COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019)
Chicago Travel Order
If you have traveled to any of the states on the City of Chicago’s Emergency Travel Order in the past 14 days, you will still be able to receive medical care at UI Health. You will be subject to symptom screening upon arrival. If you have symptoms concerning for COVID-19, we may need to reschedule your appointment. For a list of the states, visit Chicago.gov.
UI Health is prepared to care for any patient suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 and to minimize the risk of exposure to other patients, visitors, staff, and our community.
Due to COVID-19, our hospital has made changes to clinics, appointment requests, and other areas of care. We will continue to provide you and your family with the care and information you need during this time.
To protect our patients, staff, and communities, Visitor Limitations are in effect at all of our care sites.
Don't let your guard down! Continue to wear a mask, wash your hands & social distance. We're safer when all of us do these, all of the time.
It is important for your patients to get the specialized care they need during this time. We are here to work with you and your patient to ensure they safely receive the care and specialized services they need during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
As our community continues to manage the spread of COVID-19, it’s important to know the steps you can take to keep you and your family healthy and safe.
UI Health and UIC are grateful for the many offerings of support during the COVID-19 pandemic, and we have established ways for our communities to contribute to our clinical operations, including PPE donations and meal donations for our frontline staff. Learn more.
You also can recognize a staff member or send our teams through our Employee Recognition Form.
Financial assistance is available for uninsured patients that meet certain requirements. Click here for more information.