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Internal Medicine Services

Internal medicine doctors, also known as internists, specialize in the study, diagnosis and treatment of non-surgical diseases in adult patients. An internist is trained to diagnose and treat complex illnesses, as well as manage the prevention of illness. Loyola internists possess special expertise in geriatrics, perioperative evaluation and medical disorders during pregnancy. They also are leaders in improving patient care in many areas, including community-acquired pneumonia, sickle cell crisis and venous thromboembolism.

Internal Medicine/Pediatrics

Also often called "Med/Peds," these physicians specialize in internal medicine and pediatrics and have completed a combined residency program. They are able to provide preventive care as well as care for the complex medical problems of both adults and children.

Find a doctor near you

You can find a Loyola internal medicine physicians at one of 12 convenient locations.

Hospitalist Program

Physicians specializing in hospital care have improved inpatient medical care and decreased length of stay by creating standardized protocols for all hospital-based health care providers to follow.

Palliative Care Medicine

This new service manages care for dying patients, to improve their quality of life. Services include pain management, end-of-life decision-making, psychosocial care and coordination of discharge planning.

Transition Clinic

This innovative clinic provides outpatient primary care to patients recently discharged from the hospital who do not have a primary care physician.