• Coronavirus/COVID-19 Alert

    Update as of January 26, 2021

    COVID Vaccine Update

    At this time, Loyola Medicine is beginning to offer COVID vaccinations to individuals 65 years or older and essential workers in accordance with guidelines from the Cook County Department of Public Health. Because vaccine supply is allocated by our state, however, it is still limited and will take time to vaccinate everyone who is eligible.


    When Loyola Medicine has a supply of vaccine, an option to directly schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment will become available in myLoyola on the “schedule an appointment” page. Please log in to myLoyola on a routine basis to see when appointments become available. Pre-registration and wait lists are not available.


    Please continue to monitor Loyolamedicine.org and www.cookcountypublichealth.org for updates and additional information about COVID-19 vaccination.

    Safety Information

    Safety is one of our core values and a top priority. If you come in-person, safety protocols are in place to protect you and our caregivers. We have the needed personal protective equipment (PPE), COVID-Free Zones (areas where we provide care only for people not known to have COVID-19 or COVID-19 symptoms), screening and testing in place to safely care for you at our patient care facilities.

    Please call us at 888-584-7888 to schedule an appointment for surgery, a procedure or in-person visit.

    We also have online Virtual Visit options if you prefer to connect with a provider in the comfort of your home.

    Thank you for putting your trust in us. We are looking forward to partnering with you for all of your health care needs.

    Visitor Restrictions

    Due to COVID-19, Loyola Medicine hospitals (Loyola University Medical Center, Gottlieb Memorial Hospital and MacNeal Hospital) will no longer allow visitors as a precaution for your safety and the safety of our patients, caregivers and community members. A no-visitor policy is in effect until further notice for all Loyola Medicine outpatient clinics and facilities. Pediatric patients (17 or under) may have one parent/guardian in attendance for their appointment.

    We encourage any patient who doesn't need a family member/caregiver support to have the individual wait in their car until completion of the appointment.

    Visitors who meet the exceptions listed in the outpatient visitor policy must follow all safety precautions, including a temperature check before entering our facilities, wearing a mask, proper hand hygiene and social distancing.

    If you have any flu-like symptoms, schedule a video visit with your provider through myLoyola before visiting any hospital or clinics for any non-urgent care needs. This will allow us to better coordinate your care and possibly minimize unnecessary exposures at the hospitals or clinics.

    Please visit loyolamedicine.org/coronavirus for the latest COVID-19 details and the most up-to-date visitor information, including the exception policy for outpatient center visitors accompanying patients for their appointments.

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