Healthcare Providers and South Side Community Collaborate on a Plan for Health Equity

2020-10-21T15:14:27+00:00

With the national spotlight on social justice, three South Side healthcare providers, St. Bernard Hospital, Advocate Trinity Hospital and University of Chicago Medicine, along with community leaders, faith leaders, and a number of federally-qualified health centers (FQHCs) have joined forces to bring attention to the glaring healthcare disparities that exist on the South Side of Chicago.- Chicago Crusader

Healthcare Providers and South Side Community Collaborate on a Plan for Health Equity2020-10-21T15:14:27+00:00

Chicago’s South Side Leaders Seek to Change Healthcare Model in Latino Community

2020-10-19T17:12:25+00:00

Distinct leaders in the South Side of Chicago are eyeing to create a new health care model to address chronic illness and the COVID-19 pandemic that widely affects the Latino community, as well as Blacks. – Latin Post

Chicago’s South Side Leaders Seek to Change Healthcare Model in Latino Community2020-10-19T17:12:25+00:00

Preventive care use has declined significantly amid COVID-19 without major rebound

2020-10-19T16:55:48+00:00

The use of preventive care early in the coronavirus pandemic declined significantly and has not resumed despite the reopening of medical offices, according to a new analysis. – The Hill

Preventive care use has declined significantly amid COVID-19 without major rebound2020-10-19T16:55:48+00:00