Great Lakes Clinical Trials is proud to have developed many strong partnerships within our local Andersonville community as well as the global medical research community.
Located in the Andersonville neighborhood of Chicago, the Swedish American Museum is a nonprofit museum and cultural center for the education, celebration and interpretation of Swedish American history and culture. Through its arts and educational programs and its permanent collection, the Swedish American Museum interprets the immigrant experience for children and adults and promotes an appreciation of contemporary Swedish-American culture.
The Movement Revolution creates unparalleled personalized, community-based exercise programs for people with physical disabilities. The Movement Revolution completes the continuum of health care to support it's mission: to foster hope and invigorate life through research and outcome-based exercise programs. They offer both in-studio, and in-home personal training, eliminating many common barriers to exercise. Our highly educated and experienced staff will coach each client on how to live stronger, longer, and happier through exercise.
Oak Street Health is tailored to the unique healthcare needs of people with Medicare. Our doctors see fewer patients than most doctors, so they spend more time with you. This allows us to take the time to understand your individual circumstances and develop a comprehensive care plan for you.
The mission of Operation Walk Chicago is to improve the quality of life of disadvantaged patients around the world through reducing disability from advanced joint disease. Operation Walk Chicago seeks to achieve this goal by:
Providing joint replacement and rehabilitation services to disadvantaged patients around the world.
Educating local orthopedic surgeons and their healthcare teams.
Assisting in-country healthcare systems develop public health and patient care programs for reducing arthritis-related disability.
Establishing educational fellowships to foster ongoing education and collaboration between the United States and host countries.
Operation Walk Chicago commits to ongoing education and patient care in these impoverished communities, to ensure its contribution will have a long lasting effect. Operation Walk Chicago strives to use only the highest quality educators, administrators, clinicians and equipment, and partners with in-country clinicians to develop a program of arthritis care that is practical and sustainable.
Chicagoland Methodist Senior Services (CMSS) is one of Chicago’s oldest and strongest nonprofit organizations dedicated to serving older adults. Setting a high standard of care, CMSS provides rehab and subacute care, specialized memory support, assisted living, supportive living, home care, home improvements, computer lessons and repairs, and low-income housing.
Whether you need a short-term rehab stay, a reliable handyman, a new place to live, or just someone to talk to, CMSS has you covered. Our services are customizable and flexible to help support your changing needs.
Galter LifeCenter is Illinois' first and Chicago's only certified medical fitness center. Backed by Swedish Covenant Hospital, Galter LifeCenter is a certified, one-of-a-kind health and fitness facility that is home to high-end equipment and the latest classes in a comfortable, welcoming environment. The professional staff, clean and safe environment, health risk screening procedures and clinical integration set them apart.
Great Lakes Clinical Trials has partnered with Premier Pain & Spine to form Chicago’s leading research clinic focusing on pain-related Issues. This relationship provides the thousands of patients being followed by Premier Pain & Spine to have convenient access to the quality research programs conducted by the Great Lakes Clinical Trials team. Pharmaceutical sponsors will benefit from the clinical expertise and the commitment to a pain-free life, of the Premier Pain physicians and their staff.