- About Loyola Medicine
Loyola Medicine has been a leader in academic medicine and healthcare services for more than 40 years, rooted in the Jesuit Catholic tradition. Through our integrated clinical program, we deliver compassionate and uncompromising care. As we teach, we learn. As we learn, we heal. And as we heal, we improve people's lives.
Our distinction as a nationally ranked academic medical center combined with our role as a nonprofit Catholic healthcare provider gives Loyola Medicine a mission unique to the Chicago area. Our doctors belong to the faculty of Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, which allows them to teach the next generation of physicians and to lead meaningful clinical research. Their expertise is as noted as their compassion. Together with our entire staff, they fulfill our mission to treat the whole person with compassion—to "also treat the human spirit."
Loyola is more than a medical center. We are a medical home that reaches throughout the Chicago area. In addition to Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood and Gottlieb Memorial Hospital in Melrose Park, we have health centers at more than 29 locations. Some sites offer a wide range of services in one convenient location, such as Burr Ridge, Homer Glen and Oakbrook Terrace, while others offer the convenience of having your primary care doctor close to home or immediate care nearby when you need it.