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A part of the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC), the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System (UI Health) provides comprehensive care, education, and research to train health care leaders, foster healthy communities and promote health equity in Illinois and beyond.

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The clinical enterprise of UI Health includes a 455-bed tertiary care hospital, 21 outpatient clinics, 13 federally qualified Mile Square Health Center locations, and a new Specialty Care Building. With a focus on patients and their families, UI Health provides safe, high-quality and cost-effective care.

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The UI Health system includes the academic and research activities of the seven UIC health science colleges, with campuses in Chicago, Peoria, Quad Cities, Rockford, Springfield, and Urbana. We have faculty at the forefront of health research, advancing knowledge and clinical practice to promote health and well-being for families and communities.

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UI Health is dedicated to the pursuit of health equity for marginalized communities and populations. From community-based models of care, to a Cancer Center working to end disparities in cancer care, to training programs for community health workers, UI Health is addressing structural inequities and social determinants of health.

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UI Health is a regional and national leader in advancing health equity through clinical services, health sciences education, research, and community partnerships, as demonstrated by Vital Signs such as these:

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Over 1.3 Million Patient Visits
The UI Health Academic Health Enterprise provided healthcare services to Chicago area community members through 1,362,799 patient visits in fiscal year 2022. Of those visits, more than 523,000 were ambulatory care visits at the Outpatient Care Center; more than 170,000 Hospital visits; nearly 160,000 visits throughout the Mile Square Health Center network, and more than 150,000 visits to the College of Dentistry.

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#1 for Researchers Using Epic Cosmos
UI Health is #1 in the nation for the number of researchers that have been onboarded to the Epic Cosmos data platform. Our participation in Epic Cosmos is enriching the data set with our patient population, contributing to representation and health equity in the available data. UI Health researchers are also involved in pilot projects with Epic to further expand use of the data set for clinical decision making.

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Residencies at 122 Institutions Across the Nation
For the 2023 Match Day event, 276 College of Medicine students were matched with residences at 122 different hospitals and institutions across the nation, and in 33 states. Of those 276 students, 166 were from the Chicago campus, 54 from Peoria and 56 from Rockford.

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30,000 Residents Receiving Care
The UI Health Clinic and Urgent Care Center located in the new Auburn-Gresham Healthy Lifestyle Hub is expected to serve 30,000 Auburn-Gresham residents with compassionate and high-quality primary and urgent care.

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74% of UIC Research Funding
Out of $459.4 million in total UIC research funding for fiscal year 2022, $337.7 million, or 74%, was for UI Health research projects at the seven health science colleges and within the healthcare system.

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#6 in Technology Transfer
The University of Illinois System is ranked as #6 in the nation for technology transfer from research by Heartland Forward, an institute for economic renewal focused on improving economic performance in the Midwest.