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Driving Directions & Campus Shuttle

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From the West
Take the East-West Tollway (I-88) east. Follow signs to the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290) east to Chicago. Exit at First Avenue. Turn right at the stop light. Go straight through the Roosevelt Road intersection and watch for the blue hospital sign on the right.

From the North
Take the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) or the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290) south. Follow signs for I-290 east to Chicago. Exit at First Avenue. Turn right at the stop light. Go straight through the Roosevelt Road intersection and watch for the blue hospital sign on the right.

From the East
Take the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290) west. Exit at First Avenue. Turn left at the stop light. Go straight through the next stop light. Go straight through the Roosevelt Road intersection and watch for the blue hospital sign on the right.

From the South
Take the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) north. Follow signs to the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290) east to Chicago. Exit at First Avenue. Turn right at the stop light. Go straight through the Roosevelt Road intersection and watch for the blue hospital sign on the right.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

The medical center is accessible by public transportation via the Chicago Transit Authority Blue El line Forest Park Branch to the Des Plaines station and PACE bus Route 308 or the Metra Burlington Northern train (Brookfield station) and PACE bus route 331. Bus and train information is available by calling the Loyola parking office at (708) 216-9092 or by calling:

Regional Transit Authority: (312) 836-7000
PACE: (847) 364-PACE
Metra: (312) 322-6777
Chicago Transit Authority El: 1-888-968-7282

Campus shuttle

Shuttle bus service is available to patients/visitors of the Loyola University Medical Center (LUMC) campus between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. The campus bus runs throughout the LUMC campus beginning at the north entrance of the main hospital. Stops are made at: the Hospital Tower entrance (Main Hospital), the Maguire Center, the Cardinal Bernardin Cancer Center, the Loyola Outpatient Center, the Stritch School of Medicine, the Fahey Building, the Emergency Medical Services building and then returns to the north entrance of the main hospital.