The new Rush Walk-In Care Center on campus provides timely affordable care on a walk-in basis — with no appointment necessary — for patients 16 and older.
We provide a wide range of services, including the following:
- Treatment for acute illnesses (asthma, flu, congestion, cough, other respiratory concerns, urinary tract infection)
- Emergency room follow-up
- Treatment for common medical conditions (high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol)
- Health maintenance
- Other primary care services
Patients are seen by our board-certified nurse practitioners. It's not necessary to have a physician at Rush to receive care.
1725 W. Harrison St.
Suite 155, Elevator 3
Chicago, IL 60612
Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
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 appropriate treatment for patients, including prescribing medicine.