As a measles outbreak grips the country, the Illinois Public Health Association is looking at ways to increase access to vital vaccinations for school children.
Author: Ryan Voyles
Apr 26, 2019 | Press Releases
PEORIA – In recognition of its expertise in serving adults with congenital heart disease (CHD), structural heart conditions present at birth, the OSF Children’s Hospital of Illinois Adult Congenital Heart Program earned accreditation as a Comprehensive Care Center from the Adult Congenital Heart Association (ACHA), the highest level possible. Individuals with CHD, the most common […]
Apr 25, 2019 | Press Releases
Chicago, Illinois – Haymarket Center, a leader in the field of substance use disorders and behavioral health treatment, today announced the establishment of its inaugural Leadership Council. The Council is comprised of a group of diverse leaders invested in Haymarket Center’s mission to aid people who are suffering from behavioral health disorders in their recovery. […]
UChicago Medicine, Advocate partner to provide expanded trauma recovery services to Chicago’s south side
University of Chicago Medicine and Advocate Christ Medical Center are partnering on a new program focused on strengthening existing violence recovery and trauma care services between the two health systems.
An Illinois congressman hopes to shift millions of dollars set aside for presidential campaigns to create a new initiative to battle pediatric cancer.
The OSF HealthCare downtown Peoria Ministry Headquarters project on SW Adams St. has been approved for historic tax credits and is moving forward.
Chicago’s Sinai Health System and the Israel-based Center for Digital Innovation will partner to promote digital healthcare opportunities between the two groups.
A recent report by the University of Chicago found that workers who participate in wellness programs at work exercise and manage their weight better than non-enrollees.
Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx has joined Melrose Park officials in their effort to keep Westlake Hospital open.
Pediatricians are pushing Gov. JB Pritzker to reverse a rule that they say is causing children in low-income families to miss necessary vaccinations.
McDowell Named First Recipient of New Endowed Chair for Emergency Medicine Named after Dr. David Griffen
Dr. Christopher McDowell, an emergency medicine physician with SIU Medicineand the medical director of the Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation, will be the firstrecipient of a newly created endowment for emergency medicine.
CHICAGO, IL – Sinai Health System is opening a new hybrid short stay observation unit at Mount Sinai Hospital to serve both adult and pediatric patients. The opening of the adult unit on April 22 is the first part of a two-phase project. The pediatric component of the new unit will open in July. The […]
Apr 19, 2019 | Uncategorized
Shawn Vincent took the helm at Loyola Medicine in November after holding a series of executive level jobs at Augusta University Health in Georgia and Tennessee-based HCA Healthcare. In January, Loyola announced it was beginning talks to officially join forces with Palos Health. The groups previously partnered on a Palos health center in Orland Park. […]
Illinois’ Medicaid managed care rolls fell 1.3 percent in February, bringing the total down to 2,091,826.