About the UI Health Asthma Program
The number of people suffering from asthma has been steadily increasing over the past 50 years with more than 20 million Americans have a diagnosis of asthma.
The main goals of the University of Illinois Asthma Clinic are to improve the health of adults with asthma by focusing on patient education, patient-centered asthma management to provide personalized and specialized care and engaging in research that will improve the care of asthma. The UI Asthma Clinic partners with many different disciplines including specialists (Allergy, ENT, Pulmonary), primary care and emergency room providers, nurses and pharmacists to diagnose and treat asthma and individualize comprehensive asthma care.
- Sharmilee Nyenhuis, MD Allergy/Immunology
- Julia Marshall, RN Certified Asthma Educator
Outpatient Care Center
1801 West Taylor Street
Chicago, IL 60612
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The UI Asthma Clinic also conducts asthma research jointly with its clinical patient care. World-renowned scientists across many disciplines partner together to understand the causes of asthma. A better understanding of asthma will allow for new treatments to be developed, which will help asthma patients live longer and healthier lives. The UI Asthma Clinic combines extraordinary patient-focused asthma care, state of the art clinical facilities and a strong research team, which separates it as a leader in asthma research and care.Patient Stories
To Make An Appointment
To make an appointment, call 312.413.4244