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About Loyola Medicine
Loyola Medicine offers the advanced technology and extraordinary skills of a leading academic medical center, yet our nurses, physicians and other staff treat you first as a person. You, the patient, are at the center of everything we do. This extra measure of compassion is an integral part of the mission of Loyola University Health System, where we also treat the human spirit.
Loyola University Health System (LUHS) is a nationally recognized leader in providing health care and in conducting groundbreaking research into heart disease, cancer, bone marrow transplant, organ transplantation, orthopaedic treatments and neurological disorders. Loyola University Medical Center is one of Chicago’s leading academic medical centers and is nationally ranked by U.S. News and World Report. Loyola physicians are members of the faculty of Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine.
Excellent Resources, Outstanding Options
LUHS includes the 61-acre Loyola University Medical Center campus in Maywood, Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, a community hospital in Melrose Park, and more than 30 health centers offering primary and specialty care.
In addition to the main 559-licensed-bed Loyola Hospital, the LUMC campus is home to renowned centers of excellence including:
- Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center
- Ronald McDonald® Children's Hospital
- Center for Heart & Vascular Medicine
- Burn Center
- Level I Trauma Center
- Loyola Outpatient Center
Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, the 255-licensed-bed acute care hospital with a Level II trauma center, is home to the Marjorie G. Weinberg Cancer Center, Adult Day Center and Gottlieb Center for Fitness.
Network of Care
- Burr Ridge
- Elmhurst, 300 N. York St.
- Elmhurst, 386 N. York St.
- Elmwood Park
- Hickory Hills
- Homer Glen
- La Grange Park
- Gottlieb (Melrose Park)
- North Riverside
- Oakbrook Terrace
- Oak Park North
- Oak Park South
- Orland Park
- Park Ridge
- Schiller Park
- Loyola Center for Health on Roosevelt (Maywood)
- Loyola Center for Hearing at Woodridge
Immediate care is provided in our Burr Ridge, Homer Glen, River Forest and Park Ridge centers.
Nearly all of our centers are hospital-based facilities, but a few are physician practices. They are: Loyola Centers for Health at Chicago, Oak Park South and Schiller Park and Suites 414 and 508 of the Loyola Center for Health at Gottlieb.
Loyola's clinical team includes hundreds of primary care physicians and specialists representing nearly every medical subspecialty. You will find the care you need here:
Relationships that Advance Medicine
Loyola University Health System, a member of CHE Trinity Health, works closely with Loyola University Chicago in research and education. In partnership with the University's Health Sciences Division, which includes the Stritch School of Medicine, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing and the Health Sciences Graduate School, LUHS also has made a financial commitment to the University's Center for Translational Research and Education. The five-story, 277,000-square foot building will open in April 2016 on the Loyola Health Sciences Campus in Maywood.
Serving the Community
Loyola's commitment to the community is spiritual, financial and crucial to our mission. We regularly invest time, energy and finances to the people of our community through charity care, research, education and other services. We provide medical care to those in need, education, research and programs that improve overall health. Learn more about Community Benefit.
Be Part of the Team
Working at Loyola is more than a career. It’s a calling. With your help, we can advance the future of medicine.