Rush Oak Park Hospital offers innovative, nationally recognized programs in diabetes and endocrine care. As your partner in health, we provide comprehensive, personalized diabetes education to help you manage daily challenges.
What to Expect in Oak Park for Endocrinology Services
Diabetes and endocrinology specialists at Rush Oak Park Hospital are experts on the hormones that affect systems throughout your body.
Our attention to patient care sets us apart. Rush Oak Park Hospital's outpatient diabetes center was one of the first in the nation to receive recognition by the American Diabetes Association for its comprehensive, personalized diabetes education. And it’s 10,000-square-foot outpatient facility was designed to create a convenient, comfortable setting for you.
- Convenient location to meet your needs: All your diabetes and endocrine specialists offer comprehensive, personalized care in a comfortable setting so close to home. If you have a procedure at Rush University Medical Center, you can schedule follow-up appointments in Oak Park for your convenience.
- The latest treatment techniques: Specialists not only offer you the most common tests and treatments for diabetes and endocrinology, they also offer the latest medications, meters, insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitors.
- Access to all the expertise and research at Rush University Medical Center: Our endocrine specialists collaborate with a full spectrum of specialists and subspecialists at Rush University Medical Center, many of whom practice at both hospitals. This means you have access to a large network of world-class experts and groundbreaking clinical trials and treatments.
- Nationally recognized diabetes education program: Your diabetes support doesn't stop at your diagnosis. We know daily management is an ever-learning process. Rush Oak Park Hospital’s Diabetes and Endocrine Center was one of the first outpatient diabetes centers in the Chicago area to be awarded recognition status by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for educating patients with diabetes. The center was also among the first in the country and the second in the state to receive the Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission and the American Diabetes Association.