Instructor, Clinical Practice
Dr. Sean Rardin is a family practice physician who earned his undergraduate degree at Benedictine University, a medical degree from Loyola University, and completed his residency at Rush-Copley Family Practice. Dr. Rardin joined National University's on-campus clinic in Fall 2010.
Dr. Rardin is Family Practice Certified by the American Board of Family Practice. Along with specializing in family medicine, he has worked in urgent care, emergency medicine and as a hospitalist. Dr. Rardin has a background in fitness and expertise in personal training and nutrition consultation, and has a clinical interest in integrative medicine.
He maintains a faculty practice located at the NUHS Whole Health Center in Lombard, where he accepts current and new patients. At NUHS, he is joined by DC or ND interns when seeing patients. In addition, he supervises post-graduate students in the master of science in advanced clinical practice degree program.