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Through community partnerships, the University of Chicago Medicine supports a variety of programs and services offering health-related benefits for South Side residents.
Additionally, UChicago Medicine is committed to addressing health priority areas identified through the Community Health Needs Assessment. We support programs and services that address these health conditions in our 12-zip code service area.
The Community Fitness Program at the Museum of Science and Industry boasts 60 to 80 members who regularly walk and do aerobic exercise inside the museum’s confines. The program takes place on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.
In existence more than 21 years, this free program is designed to encourage healthy fitness habits and to help seniors integrate a regular exercise program into their health routines.
Registration is required.
South Side Fit is a free wellness program. In addition to weekly fitness classes and other benefits, South Side Fit offers monthly health and nutrition workshops. Registration is required.
The Pediatric Mobile Medical Unit is a "hospital on wheels," taking medical services to South Side schools where students may not receive healthcare on a regular basis. With two fully equipped exam rooms, the mobile unit serves students ages three to 19 years old.Learn more about the Pediatric Mobile Medical Unit
Learn more about Stop the Bleed
The Feed1st Program operates six food pantries at UChicago Medicine and the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital, aiming to alleviate hunger and food insecurity among families and caregivers of patients. Food is free, and recipients are welcome to help themselves to as much as they need.Learn more about Feed1st
The Center for Asian Health Equity (CAHE) is a partnership between the University of Chicago and the Asian Health Coalition. Directed by Karen Kim, MD, CAHE investigates health disparities that disproportionately affect Asian American populations.Learn more about CAHE