We're There When You Need Us
Life is full of surprises. You may not always know when you will need access to medical services, but you can take comfort in knowing we will be there when you do.
Comprehensive & Convenient
As a comprehensive health system, we have numerous Care Centers located throughout Chicago's western suburbs to better serve you, your family and the communities you live in. Operating 330 beds, Elmhurst Memorial Hospital offers a full range of inpatient services while our outpatient facilities that house physician offices, immediate care, diagnostic services, rehabilitation, home care, laboratory services and more are located throughout portions of DuPage and Cook Counties.
In June, the new Elmhurst Memorial Hospital will open near the corner of York Street and Roosevelt Road in Elmhurst, providing access to a state-of-the-art medical facility that is technologically advanced yet aesthetically pleasing and patient-centric.
Extended Hours to Fit Your Busy Schedule
We understand the dilemma of our time-crunched patients. We also know that one of the hardest things for you to do is juggle your schedule in order to fit in medical tests and procedures. So we decided to do something about it.
In 2007, we opened the Center for Health on Sundays, making it the first freestanding facility in the area to provide outpatient laboratory and imaging services (CTs, MRIs, mammograms and X-rays) on Sundays. We have since offered the same convenience to patients of our Lombard Health Center, ensuring that care is available when you need it and when it's convenient for you.
Immediate Care for Minor Injuries & Illnesses
Our Immediate Care Centers offer a convenient, accessible option for those times when you need medical care, but it's not quite an emergency. Immediate Care Center provides a calm, quiet atmosphere away from the sometimes-hectic pace of an emergency department.
Open seven days a week with extended evening hours, you can take advantage of its convenience for non-emergent illnesses and injuries such as sprains, broken bones, minor burns, ear infections, sore throats and ear aches. Patients are registered and treated in comfortable, private rooms by specially trained nurses and board-certified emergency physicians.
Average visit times are less than an hour (often much less) and since Immediate Care is a walk-in clinic, there is no appointment necessary, but you are encouraged to follow up with your physician after your visit.