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University of Chicago Medical Center and Ingalls Health System Join Forces

The new alliance combines a top community hospital with one of the country's leading academic medical institutions.

Parents hold baby boy born at the Family Birth Center

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.

Gary Steinberg, MD, and bladder cancer patient

Innovating Bladder Cancer Care

Our expert bladder cancer team offers innovative treatment options, including advanced nerve-sparing surgical techniques and novel therapies through numerous clinical trials, to deliver comprehensive, personalized care for each patient.

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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2014 Community Benefit ReportThe University of Chicago Medicine contributed $316 million in fiscal 2014 to improve the health of the South Side and the broader Chicago area, a 12 percent increase over the previous year.
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One out of 10 children receive unnecessary health care services

Health policy researchers from UChicago show that in 2014, the families of 4.4 million children with commercial health insurance spent $27 million on unnecessary, so-called "low-value" services like antibiotics, cold medicines and vitamins.


Pregnancy after cancer: What are the options before and after treatment?

More young women are surviving cancer, but treatments can affect their ability to become pregnant. Obstetrician Obehi Asemota, MD, writes about fertility options for women both before and after cancer treatment.


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UChicago and the Cancer Moonshot

In June 2016, 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.