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UChicago Medicine Gets Approval to be Level 1 Adult Trauma Center

Illinois Department of Public Health approved UChicago Medicine to be a Level 1 adult trauma center, clearing the final regulatory hurdle for the academic health system to launch the critical service.

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​2017 Pediatric Annual Report

At Comer Children's, we believe that each child holds the promise to create a better tomorrow, and we promise to treat every disease -- no matter how rare -- in order to help them achieve that potential.

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Visit The Forefront, a new science, health and wellness news and information website for the University of Chicago Medicine, the Biological Sciences and the Pritzker School of Medicine.

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​95 UChicago Medicine doctors named to Chicago’s ‘Top Docs’ list

UChicago Medicine physicians account for 16 percent of the 591 doctors recognized in Chicago magazine's 2018 "Top Docs" issue.

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Women's Care at Streeterville

UChicago Medicine physicians offer a wide variety of gynecologic services in Streeterville -- from well woman care to minimally invasive surgery.

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 Trauma Care on the South Side

The opening of our new ED in December 2017 marked an important step toward offering adult trauma services in May 2018.

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Community Benefit Report

2017 Community Benefit Report coverThe University of Chicago Medicine (UCM) contributed $425.2 million in fiscal 2016 -- 14 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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Demystifying heart failure: A Q&A with Gabriel Sayer, MD

A diagnosis of heart failure means the heart isn’t pumping like it should. UChicago Medicine heart failure expert Gabriel Sayer, MD, explains some of the key things he addresses with patients.


Expert surgeon detects nearly invisible throat cancer before it spreads

Ozzie Giglio of Hinsdale, Ill., had such hidden throat cancer that even his diagnostic scans did not detect the abnormality. Thankfully, he found an experienced doctor who did.


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Open public session notice with Magnet appraisers (PDF)


Public notice for the Magnet recognition program site visit (PDF)

How Does HIPEC Work?

HIPEC is an aggressive, targeted surgical technique that attacks abdominal cancer with fewer side effects than traditional chemotherapy. UChicago Medicine is one of the only hospitals in the nation to offer the treatment for both children and adults. » Learn more about HIPEC