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Northwestern Medicine South Loop-Roosevelt Collection offers a full spectrum of services for adults with a special emphasis on preventive medicine.
Choosing an Internal Medicine physician is an important step toward making sure that you stay on the road to good health. Internists not only provide primary care, such as regular check-ups, but also are trained to solve diagnostic problems and manage chronic conditions.
Northwestern Medical Group internists will coordinate your overall medical needs, outline health and wellness guidelines and recommend specialists, if needed.
Your internist will manage your overall healthcare and help you develop a health and wellness plan that is right for you. All Northwestern Medical Group internists are board-certified internal medicine specialists, on the medical staff at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and faculty members of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
Our services are designed to help you stay healthy, as well as promptly diagnose and effectively treat you when necessary. We also can help you manage a chronic condition. Our aim is to be your partner for achieving and maintaining your overall good health.
Northwestern Medical Group family physicians are residency trained in some of the best medical residency programs in the country. Their experience during training years and in practice in our communities gives them broad knowledge and skills in caring for you and your family.
Family medicine is unique in the breadth of training in the hospital and in the medical office, and also unique in the family physician’s ability to care for entire families and patients of all ages.
Choosing a family medicine physician is an important step toward making sure that you and your family remain healthy. Family physicians not only serve as your primary care physician performing regularly scheduled check-ups, well-woman exams, school and sports physicals for children and adults, but they are also are trained to address sudden and acute illnesses and to manage chronic medical problems such as: diabetes, high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, arthritis, allergies, skin problems, high cholesterol and stomach and intestinal issues.
Northwestern Medicine Rheumatology focuses primarily on the diagnosis and treatment of arthritis and autoimmune diseases. Improving our patients’ quality of life is one of our goals. To help our patients deal with the sometimes debilitating effects of musculoskeletal problems, arthritis, and autoimmune disorders, we offer a variety of treatments and procedures.
The Northwestern Medicine Nephrology and Hypertension Program provides diagnosis and treatment for disorders and diseases of the kidneys, as well as hypertension disorders. Our medical staff will work with you to control symptoms that negatively affect your health and life while focusing on the treatment and support of your condition or disease.
Northwestern Medicine South Loop - Roosevelt Collection is located in the Roosevelt Collection off of Roosevelt Road in the South Loop. The underground parking at the Roosevelt Collection is currently free for up to 90 minutes with validation. When you pull into Delano Court, continue heading straight back until you see the signs for underground parking. Please park in the Orange section and take the elevator up to the second floor. You may also take the escalator to the plaza level. From the plaza level, look for the orange parking door next to the Roosevelt Loft entrance and take the elevator to the second floor.
Our office is located in the Roosevelt Collection at 1135 S. Delano Court (alternatively, 150 W. Roosevelt Road is the same location and is easier to locate using GPS). The Roosevelt Collection is a block west of Clark Street and houses the Icon Movie Theater. The office is within walking distance of the Roosevelt CTA station (red, orange, green lines) and the #12 bus runs along Roosevelt Road stopping at Delano Court.
Monday: 8:30 am–4:30 pm
Tuesday: 8:30 am–4:30 pm
Wednesday: 8:30 am–6:30 pm
Thursday: 8:30 am–4:30 pm
Friday: 8:30 am–4:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday: closed
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