champaign

1400 West Park Street

Urbana, IL 61801

(217) 366-1200

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