Outpatient Care Center (OCC)


Arthritis, 3D, 3rd floor
ATC, 3C, 3rd floor
Cancer Clinic, 1E, 1st floor
Cashier, 2B, 2nd floor
Center for Women’s Health, 4C, 4th floor
Children & Adolescents, 2E, 2nd floor
Dermatology, 3E, 3rd floor
Digestive Disease, 1C, 1st floor
General Medicine, 3A, 3rd floor
Geriatrics, 1C, 1st floor
Heart Center, 3C, 3rd floor
Infectious Disease, 3, 3rd floor
Institute for Personalized Respiratory Medicine (IPRM), 3C, 3rd floor
IVF, 4A, 4th floor
Kidney, 3D, 3rd floor
Liver, 1B, 1st floor
MRI, 1A, First Floor
Neuroscience, 4E, 4th floor
Nutrition & Wellness, 1C, 1st floor
Occupational Therapy, 2C, 2nd floor
Orthopedics, 2A, 2nd floor
Pharmacy, 3B, 3rd floor
Physical Therapy, 2C, 2nd floor
Phlebotomy Lab, 4B, 4th floor
Primary Care Plus, 3AA, 3rd floor
Pulmonary, 3C, 3rd floor
Radiation Oncology, C400, 4th floor
Radiology, 2C, 2nd floor
Registration, 2B, 2nd floor
Social Work, C401, 4th floor
Surgery, 3F, 3rd floor
Urology, Hospital C100
Women's Health, 4A, 4th floor

Thank you for choosing the Outpatient Care Center (OCC) at the UI Health. We welcome you as a patient and appreciate that you have chosen us to provide your healthcare. Here we will address many questions you may have regarding the Outpatient Care Center. For more information on our services, visit Primary and Specialty Care.

Our Team

We are a teaching institution and support professional education for medical, nursing, and other students in the healthcare professions. In fact, the University of Illinois College of Medicine is the largest medical school in the United States.

Our clinical team will partner with you and your family to address your healthcare needs and answer your questions.  Your care is always supervised by an attending physician who will order examinations, tests, and medications on your behalf.  Your attending physician is supported by fellows and physician-residents who are also licensed physicians.

Our doctors, nurses, medical assistants, technicians, other healthcare professionals, and administrative staff members are all focused on providing you with the care and attention necessary to meet your healthcare needs.  


Please let us know if you have special needs — such as language interpretation or wheelchair assistance — when scheduling your appointments with us so that we can make arrangements for you. You may receive a reminder phone call prior to your appointment.

Phone Number

Main Line: 866.600.2273 (CARE) | Click here from more helpful numbers


OCC Lobby

  • Monday through Friday: 7 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: 7 am – 3 pm
  • Sunday & Holidays: Closed

Phlebotomy Lab (Blood-work Lab)

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 7:30 am – 6 pm
  • Thursday: 7:30 am – 7 pm
  • Friday: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
  • Saturday 9 am – 1 pm


Outpatient Care Center (OCC)
1801 W. Taylor St.
Chicago, IL 60612