Northwestern University is an educational and research institution. The faculty of the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center provide clinical patient care through the Feinberg-affiliated Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital.
Our faculty members are committed to providing the highest quality of care in our specialized field through the leading-edge facilities of Northwestern Medicine, as well as educating future leaders in our specialties and developing a deeper understanding of the diseases we treat through research.
Through the Northwestern Medicine clinical center and a comprehensive care model, Feinberg faculty work as part of a team of dedicated professionals to provide innovative, multidisciplinary care, education, and support for patients and families affected by Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders.
Access patient resources and care information via the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Center Northwestern Medicine site.
If you are newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and not on any medications, Northwestern Medicine physician considers initial treatment intervention decisions of utmost importance. If you are not on any medications for Parkinson disease, you are eligible for a priority appointment with one of the Northwestern Medicine clinic's movement disorders specialists.
Call the clinical affiliate practice phone number at 312-695-7950 and tell the receptionist that you are not on any medications and a special appointment will be offered. This phone is answered by clinic staff between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Outside of these hours, the answering service is there to make sure you have access to a physician in case of an emergency.Find more information via the Northwestern Medicine site's appointment page.
Our department and faculty are involved with several active clinical research trials. Find current clinical trials available through our department.