The CORE Foundation is a public-private venture between Cook County and Rush University Medical Center. It was established in 1994 to develop and build the Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center. The CORE Foundation promotes and supports the work of the CORE Center, in addition to ownership responsibilities. The CORE Foundation has also developed and implemented innovative programs for local community-based organizations to improve health care service delivery for minorities at risk for and living with HIV/AIDS.
The CORE Foundation has recently undertaken philanthropic efforts to support new initiatives at the CORE Center. Charitable donations to support the work of the Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center can be made through the CORE Foundation.
The CORE Foundation is an Illinois not-for-profit organization and a 501(c)(3). The Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center is a clinic for the prevention, care, and research of HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases located in Chicago, Illinois. The Center uses a “one-stop-shopping” model to offer patients all the services they need under one roof. Services include primary and specialty medical care, dental care, social and support services, prevention and education programs, and opportunities to participate in research. The Center also has an onsite screening clinic that offers confidential testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), confidential counseling and testing for HIV, and tuberculosis (TB) screening.
The Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center was established as a partnership between the Cook County Health and Hospitals System and Rush University Medical Center. Since it opened its doors in 1998, the Center has remained one of the largest HIV/AIDS clinics in the United States.
You can make a charitable donation to support the work of the Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center through the CORE Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization. To make a donation, please contact the CORE Foundation by mail or telephone.
- The CORE Foundation
2020 W. Harrison St., Suite 2-200
Chicago, IL 60612