The Adult Outpatient Clinic in the Department of Psychiatry has expertise in treating a variety of psychiatric disorders. Our diverse staff includes psychiatrists, psychologists, resident physicians in training, psychiatric nurses, social workers and medical students. All residents and students work under the supervision of licensed faculty members. Patients may receive services including psychopharmacotherapy and therapies including psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, supportive and marital/family therapy.
The clinic is located at 2150 West Harrison St., just west of the Rush University Medical Center campus, approximately one block west of Damen Avenue. Parking is free and available for patients and families.
To schedule an appointment, please call (312) 942-5375.
Within the adult outpatient clinic we offer several specialty clinics. These clinics provide expertise in diagnosing and treating specific psychiatric illnesses.
Bipolar Clinic: The clinic evaluates and treats individuals with bipolar disorder or bipolar spectrum illnesses. The clinic provides quality medication management and consultation services to those individuals diagnosed with this disorder. Individuals referred to the clinic are seen by an attending board certified psychiatrist and psychiatric residents where care is based upon an individualized treatment plan. To schedule and appointment please call (312) 942-5375, option 3.
Psychosis Clinic: The clinic focuses on the treatment of individuals experiencing psychosis. Individuals referred to the clinic are seen by an attending board certified psychiatrist and psychiatric resident where care is based upon an individualized treatment plan. To schedule an appointment please call (312) 942-9296.
Marital and Sex Therapy Program: The Marital and Sex Therapy Program at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, offers marriage counseling, couples therapy and sex therapy in a supportive atmosphere. Psychologists, resident physicians and medical specialists work closely to diagnosis and treat sexual problems. To schedule an appointment please call (312) 942-MATE (6283).
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy: The first and only non-invasive treatment for depression is now available at Rush University Medical Center. It was recently cleared by the FDA for the treatment of depressed patients who failed to receive adequate benefit from prior antidepressant medication. Please contact our office and speak our staff to see if TMS Therapy is right for you or a loved one. Call (888) 762-7272.