The Comprehensive Lymphoma Center at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago is a multidisciplinary program of physicians and other specialists who work collaboratively to provide patients with accurate diagnosis, comprehensive treatment and follow-up care for the following cancers:
The following services are offered by the Comprehensive Lymphoma Center at Rush:
Comprehensive, multidisciplinary treatment for all lymphomas
Second opinion services
Complementary, integrative cancer medicine
For more information about the services provided, please visit the Our Services page.
The Comprehensive Lymphoma Center is led by Stephanie A. Gregory, MD, the Elodia Kehm Professor of Medicine and a Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine. Gregory is nationally recognized hematologist whose has years of expertise in treating lymphoma patients. The Comprehensive Lymphoma Center clinical team is comprised of hematologists, dermatologists, radiation oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians and hematopathologists.
The Center also works closely with two additional programs at Rush for comprehensive care of lymphoma patients:
To see the full list of physician members, see the Clinical Team page.
Clinical Trials for Lymphomas
As part of an academic medical center, patients of the Comprehensive Lymphoma Center also have access to the latest treatments and research studies. For more information about currently recruiting clinical trials, see Lymphoma Clinical Trials.
Appointment and Location Information
For more information, or to make an appointment with the Comprehensive Lymphoma Center at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, please call (312) 563-2320.
Our office is located in the Professional Office Building at Rush University Medical Center, 1725 W. Harrison St., Suite 855, Chicago, IL 60612.