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Dec 17

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All In 2017 Recap

Recapping CommunityHealth’s Annual All In Event It’s hard to believe that it’s already one month to the day since All In Chicago 2017 took place at the Mid-America Club. It was a wonderful event featuring three passionate speakers determined to make Chicago a healthier city, listened to intently by an audience of 150+ ...

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Nov 17

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Volunteer Profile: Grant Van der Voort

You can find Grant Van der Voort (and his amazing smile) in CommunityHealth every week, fulfilling his ambition to become a qualified physician and provide care to his community.     In 2017 Grant enrolled as a Medical Student at Loyola University’s Stritch School of Medicine. As part of the program, Grant spends Monday ...

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Nov 17

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All In Chicago 2017

All In Chicago: Partnering to make Chicago a healthier place to be with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois. It is estimated that in 2018 there will still be more than 250,000 Cook County residents without health insurance. For the past three years, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL) has been the […]

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Oct 17

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Preventative Measures: Health Education

CommunityHealth is a proactive force for the good health of our local community: we employ numerous preventative health care measures, all designed to stop health issues from escalating and, where possible, from occurring at all. We don’t just want to be in our patients’ lives at times of ill-health; rather, CommunityHealth ...

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Oct 17

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A Life-Changing Partnership: CommunityHealth Partners with Dispensary of Hope to Provide Patients Life-Changing Medication

CommunityHealth celebrates our partnership with Dispensary of Hope and its benefit to our patients every day. The partnership enables us to dispense crucial medication to our patients by expanding our range of medicines, recovering medication that would otherwise have gone unused and dispensing it to those who need it most. The ...

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