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University Transplant Program
Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
About University Transplant Program
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 Solid Organ Transplant Program at Rush University Medical Center is a comprehensive program providing compassionate patient-centered care for patients requiring a heart, kidney, liver or pancreas transplant. Rush takes a multidisciplinary approach to the care of transplant patients. Our dedicated team helps patients and their families throughout the process, and gives them the resources and emotional support they need for a healthy life after transplant.
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 clinic 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. Please ask the front desk for a validation sticker.