Growing College of Medicine names new fiscal affairs director
The University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria (UICOMP) has named Eric Dubrowski as the new Director of Fiscal Affairs.
Dubrowski, who resides in Peoria, served as the Chief Financial Officer of Peoria County for the past seven years. At UICOMP, he will oversee an annual budget of about $71 million.
“Eric’s excellent financial management experience and knowledge will be an asset to maintaining and building the college’s fiscal health,” said Regional Dean Dr. Sara Rusch.
UICOMP is continuing on a path of growth. UICOMP will expand its incoming class to 60 students this fall and to 65 students in the fall of 2019. By 2023, UICOMP total enrollment is projected to be at 260 students. In 2013, total enrollment was 163. UICOMP also continues to expand the residency and fellowship training programs in conjunction with its clinical affiliate partners, OSF HealthCare Saint Francis Medical Center and UnityPoint Health – Methodist.
Dubrowski previously has served as the Director of Finance and Treasurer for the Village of Villa Park, Ill. and the Finance Director for the City of Galena, Ill. He holds a master’s degree in Public Administration from Northern Illinois University, a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Illinois at Chicago and is a Certified Management Accountant.
Dubrowski takes the place of outgoing budget director, Nick Straub, who is retiring in May after 18 years with UIC, including the past nine years in Peoria.
The University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria (UICOMP) educates nearly 240 medical students and nearly 300 physician residents. The College of Medicine is home to the Cancer Research Center, the Center for Outcomes Research, and a collaborator in Jump Simulation.