The new Rush Walk-In Care Center at Lincoln Park provides timely affordable care on a walk-in basis — with no appointment necessary — for patients 16 and older.
Patients are seen by our board-certified nurse practitioners, who are qualified to diagnose acute conditions and provide appropriate treatment, including prescribing medications as necessary.
The Rush Walk-In Care Center is located in the offices of Rush University Physicians at Lincoln Park. As needed, your provider at the Rush Walk-In Care Center can connect you to convenient follow-up care by a team of highly skilled Rush physicians. It also provides access to all of the resources, world-class specialists and leading-edge technology of a top academic medical center.
2835 N. Sheffield Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657
Friday: 2-7 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
At the Rush Walk-In Care Center at Lincoln Park, we are dedicated to providing urgent care/same-day medical care to our patients with minimal waiting periods and no appointment necessary.
We provide services for acute conditions/ailments for patients 16 and older, including:
- Cough, cold, sore throat
- Rash or skin irritations
- Fever or flu-like symptoms
- Respiratory infections
- Minor asthma exacerbation
- Ear infections
- Urinary tract infections (UTI)
- Sprains and strains
- Pink eye (conjuncitivitis)
- Stomach aches
- Minor burns or injuries
- Poison ivy
- Insect bites
- Swimmer's ear
What is a board-certified nurse practitioner?
Nurse practitioners are clinical professionals who work independently and collaboratively with a physician to diagnose and treat a wide variety of patient needs. As advanced practice nurses, nurse practitioners have a large scope of practice and work in many health care settings, focusing on promotion of wellness, illness management and disease prevention. They have the automony to diagnose diseases and provide the appropraite treatment for patients, including prescribing medicine.