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Featured Story

What is Cook County Health’s interim CEO thinking?

April 16, 2014

Dr. Shannon Checks in with Crain’s Chicago Business As a college junior, John Jay Shannon got a taste of his future life as a physician. He biked from his apartment to a small hospital in Mobile, Ala., where he worked… [Read More]

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Board Meetings & Event Calendar

April 25, 2014 - 8:00 AM
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Weekly Health Tip

  • A poison emergency can happen to anyone. Keep the Illinois Poison Control Number nearby: 1-800-222-1222.

  • Do you feel prepared to deal with at-home emergencies? Be sure that you have a home first-aid kit. Teach your child to call 911 in an emergency. Know the location of the hospital emergency room nearest to you.

  • Are you among the 1 in 3 at risk for Kidney Disease? For information on a local screening, go to

  • Did you know that one in three adults has high blood pressure? Be sure that you are aware of your blood pressure status, especially if there is a family history of hypertension.

  • It’s vital to take care of your eyes, especially if you have diabetes or an already-diagnosed condition such as glaucoma or macular degeneration.