A Destination Center
Cancer • Neurosciences • Digestive Diseases
The RUSH Cancer Center in the Joan and Paul Rubschlager Building is a destination center for cancer, neuroscience and digestive diseases care in the Chicago area, with a wide variety of services such as radiation therapy, infusion therapy, diagnostic imaging, integrative medicine and expanded clinical trials.
The Joan and Paul Rubschlager Building was designed to provide personalized and convenient care for patients, with enhanced features that elevate your health care experience.
The 10-story outpatient care center will also house other departments and clinical services, including endoscopy and gastroenterology services, and the Lung Center.
1520 W. Harrison St.
Chicago, IL 60607
Pedestrian Safety Update: The Chicago Department of Transportation has begun work on the intersection of Harrison Street and Ashland Avenue. Pedestrians should cross with a walk sign at the south side of the intersection (near Midwest Orthopaedics at RUSH) or plan to use the skybridge on the fourth floor, which connects the Tower and Rubschlager Building.
Your visit to the Rubschlager Building
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Healthier Places for People & Planet
The Joan and Paul Rubschlager Building has received a LEED gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Overview of Health Care Services