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About the Cardiology Cognitive Clinic
- Preventing cognitive decline: As part of women's heart care at Rush, the Cardiology Cognitive Clinic helps you learn how to manage heart disease, lower risk factors and prevent cognitive decline that can result from heart disease, atrial fibrillation or stroke. We help you maintain optimal brain health and cognitive function as you age.
- Access to new studies and treatments: You will have access to Rush's important studies and clinical trials aimed at improving the understanding of heart disease in women and finding ways to prevent cognitive decline, dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
- Continuity of care: After a thorough evaluation, our team will customize a treatment plan just for you. And since regular check-ups are essential, we will continue to follow you after your initial appointment to ensure that you are on the correct medications and dosages, order follow-up tests and screenings if necessary, and answer any questions you may have.
The Rush Cardiology Cognitive Clinic is located on the 11th floor of Rush University Medical Center's Professional Building in suite 1159. We're just off the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290), five minutes west of Chicago’s Loop. You can also get here on the CTA's Blue line (Illinois Medical District stop) and Pink line (Polk stop).
The Cardiology Cognitive Clinic at Rush University Medical Center is easily accessible by car, bus and train from the city and suburbs.
Valet and garage parking are available for patients and visitors at Rush University Medical Center.
The clinic is conveniently located on the Rush University Medical Center campus, which is home to a pharmacy, lab facilities and many other amenities.