Song Piyaka, MD

1101 Lake St. #304
Oak Park, Illinois 60301

Song K. Piyaka, MD

Song K. Piyaka MD

1101 Lake St.
#304
Oak Park, Illinois 60301
Fax: (708) 763-0827

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About Me

Dr. Song Piyaka is part of AMITA Health's extensive provider network, which includes more than 7,000 affiliated providers. The AMITA Health system serves communities throughout the greater Chicago area down to Kankakee, integrating 19 hospitals, more than 230 outpatient sites and the full spectrum of medical care for you and your family from primary, immediate and emergency care to advanced cardiology, neurology and cancer treatments. We are committed to providing quality care that is open, inclusive and compassionate, delivered with dignity and empathy for all. In sickness and in health.®

Specialties
  • Addiction Psychiatry
  • Psychiatry
Languages
  • Thai
Education
  • Residency Illinois State Psychiatric Institute, Chicago
  • Medical School Mahidol University Faculty of Medicine at Ramathibodi Hospital, Thailand
Certifications
  • Addiction Psychiatry
Medical Interests
  • Addictions
  • Care of Geriatric Patients
  • Geriatric Psychiatry
Office Number(708) 763-0727

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Insurance Types Accepted

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield Medicare Advantage
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield PPO
  • Cigna HMO
Services

Services

AMITA Health offers a full range of services for you and your family. From acute care and obstetrics to cardiac and emergency care, we're committed to providing quality care that is open, inclusive and compassionate, delivered with dignity and empathy for all.

Our Story

Our Story

AMITA Health is a faith based health system created by Adventist Midwest Health and Alexian Brothers Health System. AMITA Health is focused on delivering the most efficient, highest-quality, faith-based care possible. We are a new health system that integrates our founding organizations' nine hospitals and an extensive physician provider network of more than 3,000 physicians. 

Clinical Research

Clinical Research

AMITA Health is committed to advancing medicine through clinical research. Clinical research trials are a way to test the safety and effectiveness of new ideas and procedures in an ethical, controlled environment. Many of the current medical treatments available today were developed in a clinical research trial.