Rush is a national leader of the movement among health systems to leverage their economic resources to increase the vitality of struggling communities near them.
The first program of its kind in Illinois, the new Rush Center for Airway Diseases provides comprehensive care for interrelated airway conditions.
Women doctors at Rush discuss subjects ranging from universal health concerns to women’s health issues, including hormone therapy and pelvic floor problems.
The college's new dean is a noted neuroscience and cancer researcher, educator, and a leader in the recruitment and retention of under-represented populations in science
Medical specialists at Rush are providing continuing education conferences for doctors in the Dominican Republic to help them provide better care.
Rush's Health IT Pathways program is helping Chicago high school students find a bridge to college and rewarding work after graduation.
Rush is among the first health systems in the country to securely connect its electronic medical record with a web-based resource directory that allows physicians, nurses and social workers to refer patients to the non-medical resources — like food, housing and transportation — needed to address chronic health and social conditions.
The director of the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center has received the highest honor in dementia research and envisions a solution to the disease.
For the fourth consecutive time all three Rush hospitals have received an ‘A’ grade from a nonprofit patient safety watchdog organization.
Dana Hayden, MD, thinks that you’re never too young to be screened for colon cancer — provided you have symptoms of the disease, that is.