Healthcare

University of Chicago Medical Center

University of Chicago Medical Center

The University of Chicago Medical Center forms a major center for medical care and research in the Hyde Park neighborhood. Established in 1927 as the University of Chicago Hospitals, the hospitals are affiliated with and run by the University of Chicago.

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UICMC Plat

The University of Chicago Medical Center forms a major center for medical care and research in the Hyde Park neighborhood. Established in 1927 as the University of Chicago Hospitals, the hospitals are affiliated with and run by the University of Chicago.

LaRabida Children's Hospital

LaRabida Children's Hospital

The government of Spain constructed its exhibition hall as a replica For the Chicago World's Fair Colombian Exposition in 1893. After the fair, the Spanish Consulate donated the building, located on Lake Michigan at Jackson Harbor to the City of Chicago for use as a fresh air sanitarium for sick children.

Rush University Medical Center

Rush University Medical Center

Rush University Medical Center was the first health care institution in Chicago. Its founder, Dr. Daniel Brainard, named the school in honor of Dr. Benjamin Rush, the only physician with medical school training to sign the Declaration of Independence and who would later teach Meriwether Lewis the basics medical skills for his expedition with William Clark to the Pacific Northwest. The general hospital associated with the medical college would be the first in Chicago.

Rush University Medical Center Plat

Rush University Medical Center Plat

Rush University Medical Center was the first health care institution in Chicago. Its founder, Dr. Daniel Brainard, named the school in honor of Dr. Benjamin Rush, the only physician with medical school training to sign the Declaration of Independence and who would later teach Meriwether Lewis the basics medical skills for his expedition with William Clark to the Pacific Northwest. The general hospital associated with the medical college would be the first in Chicago.

Rush University Medical Center Plat

Rush University Medical Center Plat

Rush University Medical Center was the first health care institution in Chicago. Its founder, Dr. Daniel Brainard, named the school in honor of Dr. Benjamin Rush, the only physician with medical school training to sign the Declaration of Independence and who would later teach Meriwether Lewis the basics medical skills for his expedition with William Clark to the Pacific Northwest. The general hospital associated with the medical college would be the first in Chicago.

John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital

John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital

The John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County, formerly Cook County Hospital traces its origins to the Board of Commissioners' establishment of a "Poor House" in 1834 to provide free medical care to indigents. By 1847, the Poor House was unable to meet the demands of the population. At Kinzie and State Streets, the County rented Tippecanoe Hall, which became the original Cook County Hospital.

Weiss Memorial Hospital

Weiss Memorial Hospital

Louis A. Weiss Memorial Hospital, affiliated with University of Chicago Medical Center, is an urban hospital located on the site where there used to be Clarendon Beach, a famous beach of the city.

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Chicago Health Medical Group Plat

Chicago Health Medical Group Plat