Top-tier physicians and advanced practice providers join Rush for our unique practitioner-teacher model, translational research and nurturing academic environment, as well as our focus on community and global health.
At Rush, you’ll work alongside colleagues who value your skills and expertise, as well as leaders who welcome your opinions and act on your suggestions. What’s more, Rush is committed to continually updating our facilities and technologies to be at the leading edge of medicine.
You’ll also have access to Epic, a clinically comprehensive electronic medical records system. And you will work side-by-side with a highly skilled team of providers and Magnet®-designated nurses.
At Rush, you’ll discover the freedom to pursue your goals and aspirations in an environment that fosters financial, professional and personal growth, while also stressing the importance of work-life balance.
A nationally recognized clinical and academic venue with more than 2,000 students pursuing more than 30 degree and certificate programs.
Rush University Hospital
A major referral center and 669-bed tertiary facility that last year admitted more than 31,000 patients and performed more than 17,740 operations. It offers more than 70 selective residency and fellowship programs.
A 376-bed, state-of-the-art hospital that houses acute and critical care patients, as well as sophisticated surgical, diagnostic and therapeutic services. It is the cornerstone of the Rush Transformation — building new facilities and renovating existing buildings with new technologies and interventional platforms that create a revolutionary new model of patient care.
The Interventional Platform
Rush is one of a handful of leading medical centers in the country that incorporates a patient-focused design concept called the interventional platform. This model strategically puts diagnostic testing, treatment and recovery within short distances of each other, resulting in enhanced collaboration between Rush specialists and their families.
Rush University Children's Hospital
A 112-bed pediatric facility that treats newborns to adolescents and is highly respected for its expertise in pediatric hemophilia, thrombophilia, hemostasis, muscular dystrophy, epilepsy and movement disorders.
Johnston H. Bowman Health Center
A 72-bed, short-term rehabilitation facility that is a nationally recognized model for hospital-based geriatric care and Chicago’s only Stroke Specialty Rehabilitation-certified facility.
Rush Oak Park Hospital
A 175-bed community hospital with a 100-year heritage and the technology and expertise of a major university medical center.
Rush University Medical Group
A multidisciplinary physician group of more than 500 employed physicians and advanced practice providers in over 70 practice sites across the Chicago area.
Rush Copley Medical Center
A 210-bed facility providing a wide range of health and illness services to the greater Fox Valley region around Aurora, IL.
The not-for-profit corporation whose network of providers includes Rush University Medical Center, Rush Oak Park Hospital, Rush Copley Medical Center, Riverside Medical Center and more than 1,300 health care providers, physicians and allied health professionals.