Rush Oak Park Hospital

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Rush Oak Park Hospital has been a key health care provider in the community for more than 100 years. Opened in 1907, it was the first hospital in the area. Today it is firmly rooted in history — and invested in the future.

Rush University Medical Center assumed full management of operations in 1997, bringing to Rush Oak Park Hospital its renowned services, programs and physicians. In addition to being nationally recognized for inpatient diabetes care, Rush Oak Park Hospital has been recognized by HealthGrades® as No. 1 in Illinois for gastrointestinal medicine and among the top 5 percent of hospitals in the nation for emergency medicine.

As an affiliate of Wheaton Franciscan Services, Inc., Rush Oak Park Hospital is committed to a healing ministry by providing exceptional and compassionate health careservice that promotes the dignity and well-being of the people it serves.

The Rush Oak Park Hospital campus includes the Center for Rehabilitation, one of the few acute rehab centers in the area, managed by Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital; the Breast Center; state-of-the-art interventional radiology and surgical suites; and a comprehensive Center for Diabetes and Endocrine Care with board-certified endocrinologists and an education program that is recognized by the American Diabetes Association. Rush Oak Park Hospital's Emergency Department is staffed with board-certified physicians 24 hours a day.

The campus also is home to the 135,000 square foot Rush Medical Office Building, which houses an advanced MRI, approximately 30 medical offices and an outpatient pharmacy. For more information, please visit

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joan repel from chicago  

Posted: March 12th, 2013 11:43 AM

I have just completed pulmanary rehab at Rush Oak Hosp. The pulmanary therapist were so professional and helpful. They keep a good eye on you. Such wonderful people, they really know what they are doing. I can only say THANKS!

Diane Davis from Elgin  

Posted: April 25th, 2012 4:42 PM

I have been going to Rush oak Park for the last 8 months for epidural and steroid injections and once foir hip surgery. The staff is as kind as if you were with family. All but one time i was alone with no family and i felt so safe and never felt alone. I am telling you I have never experienced this kind of people in my life. The nurse and also the doctor's! I live in elgin and I drive all the way there and I would drive even further to be with these people for and procedure or Dr. visit