RUSH Voices

Having a Baby Doesn’t Need to Be Fatal

Pregnancy-related deaths are three times more common among Black women and the vast majority are preventable
A mother holding a baby on her chest and kissing the baby's head.

RUSH University Earns High Marks in Best Graduate School Rankings

Programs across all colleges recognized in latest U.S. News & World Report rankings
Three people wearing graduation regalia pose and smile for the camera

RUSH College of Nursing Secures Top Spots Nationally and in Illinois

U.S. News & World Report’s 2024-2025 Best Graduate Schools rankings place RUSH's five Doctor of Nursing Practice tracks among the top three nationwide
Three people wearing graduation regalia pose and smile for the camera
Women’s Health

Raising Awareness of HIV Prevention Among Black Women

RUSH, Planned Parenthood of Illinois, others partner on study to increase understanding of HIV risk and preventive medications
PrEP for HIV
Regional Locations

RUSH Hinsdale Outpatient Center Now Open

New site offers primary, specialty and concierge medicine care
RUSH leaders at RUSH Hinsdale ribbon-cutting event
Healthy Living

How to Watch (and Not Watch) the Eclipse

A RUSH ophthalmologist shares tips for protecting your eyes
Man staring at eclipse with special glasses

Fueling RUSH’s Future

Donor-supported endowments drive the work of RUSH University faculty members in perpetuity
From left to right: Kumar B. Rajan, PhD; Amina Ahmed, MD; John W. Burns, PhD; Kerstin Stenson, MD, FACS; and Monique Reed, PhD, MS, RN, FAAN.

High-Risk Colorectal Cancer Surveillance and the Use of GI Genius With Salina Lee, MD

In this episode, Salina Lee, MD, a gastroenterologist at RUSH University Medical Center, will discuss how the detection and removal of adenomas is key to helping gastroenterologists prevent patients from developing colorectal cancer. Additionally, she will profile several colorectal cancer screening tools, as well as the latest advancements in colonoscopy, including the use of GI Genius that helps to produce higher adenoma detection rates.
Salina Lee, MD

What You Don’t Know About Social Workers in Health Care

RUSH social workers debunk the myths about how they help patients heal
Social worker with patient in hospital
Waterford Place

Providing Support for Family, Friends of Cancer Patients

Networking group helps caregivers see they’re not alone
Waterford Place support group