Due to construction work related to Rush’s new cancer and neurosciences building, some lanes will be closed on Ashland Avenue near Harrison Street, as well as Congress Parkway. Please avoid Ashland Avenue and Congress Parkway and allow extra time. To learn more about alternative routes to reach Rush destinations on Harrison Street, including the main parking garage and Professional Building, please visit this web page.
The Section of Endocrinology at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, offers a full range of services in endocrinology, including outpatient provocative endocrine testing, thyroid biopsy and intensive diabetes management and education.
Endocrinology focuses on glands that secrete hormones, which are chemical messengers that travel throughout the bloodstream to regulate different bodily functions. These glands include the thyroid, parathyroid, pituitary gland, hypothalamus, pancreas, adrenal glands and gonads. Clinical research by our team at Rush has focused on diabetes and care of people with diabetes after organ transplantation.
Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
An enclosed parking garage, on the southeast corner of Paulina and Harrison streets, has a covered walkway that connects to the Professional Building, where our practice is located. To view the garage on Google Maps, go to Rush Patient and Visitor Parking. We offer reduced rates to our patients by validating your parking ticket before you leave. There is no time limit on validation. Discount parking coupon booklets may be purchased at the guest relations desks in the fourth floor Atrium Building lobby and the fourth floor Armour Academic Center entrance from the parking garage. Discount coupons are not valid for valet parking. Valet parking is available outside the lobby of the Professional Building at 1725 W. Harrison St. We do not validate for valet parking.
The Rush University Medical Center campus is accessible via the Chicago Transit Authority’s Blue Line (Illinois Medical District stop) or Pink Line (Polk stop).