University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
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  • Healthcare organizations could not function without nurses. At UI Health, our nursing professionals are leaders in healthcare. Nurses have the majority of the interventions with regard to patient care in the hospital, and their work ensures that primary care providers deliver the best care to each patient. From the bedside to the operating room, nurses ensure that the highest quality care is deliv...

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
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  • In the U.S., more people die from prescription opioid overdose than from illegal drugs like heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine — combined. At UI Health, we are improving the safety of opioid therapy by taking steps to ensure the responsible use of opioid drugs to relieve pain and safeguard against their destructive potential. As individuals and as an organization, we share responsibility for hel...

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
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  • When UI Health’s nurses’ assessment of quality care ranked lower than benchmark data on the Press Ganey Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare survey, the hospital conducted focus groups to gain a better understanding of how nursing staff defined “quality care,” then outlined strategies for improvement. In this video, they present the quality-nursing themes identified in their findings. Overal...

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
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  • Officials from the Cuban Ministry of Health spent a week observing how UI Health providers deliver healthcare in low-resource communities as part of a new partnership with UI Health. The representatives visited Mile Square Health Centers on the West Side, in Englewood, and in Back of the Yards, with the aim of collaborating on the development of improved care delivery systems that can be used in b...

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
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  • Robert Selby, a legally blind 54-year-old man from Hazelwood, Missouri, has retinitis pigmentosa (RP) — a rare, inherited condition that progressively deteriorates sight, leading to blindness or near-total blindness. But with the help of an artificial retina called the Argus II —  which was implanted in Robert's left eye in late October and turned on Nov. 16 — he hopes to be able to get around mor...

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
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  • As VCHA, Dr. Barish oversees the seven UIC health science colleges, the UI Health hospital and clinics, and the 12 Mile Square Health Centers throughout Chicago. The UI Health News video series provides an outlet for him to share with all UI Health employees the latest news and updates from the health system.

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
YouTube Video
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
YouTube Video
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
YouTube Video
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
YouTube Video
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
YouTube Video
  • UI Health has a team of experts who can provide care for patients with various stages of liver disease. With locations in downtown Chicago, the Chicago suburbs, and in downstate Illinois, we are known throughout Chicagoland and the state for our expertise in all related transplant services, from assessing and preparing patients, to postoperative monitoring. To learn more about the Liver Transplant...

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
YouTube Video
  • When UI Health’s nurses’ assessment of quality care ranked lower than benchmark data on the Press Ganey Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare survey, the hospital conducted focus groups to gain a better understanding of how nursing staff defined “quality care,” then outlined strategies for improvement. In this video, they present the quality-nursing themes identified in their findings. Overal...

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
YouTube Video
  • Officials from the Cuban Ministry of Health spent a week observing how UI Health providers deliver healthcare in low-resource communities as part of a new partnership with UI Health. The representatives visited Mile Square Health Centers on the West Side, in Englewood, and in Back of the Yards, with the aim of collaborating on the development of improved care delivery systems that can be used in b...

University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
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  • Happy Holidays from UI Health’s Tiniest Holiday Miracles

    On Dec. 14, Santa Claus stopped by the Children's Hospital University of Illinois to visit the newborns receiving care in the NICU. Thank you to Shelly Simon Photography (http://www.shellyshimonphotography.com) for donating her time and services for our annual Santa visit.

  • Patient Receives Vision-Restoring Retinal Implant at UI Health

    Robert Selby, a legally blind 54-year-old man from Hazelwood, Missouri, has retinitis pigmentosa (RP) — a rare, inherited condition that progressively deteriorates sight, leading to blindness or near-total blindness. But with the help of an artificial retina called the Argus II —  which was implanted in Robert's left eye in late October and turned on Nov. 16 — he hopes to be able to get around mor...

  • UI Health News - November 2016

    As VCHA, Dr. Barish oversees the seven UIC health science colleges, the UI Health hospital and clinics, and the 12 Mile Square Health Centers throughout Chicago. The UI Health News video series provides an outlet for him to share with all UI Health employees the latest news and updates from the health system.

  • This is Personal: UI Health — Serving Our Communities Every Day

    This is Personal. This is the commitment we have made to our patients. We care. We strive to make a difference. We work to be the best for our patients every day. This is personal because it is our mission to provide the best healthcare to every person that walks through our doors.

  • Esto Es Personal: UI Health — En Espanol

    Esto no es un eslogan. Es el compromiso que hemos hecho con nuestros pacientes. Nos importa. Buscamos hacer una diferencia. Trabajamos para ser mejores para nuestros pacientes cada día. Es personal porque es nuestra misión proporcionar el mejor cuidado a cada persona que cruce por nuestras puertas.

  • This is Personal: UI Health — Comprehensive Stroke Care

    Jason was a Division I basketball player before he had a stroke. When he had a second stroke, his roommate knew the signs and immediately called 911. Jason was taken to the Comprehensive Stroke Center at UI Health, where his stroke was treated before it could cause permanent damage. Today, he’s back on the court.

  • This is Personal: UI Health — A Cure for Sickle Cell Disease

    Kamia was going to the hospital every four weeks with pain crises caused by sickle cell disease. Then in 2013, she received a stem cell transplantation at UI Health that cured her sickle cell disease — and she hasn’t been hospitalized since. “I still have to pinch myself and say, ‘This is real.’”

  • This is Personal: UI Health — Providing Care for Everyone

    Our award-winning nurses know that our dedication to our community is what makes UI Health special. We serve everybody.

  • This is Personal: UI Health — World-Class Transplant Care

    Ashley gave her dad, Dave, the liver he needed to save his life. The Transplant Team at UI Health gave them the care that ensured they’d be celebrating their “transplant anniversary” for years to come.

  • UI Health Nurses: Leaders in Healthcare

    Healthcare organizations could not function without nurses. At UI Health, our nursing professionals are leaders in healthcare. Nurses have the majority of the interventions with regard to patient care in the hospital, and their work ensures that primary care providers deliver the best care to each patient. From the bedside to the operating room, nurses ensure that the highest quality care is deliv...

  • UI Health: Improving the Safety of Opioid Therapy

    In the U.S., more people die from prescription opioid overdose than from illegal drugs like heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine — combined. At UI Health, we are improving the safety of opioid therapy by taking steps to ensure the responsible use of opioid drugs to relieve pain and safeguard against their destructive potential. As individuals and as an organization, we share responsibility for hel...

  • Comedian Vinnie Hickey Found Hope with the Help of UI Health

    Vinnie Hickey is a stand-up comedian who found that he had an aggressive form of leukemia. His life changed from telling jokes to thinking about death within hours. But the team at UI Health that cared for Vinnie helped him cope with his treatment. “The care that I received at UI Health was like having my own family take care of me in a hospital,” he says.

  • Mission: Kathryn Rhame

    All my life I have had an amazing nursing role model — my mom. She could balance 10 things at once, while knowing the answers to all your medical questions and making you feel like she was your best friend. I aspire to be like her. When I was hired at UI Health, I was paired with a preceptor to show me not only the skills I need to be a great nurse but also how to put my heart into my work. I love...

  • Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center at UI Health

    At UI Health, we understand the personal challenges sickle cell patients go through every day. That compassion fueled our team’s commitment to providing a cure. The Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center at UI Health has cured 15 patients to date — and that’s just the beginning.

  • Mission: Melissa Angulo

    I was born in Chicago and grew up here. I love the idea of being able to take care of Chicago’s patients and families. I am inspired by the nurses, techs, doctors, pharmacists, and therapists that I work with every day — I see how hard they work together to save lives and how they take what could be the most devastating experience of a person’s life and turn it into something that’s manageable. Wh...

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