The RUSH Approach to Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis Care
IBD flare-ups can be uncomfortable and distressing. And IBD is a complex condition — requiring special training to treat it effectively. No matter how severe your condition is, we can work with you to identify your treatment goals and help you achieve remission.
RUSH Excellence in Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis Treatment
- Many specialists, one team. You don’t have to face IBD alone. In addition to gastroenterologists and surgeons, our dietitian, our psychologist and our specialized IBD pharmacist are available for you. Your team will address all the ways IBD affects your life. If you need care from other specialists, we communicate frequently with all your doctors to make sure you get the care you need.
- Fast appointment scheduling. We know the importance of being seen quickly when you’re having an IBD flare-up or want a second opinion. Daytime, evening and weekend appointments are available with specialists. With many locations and virtual appointments, we provide advanced care where you are.
- Experts in IBD treatments. Whether you need medication, infusion services or surgery, our physicians can care for you. Our surgeons are trained in minimally invasive techniques that can prevent the need for major surgery. If you do need surgery, we have protocols in place to improve your recovery time. Our doctors are also researchers, evaluating the latest in IBD treatments and therapies. We stay up to date on the latest treatment options available for our patients.
- Nationally ranked: U.S. News & World Report ranks RUSH University Medical Center as one of the country's best hospitals for gastroenterology and GI surgery.