Emotional ups and downs are part of life. We all have them. So how do you know if you or someone you care about needs professional help? Where do you go to get that help? What does it look like? If you've been asking yourself questions like these, we invite you to call our Access Center at (331) 221-4400 to speak with a mental health professional.
We offer services for adults and adolescents including:
- Partial Hospital Program and Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program for adults who need psychiatric and/or chemical dependency treatment but do not require 24-hour care.
- Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program for Adolescents and Aftercare Program.
- Alternative to School Suspension Program specifically designed as an early intervention for adolescents who are having a hard time in school.
- Outpatient Counseling Services for families and individuals that address a variety of issues, including communication or relationship difficulties, adjustment to transition and loss.
- DUI services, support groups and an employee assistance program.
Please call our Access Center at (331) 221-4400 to speak with a mental health professional.
For more information on local mental health advocacy efforts, please visit www.namidupage.org.
Center for Pain Management
When you feel pain, it's hard to think about anything else. The first step to managing the pain is a diagnostic evaluation by a board-certified anesthesiologist to determine its cause and the best course of treatment. Once that's done, you'll work with a multi-disciplinary team trained in the most advanced healing techniques (physical and psychological therapies, relaxation treatments and medications).
Through a variety of new pain management techniques, such as spinal cord stimulation and implantable pain medication pumps, we can relieve — and even eliminate — pain.
Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)
We are accredited by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education for Level I, Level II, and Supervisory Education. We offer a three unit one year residency. Residency program offers specialization in four different areas: Cardiology, Oncology, Hospice, and Crisis Care. The program begins in September and runs through August each year.
Residents will receive a number of benefits, including:
- A Stipend
- Low-cost tuition ($300 per unit)
- Individual and family health insurance available
- 28 days of personal time off
- Free TB and titer testing
- Free parking
For more information, or to apply, please contact Dean Hokel, CPE Supervisor, at (630) 833-1400, Ext. 44968 or Dhokel@emhc.org.
Diabetes Learning Center
Successfully managing diabetes requires you to be knowledgeable and actively involved in the plan of care on a daily basis in order to prevent other serious health issues from developing.
Working with you your family and your physician, we develop practical, real-life solutions to meal planning, exercise and medication management. Our staff members are specially certified in diabetes care, and are led by a physician who is board-certified in endocrinology.
The Diabetes Learning Center is located at the Elmhurst Memorial Hospital Main Campus. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call (331) 221-6440.
ELMCARE is a powerful partnership that brings together many of the area's best physicians with one of its most respected hospitals. By combining our strengths, we're able to consistently deliver some of the area's most advanced primary and specialty care to all of our members and their families.
For more information, please visit www.elmcare.org.
Elmhurst Outpatient Surgery Center
Thanks to advancements in technology, many surgical procedures can be performed on an outpatient basis. As a result, recovery time and stress are often reduced. Not only will you benefit from state-of-the-art technology and the latest advances in ambulatory surgery, but you'll also receive a level of care not often associated with outpatient facilities. The environment is welcoming. The staff is engaging. The experience is beyond your expectations. We accept all major insurance policies and perform a broad range of surgeries.
If you're a candidate for outpatient surgery, ask your surgeon to schedule your surgery at Elmhurst Outpatient Surgery Center. Visit www.eosc.org for more information.
If you're having digestive problems, get the care you deserve. The earlier you treat your condition, the better the results. Whatever your specific needs might be, our endoscopy team collaborates closely with you and your physician.
We remain at the forefront of technological advancements, using procedures such as small bowel capsule endoscopy to diagnose and treat gastrointestinal conditions. The procedure allows our skilled staff to noninvasively evaluate suspected diseases in the small intestine. During the procedure, a vitamin pill-sized capsule equipped with its own camera and light source is ingested. While the video capsule passes through the digestive tract, images are transmitted to a data recorder.
Sometimes gastroenterological conditions need surgical treatment. Our surgeons are trained in the latest techniques to treat many conditions, including gastroesophageal reflux disease, more commonly known as GERD. Meet one of our surgeons, Harry Siavelis, M.D., General Surgery or download a PDF about reversing reflux.
Meet Harry Siavelis, M.D., General Surgery
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Elmhurst Memorial Outpatient Guidance Services treats adolescents, adults and families for a variety of psychiatric and substance abuse issues and is licensed by the Illinois Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. We provide services in the area of Partial Hospitalization Programs, Intensive Outpatient Programs, After School Intensive Outpatient Therapy for Adolescents, Outpatient Therapy, DUI Services and Aftercare Programs. We also work with a variety of Business Leaders and Medical Professionals to ensure everyone returns to their environment in the best conditions possible.
For more information, please call 630-941-4577.
Health Education Resource Centers
If you are looking for information about general health issues or a specific health topic, start with a trusted source. Our Resource Centers put information at your fingertips and allow you to explore a variety of health topics.
A registered nurse is available by appointment to answer your questions and to help you determine which resources are best suited to your particular needs. If you would like assistance with researching a particular health-related topic, you can e-mail a nurse educator at Searley@emhc.org.Click here for more information about our two convenient locations.
Nutrition Education and Counseling
A healthy lifestyle starts with a healthy diet. Whether you have a critical medical condition, food allergies or weight issues, our nutrition experts can work with you to develop an individualized plan for healthy food choices, portion control, fitness and meal planning. With the guidance and support of a registered, licensed dietitian, you'll be able to work toward achievable goals for better health.
If you'd like to schedule an appointment with the Outpatient Nutrition Education center or inquire about services, please call (331) 221-0005.
Our Emergency Department has been approved for Pediatric Care by the Illinois Department of Public Health and our caring and experienced staff is ready to provide the best preventative and special care for your child.
We know how scary a hospital stay can be for our littlest patients, so our Pediatric unit provides a wide range of care in a child-friendly environment. We also understand how scary it can be for the parents, so you can take comfort in knowing that no matter what level of care your child needs, we can arrange it with the help of our partners at Advocate Lutheran General Children's Hospital. This relationship with one of the most comprehensive children's hospitals in Illinois ensures that we can quickly coordinate high-level care with a broad range of infant and pediatric specialists and subspecialists.
Pediatric Rehabilitation Program
Our Pediatric Rehabilitation Program includes speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists and physical therapists who provide therapy to children from ages birth and up. Our therapists use an interdisciplinary team approach. When a child receives multiple therapies, the therapists work together to coordinate treatment plans and family education.
Diagnoses treated include:
- Cerebral palsy
- Spina bifida
- Down syndrome
- Seizure disorders
- Sensory integration difficulties
- Brachial plexus injuries
- Oral motor dysfunction/apraxia
- Motor apraxia
- Swallowing disorders
- Fine motor delay
- Pervasive developmental disorder
- Speech and language delay
- Voice disorders and stuttering
This specialized, intensive day treatment with therapeutic living residences is designed to address the psychiatric and/or chemical dependency issues of physicians, nurses, attorneys and others who have the potential to function at a high level. The goal of treatment is to assist clients in addressing the obstacles that have interfered with their capacity to function due to chemical dependency/abuse, mood, anxiety and/or personality disorders.
For more information, please visit www.professionalsprogram.org.
Through our partnership with Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital, we offer a comprehensive range of physical, occupational and speech-language therapy programs, all led by highly skilled therapists, many of whom have advanced educational degrees and specialized training in specific therapeutic evaluation and treatment options.
We offer an extensive range of services at four convenient locations in Elmhurst and Lombard. These services include orthopedic and neurological services, pediatric services, return-to-athlete training, women's health services, geriatric services and return-to-work therapy following a work injury.
If you or someone you care about is a patient at Elmhurst Memorial Hospital and you find a need for solace and strength that can be found only through spiritual support, we encourage you to call upon our Spiritual Care Services. This service is non-denominational and works closely with you, the nursing staff and social services to determine the type of spiritual, religious and cultural support that would provide the most comfort for you and your family.
We are here for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In addition to meeting everyday needs, we are available for crises, medical emergencies and other critical incidents that require strength and guidance.
We welcome clergy of all faiths to visit members of their congregation or parish. An interfaith worship service is also offered each Tuesday and Thursday at noon in the Hospital chapel, located just off the main lobby. If you are unable to attend and there is someone or something you would like us to pray for, we invite you to write your request in our Book of Prayer located in the chapel.
As a woman, you know there are certain things you need to do to take care of yourself. As your partner in health, we are here to help by offering the latest technology in mammograms and bone density screenings.
If you receive a referral from your physician, you can schedule a Women's Wellness Package, which includes both a mammogram and a bone density measurement in a single, convenient appointment by calling (630) 941-4511.
For all your breast health needs, we offer a variety of services through our Breast Health Center. If you have questions about a mammogram or want an advocate to help coordinate your care, please call (630) 758-5888.
Hospital Online Bill Pay
You can now pay your hospital bill online through our secure website. Please note we are currently accepting hospital bill payments only.
Explore the Main Campus
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