At UI Health, our physicians believe in the adage, "You're only as young as you feel." To us, age really is just a number.
We want to help you meet the challenges of aging by providing superior care when illness strikes. Because let's face it: getting older can be tough. That's why we're here to help you deal with physical, emotional, and cognitive problems that might happen later in life. Our doctors are here to provide comprehensive evaluations and team-oriented healthcare plans that prevent disability and can help get you back on your feet, after an acute illness.
Our Loyal Team
Our geriatricians are dedicated to helping you live your best life. In addition, our nurses are here to provide excellent and compassionate care during your stay with us. When you make an appointment with us, a team that includes physicians, nutritionists, pharmacists, social workers, and other relevant caregivers will assess you. This team provides education, support and guidance to you, along with your family members. And of course, we're here to help answer any of your questions or address your concerns.
10 Services to Meet Your Needs
Our geriatricians and staff members offer comprehensive assessments of older adults experiencing age-related problems with memory loss, falls, urinary incontinence, medications, frailty, mood, weakness, arthritis, and complex or chronic medical conditions.
We also offer several specialized programs for the care of seniors. Here's a look at what we offer:
Care of the Aging Parent (COAP) Program
This program helps adult children manage parents who are frail or have medically complex conditions.
In addition to regular medical care, we welcome individuals enrolled in Medicare to be evaluated at our facility with the goal of day-to-day improvement.
Long Term Care and Assisted Living
Our geriatric team sees patients in selective rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing facilities, and assisted living facilities throughout the city.
Home Health Care
Our geriatricians work with home care nurses to manage seniors in their apartments or homes.
Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy and Pain Control
Working with pharmacists, physical therapists and other team members, we provide a healthcare plan for seniors who have problems getting around because of weakness or pain.
Memory and Aging Clinic
This clinic provides a team approach to help older adults with existing or suspected of having difficulty with: attention, language use, memory, perception, problem solving, creativity, thinking, and mood swings. Learn more about this clinic.
Center for Pelvic Health
Pelvic health disorders are common, yet nobody likes to talk about it. Patients are hesitant to seek treatment because these disorders can be embarrassing or they don't know what to do or where to go. But our center is helping people live better. Watch this video to learn more.
Key elements of health can be assessed to evaluate seniors and family members regarding driving and safety issues.
Falls, dizziness, and gait problems are evaluated by our staff.
100 Plus Program
To help us understand longevity, this program assesses physiological factors for seniors who reach their 90th birthday.
Outpatient Care Center
1801 West Taylor Street
Chicago, IL 60612
To request an appointment, please call 866.600.CARE