WEST LOOP — A new 5,000-square-foot immediate care facility is now open in the West Loop.
The Northwestern Medicine West Loop Immediate Care Center at 171 N. Aberdeen St. offers treatment to patients six months and older for minor illnesses and injuries including colds, flu, allergic reactions, broken bones and sprains.
The facility comes equipped with six exam rooms, digital X-Ray and EKG services and lab testing.
“We are excited to be able to expand access to convenient and affordable care to patients, families and employees living and working in the bustling and effervescent neighborhood,” Dr. Matthew Kippenhan, central region medical director for the Northwestern Medicine Immediate Care Centers, said in a statement.
The facility also offers treatment for animal bites, burns, urinary tract infections and offers STD screenings.
The Immediate Care Center boasts an ATM-style prescription dispenser for prescriptions written by the facility’s medical provider, which are available in the lobby.
This is the fourth Immediate Care Center opened by Northwestern Medicine in Chicago.
The facility is open daily from 8 a.m. to 7:45 p.m.
More information on services at the new West Loop facility can be found here.