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When Seconds Count, You Can Count On Us

No one expects a medical emergency. When it happens to you, only the best possible care will do for you and your family.

Rush Copley offers extensive emergency care services to Aurora and the surrounding areas. From treating minor injuries and illnesses to more serious emergency care needs, Rush Copley is able to serve the needs of the community.

Rush Copley Emergency Services is a designated Level II Trauma Center. This designation means that physicians, operating room staff and laboratory services are available to you 24 hours a day, every day. Serving the greater Fox Valley area, Rush Copley Emergency Services treats nearly 70,000 people each year.

Care Tailored To Your Needs

To help serve you better, Rush Copley offers convenient care and walk in services close to home. These services help decrease wait-time and increase the quality of care you receive.

Rush Copley Emergency Center in Yorkville

Located in Yorkville, Rush Copley Emergency Center offers quick-access 24/7 emergency care. With full scanning and X-ray capabilities as well as lab services, board-certified physicians diagnose and treat any non-life threatening injuries and illnesses.

Convenient Care in Aurora, Sugar Grove and Oswego

Rush Copley Convenient Care offers easy access to health services in Aurora, Sugar Grove and Oswego. From bee stings to back pain, board-certified primary care physicians, X-ray and laboratory services are all right onsite, making it easy to receive treatment for everyday illnesses and injuries.

Walk in Care in Yorkville

Clinicians at Yorkville Walk-In Care provide treatment for all of your everyday illnesses and injuries. Walk-ins are welcome, no appointment is necessary. Walk-In Care is located at 1100 W. Veterans Parkway, Suite 200
Yorkville, IL 60560. For more information, call 630-236-4270.

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Accreditation

Rush Copley is approved by the State of Illinois as an Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics. This accreditation recognizes facilities that have the resources to manage seriously ill or injured children.

Poison Control Center

Rush Copley staff are trained to assess accidental poisonings over the telephone and to provide instructions for treatment. A computer database provides information on thousands of toxic substances.