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Family Medicine Services
Loyola University Health System's (Loyola) family medicine specialists see patients of all ages at offices throughout the western and southwestern suburbs. The team's philosophy of care emphasizes treating the whole person - body, mind and spirit - and building lasting relationships with families and communities. Family medicine physicians provide primary health care for people at every stage of life, from birth through old age. Medical services include check-ups, health screenings, immunizations, laboratory tests, dermatologic care and treatment, cryotherapy, minor outpatient surgery and acupuncture.
Women’s Health Care
General gynecological care, menopause treatments, mammograms and pregnancy testing are offered.
Infants and Child Care
Comprehensive care includes immunizations, treatments for chronic conditions such as asthma and allergies, lead testing and school physicals.
Senior Health Care
Geriatric care includes disease management, flu shots and health assessments.
Research projects have focused on health care for elderly minorities in an urban environment, treating obesity in a school-based setting, family violence and sudden infant death syndrome.