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Improving health within hospitals and beyond their walls—that’s what Illinois hospitals are doing every day to enhance individual health and community well-being. By providing $5.8 billion in community benefits, hospitals are serving the most vulnerable and communities as a whole. They're also developing programs and partnerships focused on wellness and access to care.

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Illinois Hospitals: Strengthening Communities

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  • Apr 24, 2019
  • IL Hospitals Doing More

U of C, Advocate Health Care Announce Joint Violence and Trauma Care Effort

The University of Chicago Medical Center and the Advocate Christ Medical Center announced the formation of Southland RISE (Resilience Initiative to Strengthen and Empower). Hyde Park Herald

  • Apr 19, 2019
  • IL Hospitals Doing More

West Side Health Care Group Awarded $3 Million Grant

A West Side health care group will increase training to help health care workers get higher-paying jobs with a $3 million grant announced Thursday. Chicago Sun-Times

  • Apr 17, 2019
  • IL Hospitals Doing More

Cook County Health Cuts Ribbon on Outpatient Center in Arlington Heights

On April 12, Cook County Health held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and public open house at its new Arlington Heights Health Center as part of its ongoing plans to expand care into suburban Cook County.