Since the 1890s, Psychiatry Services at Chicago's University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System have provided outstanding mental health care. We expertly and compassionately serve residents of Chicago, the state of Illinois, and the entire Midwest.
Psychiatric care is provided by an impressive team of experts in mental health and research. We recognize that every patient has individual, unique needs. Using a well-rounded approach, we'll tailor our program to meet your particular needs. You'll benefit from the expertise of these experienced team members:
- Residents and fellows
- Licensed Clinical Psychologists
- Doctors of Social Work
- Licensed Clinical Social Workers
- Nurses with doctorates and master's degrees
- Clinical Nurse Specialists
- Occupational Therapists
- Board Certified Music Therapists
- Licensed Marital and Family Therapists
One of the Midwest's largest psychiatry programs, UI Health serves 45,000 outpatients and 10,500 inpatients each year. The UI Hospital has rooms for 35 adult and nine pediatric inpatients. Pediatric beds are designated solely for children referred by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.
All services are delivered in the most effective, least restrictive setting possible. Patient services are available for patients who need:
- Intensive outpatient treatment
- Medication management
- Other specially-tailored outpatient care
We realize the decision to seek psychiatric care can be very difficult. Be assured you will be treated with sensitivity and respect as we partner with you to enhance your life or the life of your loved one.