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New mental health center in Centreville gets OK

University of Chicago debating emergency room in parking garage

Franciscan St. James hospital to cut more than 100 jobs

Medical district sees long-term promise in Ogden development

The Illinois Medical District Commission this week selected Higgins Development Partners to build a $162 million mixed-use project at 2020 W. Odgen Ave. The development will include a 200-room hotel and a 200-unit residential high-rise, among other features. Speaking at the City Club of Chicago on Thursday, IMDC Executive Director Warren Ribley claimed, “This project will be a game changer for the district.”

Shuttered Woodlawn clinic revamped to dispatch mental health professionals

AMA celebrates new Chicago headquarters at old IBM Building

Illinois congresswoman offers help on how to navigate ‘Obamacare’

Health care, biosciences hub planned for West Side

Report: Illinois lagging on health care for poor

Q+A with Dr. Ram Raju

After nearly two years as Cook County Health and Hospitals System’s chief executive officer, Dr. Ramanathan Raju believes he is on track to achieve his five-year vision to transform the nation’s third largest county-owned health system from an overwhelmed safety net provider largely focused on emergency care to a self-funded network with a primary care focus.