Internal Medicine

An internal medicine specialist, also known as an internist or primary care physician, sees patients who are 18 years of age or older.

These specialists have expertise in both general health and specific conditions. So they can help you with all of your health care needs — maintaining a healthy lifestyle, reducing your risk factors for disease with personalized prevention strategies, managing chronic conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure, and addressing acute conditions such as back pain and respiratory infections.

In addition, our internists collaborate with a full range of specialists from Rush University Medical Center — from cardiologists to orthopedic surgeons to OB/GYNs — to connect you with specialized care whenever you need it. Many of these specialists see patients at multiple locations, including the Rush Medical Office Building at Rush Oak Park Hospital, for your convenience.

To learn about general internal medicine practices at Rush Oak Park Hospital, visit Locations and Contact Information.