News & Highlights
A recent ribbon-cutting for 55th & Pulaski Health Collaborative both celebrated the clinic’s opening and marked another important milestone in Ul Health’s growing clinical footprint and service area.
The Department of Pediatrics will participate in Festival del Nino at 11 am on 6.11.22 at the National Museum of Mexican Art (1852 West 19th Street). For details, please contact Dr. Jaye Schreier at [email protected].
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics Meghan Harding, DO, was interviewed by ABC-7 on 1.24.22 regarding her treatment of a 7-year-old PICU patient who nearly died from Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome…
The pandemic is having an impact on medical care beyond COVID-19, and UI Health General Practitioner Michelle Barnes, MD, was interviewed on 2.1.22. Her comments on the 21st Show, which airs on NPR member stations in Illinois…
An article published in JAMA Network Open highlights the positive effect of a web-based depression prevention intervention developed and studied by Dr. Benjamin Van Voorhees and colleagues.
Dr. James Ronayne and colleagues develop one-of-a-kind rotation for medical residents and public health students bridging practice and policy
Dr. Jon Klein talked with the WBEZ Morning Shift on November 28th about a new study which revealed that parents and children/teens mostly agree on the importance of teens having private doctor visits.
13 Department of Pediatrics Providers are recognized as Top Doctors by Castle Connolly and/or Chicago magazine. Overall, 101 UI Health Providers were listed.
Dr. Kristin Berg was interviewed regarding the PCORI funded study (BEhavioral Health Stratified Treatment to Optimize Transition to Adulthood for Youth with IDD) that partners three UI Health organizations…
Dr. James Antoon and colleagues are the first to conduct large-scale analysis of treatments and outcomes for children with Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN)