AMITA Health announced last week they would forego $5.5 million in TIF funding approved last year by the Chicago City Council.
Author: Ryan Voyles
Gov. JB Pritzker unveiled a $41.5 billion capital plan Friday which includes more than $400 million for healthcare and human services.
Safety net providers are calling on lawmakers to include funding for their facilities in the state’s first capital bill in a decade.
For more than five years, E.J. Kuiper has been the head of the central Illinois division of Hospital Sisters Health System, and now holds a dual role as CEO of HSHS St. John’s Hospital in Springfield.
Lawmakers, advocates and other officials took to the Capitol Wednesday to highlight the importance of treating childhood trauma.
The University of Illinois’ regional medical campus in Rockford is among nine new hubs joining the Illinois Innovation Network, a project intended to boost entrepreneurship, research and workforce development.
With just over two weeks left in the spring session, pro-choice advocates made a push Wednesday in Springfield to revive an effort to expand abortion rights in Illinois.
May 15, 2019 | Press Releases
MAYWOOD, IL – Loyola Medicine’s groundbreaking lung transplant program has reached a major new milestone by performing its 1,000th lung transplant. Since establishing the first lung transplant program in Illinois, Loyola has performed more than twice as many lung transplants as all other transplant centers in the state combined. “We are proud to be among […]
Forty-two Illinois hospitals received top marks on patient safety, according to a report released Wednesday morning by The Leapfrog Group.
Emergency medical service personnel are part of a proposal intended to strengthen an existing law that protects law enforcement officials stopped alongside a roadway.
May 13, 2019 | Top Stories
The Lake County Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are investigating the health impacts of an ammonia leak that occurred last month in Beach Park.
A state-run fund that provides health and dental insurance to participating local governmental entities finished with a net position of $54,000 last summer, according to an audit released last month by the auditor general’s office.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., has joined the push to raise the minimum age to purchase tobacco products to 21.