Rush HD Clinic
Main Number: 312-563-2030
Rush University Medical Center
1725 W Harrison St, Suite 755
Chicago, IL 60612
Deborah Hall, MD, PhD--Interim Director of the HD Clinic
Christa S. Cooper, PA-C, MMS, MPH
To reach us you may call, email (as listed below) or send us a message via MyChart*.
The following contact information is monitored from 8:00am – 4:00pm, Monday –Friday. We will do our best to respond within 24-48 business hours. Please leave specific details as to how to best respond to your message.
Please call 312-563-2030 and follow the prompts to/for
• Schedule an Appointment
• Medical Records
• Prescription refills
• Billing Questions
• URGENT and after Hours you will be leaving a message for the on-call team (if emergency please call 911)
General Email: Movement_disorder@rush.edu
Administrative Assistant - Zoe Reagan, BS: 312-563-3796
Genetics Counselor - Alexa Hart, MS, CGC: 312-563-2030
Social Worker - Brian "Tucker Eads," MA, LSW: 312-563-0042; firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Coordinator - Alice Negron: 312-563-2030; Alice_Negron@rush.edu
Both outpatients and inpatients can access MyChart by completing an ACCESS REQUEST FORM http://www.rush.edu/sites/default/files/Documents/MyChartaccess-request.pdf
Complete the form and submit via one of these options:
• return it to your doctor’s office
• email form to the Rush Health Information Management Office: email@example.com
• fax to (312) 942-5549
• mail to: Rush Health Information Management Office, MyChart Request, 1611 W. Harrison, St., L1 – Suite 001, Chicago, IL 60612.
Be sure to include your email address at the bottom of the form where indicated and check the box authorizing us to email you an activation code – You CAN NOT get this code over the phone.
Once you have this activation code you can go to MyChart and register.
Northwestern HD Clinic
Main Number: 312-695-7950
Lavin Pavilion, 259 E. Erie St, Suite 1900
Chicago, IL 60611
Danny Bega MD, MSCI, Assistant Professor – Department of Neurology, Division of Movement Disorders
First time contacting the Northwestern HD Clinic – Call 312-695-7950 or email hd@ nm.org
• already have a diagnosis of HD already: you will be scheduled to see Dr. Bega, neurologist, and Dr. Gausche, neuropsychiatrist. You will likely meet our clinical nurse, social worker, and genetic counselor as well.
• do not have an established diagnosis: our genetic counselor, Lisa Kinsley, or clinical nurse, Mickey Domiano, will call you back within 24-48 business hours for a discussion that will cover topics including the following:
Cost of testing
Risks involved with testing
Concerns about symptoms, if any
Discussion about whether or not you wish to obtain life insurance, disability insurance, and/or long term care insurance prior to testing and why this is recommended
Your reason for wanting testing
Your family history
Whether or not you will want a neurological exam
Already a Patient:
Schedule an Appointment: 312-695-7950
Billing Questions: 312-695-9797
Medical Records: 312-926-3376
Clinic Coordinator and Nurse – Christine M. Conrad BSN, RN: 312-695-7950
Social Worker-- Danielle Marino, LCSW, 312-695-2168
Genetics Counselor – Lisa Kinsley, CGC: 312-503-3121
Research Coordinator – Karen Williams, CCRP: 312-503-5645
Message/Email/Fax Response Times
We make every effort to return your phone call on the day we receive your message. Please understand, however, that our nurses may need to talk with your physician before returning your call. This may slightly delay our callback to you. Also, please leave an alternate phone number where you can be reached.
Please allow up to 48 hours for phoned medication refills. Keep this in mind if you are running low on your medications.
Please allow up to 10 business days for prescriptions that must be mailed to you. Test results must be reviewed by your physician. Please allow the nurse sufficient time to contact your physician prior to returning your call regarding test results.
Please allow up to 10 business days for completion of letters and forms that your insurance company, other physicians, or your employer might request. Note: The Medical Records Department will handle disability applications.