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The University of Chicago Medicine conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment on a regular basis and develops a strategic implementation plan to improve the health of residents in our 12-zip code service area. The Community Health Needs Assessments are a systematic, data-driven approach to determining the health status, behaviors and needs of these residents.
Required by the Affordable Care Act, a Community Health Needs Assessment enables communities to identify issues of greatest concern and decide how to allocate resources to address those issues, thereby making the greatest possible impact on community health status. UChicago Medicine, in collaboration with the Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council, sponsored the report.
As informed by the 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment and the Child & Adolescent Health Supplement to the Community Health Needs Assessment, the current health priority areas are:
The 2015 report includes the evaluation of initiatives since the previous 2012 Community Health Needs Assessment.
UChicago Medicine developed the 2016 Community Benefit Strategic Implementation Plan to address the health priority areas identified through the Community Health Needs Assessment Report. Our plan provides an overview of efforts by the medical center to assess, prioritize and address the health needs of our community.
In collaboration with our dedicated partners, UChicago Medicine supports a variety of programs and services to strategically address complex health needs in South Side communities.Programs & Services
Connect with UChicago Medicine at community events, including fitness classes, health fairs, educational forums, festivals and more. Find upcoming events and opportunities to get involved.Events
UChicago Medicine awards grants and sponsorships to select community partners who share our commitment to improving health outcomes on Chicago's South Side.Grants & Sponsorships