Rush Hospital has great doctors, nurses and very kind staff. I had Leukemia, so Rush was my home on & off as I had my treatments (chemo, blood transfusions, transplant, etc,etc,etc) and I can not think of one time being unsatisfied by the services I receive from the Rush team. They made me feel that my well being was very important to them. They always listened to what my needs were, never ignored any little ache or pain,never said they couldn't see me. And to this day almost 8 years after my transplant, my doctors greet me with joy to see I'm doing great and I thank them. I recommend Rush to all my family & friends. To me there is no better hospital.
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Great!! I've gone to neurologists in Raleigh/Durham, Atlanta, Birmingham, Cincinnati, and different ones in the Chicago area before I came to this group. I'm glad I came because they are truly the best I've seen. I primarily see one doctor in this group; however, I have confidence in all and everyone makes me feel like they truly care. Two years ago, my daughter was told that she might have the same problem that I have and the doctor was starting to make a recommendation and I quickly told him that I already had a doctor picked and that she would see no other group. She loves her doctor in this group and won't see anyone else.
I am alive today because of the quick acting physicians at Rush. Eleven years ago I was told that I should be dead, at the very least be a quadrapalegic (sp.), breathing out of a tube, for the rest of my life. Instead, I am a walking miracle thanks to the medical staff at Rush. For thirty (30) days they patiently took me through the rigorous tasks of teaching me to walk, talk, hold eating utensils - all of those things we take for granted. I have been in many hospitals in Illinois, before and after the incident eleven years ago, and "there is no place like Rush." I am still a patient there today, and highly recommend it to all.