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Welcome to the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Science System.

We’re changing medicine. And we're changing it for good.

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System is made up of several facilities, all of which give you access to different levels of care. These include a 495-bed hospital, outpatient clinic, immediate care clinic, and 12 Mile Square Health Centers including locations in Back of the Yards, Cicero, Englewood, Near West, and South Shore.  As a leader in patient care, research and education, UI Health is committed to making positive and lasting differences in health science and in people's lives.

UI Health News

01/01/2015

Chicago Police Officer Magallon Recieves Life-Saving Bone Marrow Transplant

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12/19/2014

Chicago Shriners Hospital to partner with UI Health in specialized pediatric care

Hospital partnership to expanded pediatric specialty medical services to their patients. … Read More »

12/12/2014

UI Health is First in Illinois to Receive Award for Outstanding Nurses

5 East Surgical Specialties & Rehabilitation Units receive an award for excellence in nursing… Read More »

12/10/2014

Customer Care Center Expands with Chicago Lighthouse

Nonprofit agency that provides employment, education, and other services to people with disabilitie… Read More »

12/08/2014

UIC School of Public Health gets $1.4 million gift

The gift, the largest to the school from an individual, from the estate of Dr. Paul Levy and his wi… Read More »

12/05/2014

UI Health Receives Patient Experience Award

Success Story Award from leading national health care performance and patient experience improvemen… Read More »

11/21/2014

Young Cancer Patients Celebrate Thanksgiving Early

Children’s Hospital University of Illinois will host more than 120 pediatric cancer patients and th… Read More »

10/27/2014

Information about Ebola and Screening at UI Health (updated 10-27-2014)

It is important to screen everyone who has an appointment at UI Health as well as those visiting pa… Read More »

10/17/2014

UI Health Recognized for LGBT-Inclusive Policies

Recognized as a "Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality" by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the e… Read More »

10/15/2014

Cancer Center featured in US Airways Magazine

Clinical trials get national attention … Read More »

09/16/2014

UI Health Plus: A New Managed Care Plan for Medicaid Patients

UI Health now offers a managed care plan for patients currently enrolled in Medicaid.… Read More »

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UI Health Events

02/19/2015

St. Baldrick’s Head-Shaving Event at Children’s Hospital University of Illinois

St. Baldrick’s head-shaving events raise critical funds for childhood cancer research.… Read More »

01/06/2015

Get Insured - We Are Here to Help

Certified Representatives are available January 6 through February 15 for open health insurance enr… Read More »

12/01/2014

Diabetes Wellness Classes

January & February Class Schedules Available. Classes in English and Spanish to help you manage Dia… Read More »

08/28/2014

Sickle Cell Support Group

Sickle Cell Support Group Meet Ups… Read More »

03/19/2014

Bariatric Information Sessions

Get started as quickly as possible on your path to weight loss … Read More »

02/25/2014

Brain Aneurysm Support Group Meetings

Join us at one of our Brain Aneurysm Support Group Meetings. 2014 schedule… Read More »

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Patient Stories

10/01/2012

Seamless, Coordinated Care Leaves No Room for Worry.

Patient Bonita McLean tells her story about breast cancer and treatment at UI Heath.… Read More »

10/14/2014

Gus is Living Life to the Fullest

Diagnosed with cerebral palsy at an early age, Gus has faced his fair share of challenges. With hel… Read More »

03/25/2014

Harry Jordan was born with a time bomb in his brain.

Harry Jordan working to change the face of stroke recovery. … Read More »

04/08/2014

Commitment of a lifetime

So impressed Jeannette Moore started to work with Mile Square Health Center. … Read More »

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