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Welcome to Loretto Hospital

Welcome to Loretto Hospital. Loretto Hospital is an acute care community hospital that serves over 33,000 patients each year from Chicago's Austin and surrounding communities.  As a not-for-profit, community-focused health care provider, we offer a unique, patient-centered healthcare delivery system that promotes general wellness and education in the communities we serve. Through our partnerships with physicians, research institutions, area residents and local businesses, we strive daily to be your health care provider of choice.                                    

The Loretto Hospital Foundation to host its 10th Annual Spirit of Achievement Awards Gala - Thursday, June 21, 2018.

The Loretto Hospital incorporates Life-Style nutrition to help combat chronic diseases on Chicago’s Greater West Side  

CHICAGO, IL – April 5, 2018 – Dr. Terry Mason, Chief Operating Officer over the Cook County Health Systems, came to The Loretto Hospital last Wednesday in honor of National Nutrition Month, to shed light on the dangerous eating habits of Americans as a cause for many chronic diseases, in particular those in communities that are stricken with poverty, poor access to quality health care and grocery stores. According to Dr. Mason, chronic illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and even many cancers can be reversed, and even prevented, with “Life-Style Nutrition”, also known as a plant-based diet.


Illinois Lt. Gov. Evelyn Sanguinetti will join the West Side Heroin Task Force’s (WSHTF) Leader Rep. La Shawn K. Ford (8th), and The Loretto Hospital’s President and CEO George N. Miller, Jr., for a breakfast meeting on Wednesday, April 4 at 8 a.m. to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on the 50th Anniversary of his assassination, and to fight for freedom from the heroin epidemic plaguing the West Side of Chicago. The event will be held at The Loretto Hospital, 645 S. Central Ave. in its 6th floor auditorium, and will include the narrative and collaboration of City of Chicago, State, and local health and human services department heads.



Dr. Terry Mason, Chief Operating Officer for the Cook County Department of Public Health, spoke at The Loretto Hospital about Fighting Diseases with Life-Style Medicine on Wednesday, March 28, 2018. To learn how to achieve optimum health and even fight some of the most deadliest diseases with plant-based nutrition, visit our Facebook page at  https://www.facebook.com/Lorettohospitalchicago to watch to live video..


 President and CEO George N. Miller, Jr., MHSA, FACHE is in the community spreading the good news to residents in the Austin and the surrounding communities that The Loretto Hospital Cares! To learn more about The Loretto Hospital, go to www.lorettohospital.org. Or to learn more about Mr. George Miller's upcoming speaking engagements, contact Community Relations Manager Angela K. Waller @ 773-854-5275.


WASTED screening at The Loretto Hospital, Sat. March 10, 2018. Attendees included a welcomes by George Miller, Loretto CEO; Senator Don Harmon; and State Representative Camille Y. Lilly.

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Loretto Hospital Board names former U.S. MedPAC Administrator George N. Miller, JR., as its new president and CEO – First African-American president and CEO in the hospital’s history

OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS: Congratulations to Angela Waller for her notable recognition by New Moms Inc! Angela was honored by New Moms Inc. on September 26, for establishing an ongoing partnership with New Moms Inc., and for the hospital’s support of its Academy of Professional Development Program, a program which offers job readiness training, life skills and coaching for young mothers. Each year, Loretto Hospital hosts “A Woman in Healthcare” panel in direct response to this program and the organization’s need to provide its participants insight into the wide range of career options in the healthcare industry. 

The Loretto Hospital is providing better standards, better care, and better outcomes to the community it serves! We are taking every step to prevent infection during our patient’s hospital stay. In a recent infection control report submitted to National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN), The Loretto Hospital showed zero infections in the First Quarter of 2017. Hand hygiene and implementing standard best practices when caring for our patients are key for preventing infections. We will continue to raise the bar in service excellence with our best practices to keep our patients safe.


The Loretto Hospital is giving back to the community! The Loretto Hospital donated one of its vans to one of its community partners to help further the organization’s cause. The van was presented to Father’s Who Care and received by Founder and Executive Director, Rev. Walter Jones, along with some of the participating youth in the organization.

For more than 20 years, Fathers Who Care has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the hungry, needy and politically under-represented members of our global family. Fathers Who Care also collaborates with Loretto on several endeavors including:  the Annual Men’s Health Fair, the Loretto Hospital Clergy Council, the Loretto Hospital Youth Council, and the West Garfield Park Community Stakeholders. To learn more about Fathers Who Care, call 773-287-5821 or visit their website at www.fatherswhocare.org. To learn more about Loretto Hospital’s Community Relations efforts, call Angela Waller at 773-854-5275.


The Loretto Hospital partners with Americans For Better Hearing to open a NEW hearing health clinic -- Providing comprehensive preventive healthcare for the hearing impaired. READ MORE

The Loretto Hospital is seeking vendors for our annual West Side Men's Health Fair. The event will be held on Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. To learn more about becoming a vendor call 773-854-5275 or download our Vendor Event Participation form.

Loretto Hospital launches new telestroke service to offer immediate care to stroke victims nearby -- Initiative set to provide high quality, efficient care to patients requiring direct intervention.



Loretto Hospital's 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment Report is now available for download. CLICK HERE to download the report. 
















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