At Loyola University Health System, you are served by a Catholic Jesuit healthcare provider committed to knowledge in the service of humanity, the promotion of health and healing of the mind, body and spirit. You receive treatment from primary care physicians, specialists and healthcare professionals whose sense of compassion is as highly regarded as their expertise.
Focus on Quality
When you choose Loyola, you entrust your care to a healthcare institution nationally recognized for promoting patient safety above all else. Loyola has taken a leadership role in the healthcare industry by adopting and promoting a culture of quality and safety, in which physicians communicate clearly with patients, risks are minimized and errors are reported and corrected.
No matter where you live or work in the western suburbs of Chicago, there's a Loyola provider nearby. Loyola has an extensive network, including the 61-acre main medical center campus in Maywood, Gottlieb Memorial Hospital campus in Melrose Park and 30 primary care (family medicine, internal medicine and pediatrics) and specialty care facilities in Cook, Will and DuPage counties along with a number of complete outpatient and diagnostic centers. More than 700 Loyola physicians are available to meet your needs for primary and specialty care and other health services. Home care, rehabilitation, subacute care and other services also are vital parts of our family of healthcare services.
At Loyola, you reap the benefits of choosing a teaching institution that translates groundbreaking research into new therapies and new treatments. These new solutions advance care in burn treatment, cancer, heart and vascular medicine, children’s care, neonatology, neurosciences, orthopaedics, emergency medicine, trauma, organ transplantation, urology, women’s specialty care and many other areas. Working together with our patients, we can answer questions that will lead to medical breakthroughs and better health for the future.
Through continuity of care and effective care management, each patient receives not only individual, personalized care but also care that is based upon best practices. Loyola also is committed to operating as an efficient, cost-effective and responsive healthcare provider.
Loyola facilities and physicians accept most insurance plans, including many HMO, PPO and POS plans and Medicare.
Leading the Way in Technology
Whether it’s the latest treatment, research breakthrough or pioneering use of a new procedure, Loyola is always looking forward. As part of our mission to provide patients with the highest level of care, we have achieved some technological milestones. For instance, Loyola was the first healthcare system in the western and southwestern suburbs to offer a Web portal, myLoyola, where patients can communicate with their caregivers, view their health history, appointments and preventive-care reminders and manage their account.
As a patient you have many choices, but we know it comes down to trust. Our high standards have won widespread recognition. U.S. News & World Report has placed Loyola in the top 1 percent of hospitals nationwide in four categories – including cardiology and heart surgery, which the magazine has recognized 12 years in a row. Our Trauma and Burn centers are verified Level I providers, and our advanced stroke, hypertension and heart attack care has earned national awards. In addition, Loyola has earned the Magnet designation for excellence in nursing and patient care. These achievements reflect our commitment to placing the patient at the center of everything we do. At Loyola, we don't just treat an illness or condition. We treat the whole person, mind, body and spirit.