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- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
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Dr. Ngozi Ezike, Former State Top Doc, Will Lead Sinai Chicago Health System
Ezike previously led the state's coronavirus response director of the Illinois Department of Public Health. "I am ready to tackle issues of health equity and continue the work Sinai has been doing long before anyone heard of a COVID-19 pandemic," Ezike said.
‘Living Room’ Coming To West Side Will Be An Alternative To The ER For People With A Mental Health Crisis
"The goal is to prevent people from going to the emergency room unnecessarily. We know what happens with our people: They're in a mental health crisis and they end up in jail," said Carolyn Vessel, CEO of I AM ABLE.
Sinai Chicago Partners With Michigan Company To Grow West Side Rehabilitation Center
The partnership with Michigan-based rehabilitation hospital Mary Free Bed will allow Sinai to serve more patients and offer new programs and services.
North Lawndale Residents: Ogden Commons Is Hiring For At Least 100 Positions — Here’s How To Apply
North Lawndale Employment Network is hosting a virtual hiring event 10 a.m. Saturday. " We're meeting people with all skill levels, with all backgrounds."
Children’s Museum Planned At Ogden Commons Will Teach West Side Kids About Health And Wellness
Some of the planned exhibits are a reading corner with books from Black and Latino authors, a pretend pediatrician's office and a play kitchen for kids to learn about healthy eating.
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.
West Side Leaders Hosting ‘Uncomfortable Conversations’ About Systemic Racism: ‘We Have To Get On The Same Page’
The virtual events will be a series of frank conversations about what racism is and how it still impacts Black people in Chicago.
Some West Siders Skeptical Of Coronavirus Vaccines, But City Hopes To Earn Their Trust With An Equitable Distribution Plan
The legacy of medical studies like the Tuskegee experiment and disparities in health care loom large as some Black West Siders weigh getting a coronavirus vaccine.
Sinai Health System To Resume Elective Procedures Next Week
The hospital system canceled most non-urgent services to free resources and staff to treat COVID-19 patients.