One of the Nation's Leading Academic Medical Institutions

Since opening its first hospital in 1927, the University of Chicago Medicine has grown into an integrated academic and community health system. Today, UChicago Medicine unites a series of leading, mission-driven organizations, including the University of Chicago Medical Center, Ingalls Memorial Hospital, the UChicago Medicine Care Network, the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine and the University of Chicago Biological Sciences Division. With roughly 13,000 employees, UChicago Medicine pursues impactful solutions and seeks to elevate the human experience with knowledge and health care.

Centered in historic, tree-lined Hyde Park — on the University of Chicago campus — UChicago Medicine also has dozens of outpatient clinics around the Chicago area, including locations in downtown Chicago, the south suburbs and Northwest Indiana.

UChicago Medicine's outpatient facilities are conveniently located throughout the region, from River EastPrinters Row and the South Loop in the heart of Chicago to Orland ParkTinley ParkFlossmoor, and Calumet City in the south suburbs.

In Northwest Indiana, Crown Point offers advanced specialty care, including pediatric care from Comer Children's Hospital. This is UChicago Medicine’s first freestanding facility in Indiana and the largest offsite location in the health system.

In addition, UChicago Medicine’s advanced specialists in cancerheart careorthopaedics and other specialties help patients through clinical partnerships and joint venture programs in New Lenox and Kankakee, among other locations.

Primary Medical Facilities

Fast Facts

University of Chicago Medical Center

Fiscal 2023, unless otherwise noted

Licensed Beds 811
Employees 10,809
Faculty Physicians 845
Nurses 3,501
Residents & Fellows 1,232
Ambulatory Appointments 949,373
Hospital Patient Days 234,381
Hospital Admissions 34,067
Emergency Room Visits (72,645 adult; 35,055 pediatric) 107,700
Surgeries 26,308
Births 2,716
Operating Revenue $2.87 billion
Community Benefits and Services $636.6 million
Uncompensated Care $573 million
Affiliated Nobel Prize Winners 12
NIH Funding $276 million

Ingalls Memorial Hospital / Community Health & Hospital Division

Fiscal 2023, unless otherwise noted

Licensed Beds 485
Employees 1,746
Physicians 508
Nurses (RN only) 520*
Outpatient Encounters 275,194
Hospital Patient Days 61,196
Hospital Admissions 8,655
Emergency Room Visits 35,782
Surgeries 3,207
Operating Revenue $313 million
Community Benefits and Services (includes just Ingalls, not all of Community Health and Hospitals Division) $94.3 million*
Uncompensated Care (includes just Ingalls, not all of Community Health and Hospitals Division) $92.3 million*