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Monifa Thomas

<p>When most of Chicago is just coming home from work, The Night Ministry is just starting its day, seeking uninsured people to make sure they’re aware of new health insurance options through the Affordable Care Act.</p>
<p> The University of Chicago Medical Center is seeking permission to relocate and expand its emergency department on its Hyde Park campus.</p>
<p>More than 121,000 people in Illinois selected plans through President Obama’s health care plan in the first month of enrollment, which
<p>The head of the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services is stepping down next month.</p>
<p>On the heels of the tax season starting in full swing, the federal government on Thursday released more information about the changes coming to Americans due to the Affordable Care Act.</p>
<p>The University of Chicago Medical Center has pulled its request to expand their adult emergency room, officials announced Friday.</p>
<p>A new state report confirms what protesters have long said: the University of Chicago Medical Center is most equipped to fill the void for a Level
<p>A suburban Cook County resident is this year’s first confirmed case of measles in Illinois, state officials said.</p>
<p>Speaking at an award ceremony for himself in downtown Chicago on Friday, Cardinal Francis George said his doctors have “run out of tricks in