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Family Birth Center Opening in August 2016

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

Ted Bayard

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

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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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