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About Rush University

Rush University Medical Center (RUMC) offers a residency program in physical medicine and rehabilitation in cooperation with other medical centers in the Chicago metropolitan area: John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County, Edwards Hines, Jr. VA Hospital, University of Illinois Medical Center and Shriners Hospital for Children (Chicago). Along with a stimulating experiences obtained from the finest clinicians in the Chicago area, Rush provides a wealth of experience in a variety of institutional and clinical systems.

Mission Statement

The program is focused on the personal development, education and teaching of the resident staff, attending physicians, fellows, medical students and allied health care professionals, promoting practice-based learning, interpersonal skills and communication, and life-long self-directed learning.

Rush University Medical Center is dedicated to providing the highest quality of patient care, responding to the needs of individuals and the community, as well as training for the ever-changing needs of the health care delivery system. Our values reflect the highest standards of an academic environment that teaches along with integrated scientific discovery, professionalism and ethical principles to reflect and care for the patients we serve.

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