Northwestern Medicine opens new outpatient center in Old Irving Park
New clinic to provide primary care, immediate care and specialty care
Northwestern Medicine is now providing primary care, immediate care and specialty care to patients in Old Irving Park and expanding services in northwest Chicago.
CHICAGO – Northwestern Medicine is now providing primary care, immediate care and specialty care to patients in Old Irving Park and expanding services in northwest Chicago.
The Northwestern Medicine Old Irving Park Outpatient Center will open Nov. 1 at 4445 W. Irving Park Road, with more than 30 providers. In addition to primary and immediate care, it will include:
· Ophthalmology, optometry and an optical shop
· Physical therapy and occupational therapy
· Orthopaedic surgery
· Medical oncology and infusion services
· Medical imaging and laboratory services
Dermatology, endocrinology and gynecology will be added in 2024.
“Patients are now able to receive primary and specialty care in Old Irving Park, close to where they live and work,” said Leonardo Vargas, MD, medical director of the Northwestern Medicine Old Irving Park Outpatient Center. “We’re delighted to provide the services patients need within their community and to create jobs in the Old Irving Park area.”
The 160,000-square-foot-building also features on-site parking with 350 spaces and a sustainable design with eight electric vehicle charging stations, three green roofs and low-emitting materials used throughout the building.
For more information about Northwestern Medicine or to make an appointment, visit nm.org.