Cook County Hospital

1400 W Harrison St
Chicago, IL 60607, US

Category: Community

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In March 1913, Cook County laid the cornerstone of the County Hospital, a key medical resource for Chicago's poor. This two-block long Beaux Arts style building was home to the nation's first blood bank, and provided low-cost medical care to uninsured patients. The hospital's mission is, "To provide a Comprehensive Program of Quality Health Care with Respect and Dignity, to the residents of Cook County, regardless of their ability to pay."
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