Midwestern University Clinics
Exceptional and compassionate healthcare for your family and companion pets.
Home for Healthcare
The Midwestern University Clinics offer a wide-range of health services for the whole family. At our Clinics, graduate-level students and expert clinical faculty work side-by-side to provide exceptional care. Patients of all ages benefit from state-of-the-art facilities, comprehensive treatment options, and a collegiate atmosphere where they play an important role in the education of the next generation of healthcare professionals. Our Clinics offer patient services with convenient centralized scheduling, easy inter-specialty referrals, and several specialty areas in one central location.
The Animal Healthcare Institute at the Glendale Campus is your family's home for pet care. The Clinic offers complete companion animal veterinary care at affordable prices. Our expert team of veterinarians utilizes the latest technology and treatments to provide exceptional care and treat your pet like a member of our family. The Companion Animal Clinic will provide quality training for the next generation of veterinarians while serving the local community. You need compassionate care for your family’s pets; we’ll be your pet care team.
Downers Grove, IL Clinics
The Midwestern University Dental Clinic, Eye Institute, Family Medicine Clinic, Physical Therapy Institute, and Speech-Language Institute are dedicated to providing the best patient care using state-of-the-art technology and a true personal touch. The scope of our services allows us to treat many health issues within the clinics to make treatment more convenient for you.
Glendale, AZ Clinics
The Midwestern University Multispecialty Clinic, Dental Institute, Eye Institute, Therapy Institute, and Comprehensive Care Clinic offer caring medical exams and treatment utilizing the latest methods and technologies from fully-licensed professionals at affordable rates.
Animal Health Institute
The Animal Health Institute at Midwestern University’s Glendale Campus offers comprehensive community veterinary care, with faculty and students providing treatment, via three specialized facilities – the Companion Animal Clinic, the Equine and Bovine Center, and the Diagnostic Pathology Center.