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Northwestern Medicine Osher Center for Integrative Health


The Northwestern Medicine Osher Center for Integrative Health is one of the leading centers of integrative medicine in the nation, helping patients in Chicago and surrounding areas achieve optimal health through innovative, personalized care.

The team at the Osher Center for Integrative Health invites you to experience a unique healing experience. We are dedicated to being your partner in achieving your goals. Learn more about integrative medicine.

Parking and Transportation

Onsite parking is available at a validated rate to patients at the Huron and Superior Parking Garage of Northwestern Medicine, 222 East Huron Street.

Why Choose Us

Northwestern Medicine facilities offer access to world-class patient care across the greater Chicagoland area and Northern Illinois. Anchored by Northwestern Memorial Hospital, the No. 1 hospital in Illinois by U.S. News & World Report, our clinical and administrative staff and medical and science faculty come together every day with a shared commitment to superior quality, academic excellence, scientific discovery and patient safety.

With Northwestern Memorial HealthCare, we’re dedicated to consistently providing high-quality, cost-effective, patient-focused care. We seek to improve the health of the communities, individuals, family and friends we serve by delivering a broad range of services with leading medicine and compassion. Because what makes us better, makes you better.

Meet the Primary Care Team

Picture of a flower painting at the Osher Center for Integrative Health
Northwestern Medicine primary care physicians are specialists in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, or Pediatrics who serve patients as a first point of contact in health care. Primary care physicians also take ongoing responsibility for a patient’s comprehensive health and well-being, including preventive, chronic, and acute care in both outpatient and inpatient settings.