For more than 180 years, Cook County Health has provided high-quality care to patients across the greater Chicago area. Today, Cook County Health serves more than 600,000 individuals through a broad network of award-winning facilities consisting of two hospitals, more than a dozen health centers, a correctional health facility and a Medicaid Health Plan. Cook County Health also operates the Cook County Department of Public Health. By prioritizing the health and well-being of those it serves, Cook County Health aims to elevate the health of its community while building a place where everyone can receive the quality of care they deserve.
To establish universal access to the world’s best care and health services for all Cook County residents, regardless of the ability to pay, so all may live their healthiest life. We seek to create partnerships with other health providers and communities to enhance the health of the public. We also advocate for policies that promote the physical, mental and social well-being of the people of Cook County.
Hospital, Clinic, Telehealth
AWARDS & ACCOLADES
2023 U.S. News & World Report, High Performing Hospital (COPD, Heart Attack Care, Heart Failure Care, Kidney Failure Care, Pneumonia Care)
2023 Lown Institute Hospitals Index for Social Responsibility #1 most racially inclusive hospital in Illinois and #2 most racially inclusive hospital in the U.S.
Hospital Accreditation, Ambulatory Care Certification, Primary Care Medical Home Certification, The Joint Commission
Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers, The Joint Commission and The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
Academic Comprehensive Cancer Care Program Accreditation, American College of Surgeons, Commission on Cancer; American College of Surgeons
Accredited Health Department, Public Health Accreditation Board
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