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UChicago Medicine primary care physicians and specialists provide personalized care in a convenient location in Chicago's South Loop.

Dr. Selwyn Rogers Jr., New Adult Trauma Center Director

Dr. Selwyn Rogers to Head UChicago Medicine's Adult Trauma Center

Widely respected surgeon Selwyn O. Rogers Jr., MD, will lead the initiative to expand trauma care on Chicago's South Side.

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Our Family Birth Center Is Now Open

Choose from a spectrum of options to customize your birth experience in the comfort and privacy of our brand new birth facility.

Ted Bayard

No Challenge Too Great

Ted Bayard had battled against worsening heart disease for years. Receiving a heart transplant restored Bayard's health and his excitement for life.

Abbie Perkovich

This Teacher Taught Her Doctors a Lesson in Courage

Abbie Perkovich was only 21 when she received a stunning diagnosis: She was suffering from ulcerative colitis, a potentially life-threatening inflammatory bowel disease.

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The University of Chicago Medicine's proposal to extend trauma on the South Side was approved

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2015-2016 Community Benefit ReportThe University of Chicago Medicine (UCM) contributed $373 million in fiscal 2015 -- 18 percent more than the prior year -- to address the urgent health needs of the South Side and provide other assistance to the community.

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Untreated sleep apnea in children can harm brain cells tied to cognition and mood

A study comparing children who have sleep apnea to children who slept normally found significant reductions of gray matter in the brain.


Aggression disorder linked to greater risk of substance abuse

A new study by psychiatrist Emil Coccaro shows that people with aggression disorder are at much greater risk to develop substance abuse problems.

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UChicago and the Cancer Moonshot

The University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center co-hosted a summit as part of the national Cancer Moonshot Initiative to eliminate cancer as we know it.