Cook County General Hospital

cook county general hospital

cook county general hospital

Cook County Health provides high-quality care to more than 500,000 individuals through the health system and the health plan. Our teams of doctors, nurses and medical professionals represent the best in medicine.

The John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County (formerly Cook County Hospital) is a public hospital in Chicago, Illinois, United States.It is part of the Cook County Health and Hospital System, along with Provident Hospital of Cook County and several related centers, which provides public primary, specialty, and tertiary healthcare services to residents of Cook County, Illinois

As the flagship of Cook County Health, John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital remains at the forefront of new therapies and innovations in healthcare. The 450-bed teaching hospital serves as the hub for Cook County Health for delivery of specialty and sub-specialty care.

History. Cook County was created on January 15, 1831, out of Putnam County by an act of the Illinois General Assembly.It was the 54th county established in Illinois and was named after Daniel Cook, one of the earliest and youngest statesmen in Illinois history.He served as the second U.S. Representative from Illinois and the state's first Attorney General.

CCDPH is an affiliate of Cook County Health. CCH is one of the largest public health systems in the nation. In addition to CCDPH, it includes: John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital and Provident Hospital; more than a dozen community health centers; the Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center; Correctional Health (at the Cook County Jail and the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center); and CountyCare, a Medicaid ...

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Active Detainee Housing. Division II 2700 S. California Ave. Chicago, IL 60608 Built in 1955, Division II was designed to hold 870 detainees in a dormitory setting. Formerly the City of Chicago’s House of Corrections, it was turned over to the Sheriff’s Office in 1970 and combined with Division I to form the Cook County Department of Corrections.

America's Largest Mental Hospital Is a Jail. At Cook County, where a third of those incarcerated suffer from psychological disorders, officials are looking for ways to treat inmates less like ...

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