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Rush Opens Free Medical Clinic At Wendell Phillips Academy: ‘They Can Literally Come From Upstairs In Their English Class’
Physical and mental health services will be provided to the entire student body year-round and free of charge, thanks to grant funding.
West Side Leads City In Boosting Vaccine Rates. The Key? Meeting Residents Where They’re At, Health Leaders Say
West Side health organizations worked with neighborhood groups, churches, schools and block clubs to educate people about vaccines and overcome people's reservations.
Illinois Medical District Hosts Job, Resource And Health Fair Thursday
The fair will run 10 a.m.-4 p.m at the Illinois Medical District headquarters, 2100 W. Harrison St.
MASK, Rush Medical Center Team Up To Vaccinate Englewood Residents At Barbecue Event
The two groups are planning future vaccination events at MASK's Peace Academy campus.
West Side Organization Will Launch Community Health Hub Inside Elementary School: ‘Access Is The Most Important Thing’
By basing health services at Herzl School of Excellence in North Lawndale, parents and students can access needed resources at a place they already go to daily, organizers say.
What Would A Thriving Madison Street And Pulaski Road Look Like? West Side Groups Launch Plan To Revitalize Corridors
By bringing back critical resources to the commercial corridors, organizers aim to help West Garfield Park residents live longer, healthier lives — and to close the area's death gap.
After Year Of Pandemic, West Side Health Collaborative Credits ‘Power Of Partnership’ To Battle Health Disparities
West Side United, led by a partnership of six hospitals, is working to close the life expectancy gap between Black and white Chicagoans. But when COVID hit, it pivoted to tackle those unique challenges, too.
All Adult Residents Of Austin, Garfield Park And North Lawndale Can Get Vaccinated. Here’s How To Sign Up
The community-based vaccinations intend to make it easier for residents in hard-hit neighborhoods to get shots.
West Side Businesses Win $10,000 Grants To Help Recover From Pandemic
The grants were awarded by West Side United, a collaborative of hospitals, residents and organizations working to improve community health by tackling the social conditions that lead to poor outcomes.
West Side Churches Offer Coronavirus Testing: ‘We Have To Meet The Community Where They Are’
Rush University Medical Center is coordinating the testing in partnership with a church network that helps address health inequities on the West Side.