Facts and Information
Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center at a Glance (2010)
- 2,140 employees
- More than 500 physicians in 40 specialties
- More than 24,000 inpatients received care
- 179,121 outpatient visits (156,221 visits at Saint Mary Campus/22,900 visits at Saint Elizabeth Campus)
- More than 63,000 patients treated in the Emergency Department
- More than 11,000 community-clinic visits
- Nearly 1,900 babies born
Nurse Staffing Information
Requests from families or patients regarding nurse staffing information are welcome; please contact the Nursing Administration Department at Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center at 312-770-2000 (Saint Mary Campus) or 773-278-2000 (Saint Elizabeth Campus) and they will be glad to assist you.
Medical Office Buildings
- Saint Elizabeth Campus Professional Office Building
1431 North Western Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60622
- Saint Mary Campus Professional Office Building
2222 West Division Street
Chicago, Illinois 60622
- Family Practice Center
Nazareth Family Center – 2nd Floor
1127 North Oakley Boulevard
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Building a Stronger Community
- The Nazareth Family Center provides conference rooms, a gymnasium and an auditorium, all available to community groups and organizations at minimal or no cost. These meeting rooms fill an unmet need in the community and have been used for hosting such events as U.S. Congressman Luis Gutierrez's Job Fair, a forum on Mayor Richard M. Daley's Early Child Care and Education Plan, a child welfare agency training program, American Cancer Society board meetings and Chicago Public Schools principal meetings. Local schools use the gymnasium for basketball practice. The center also serves as the local polling place for elections.
- Bringing health care to those who lack access - Services are available through the Family Practice Center that provides outreach to high-risk pregnant females and high-risk geriatric patients. Services include everything from general health care and prenatal care to annual school physicals, pregnancy testing and minor surgical procedures.
- The Family Birthplace offers a variety of community programs, including childbirth, prenatal education and breastfeeding classes, as well as tours. All services are provided in English, Spanish and Polish. Information is also available on KidCare registration and Maternity Saving Plan programs.
- Providing Screenings for Early Detection and Treatment - Community Health Education provides free community health education programs and screenings throughout the year. Health education programs for adults include classes on nutrition, heart-risk prevention, diabetes and prenatal care. Free health screenings include those for blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes. During the summer and certain times throughout the year, back-to-school physicals and immunizations are offered at community health fairs sponsored by elected officials and community organizations.
- Speaker's Bureau - Trained, knowledgeable health care professionals speak about a wide variety of topics ranging from diabetes and asthma to exercise, nutrition and abstinence at local community organizations.
- Healthy Students Education Program - Trained educators present health programs to children, pre-teens and teenagers at Chicago public and private schools on abstinence, diabetes, nutrition and puberty. Classes feature wellness and disease prevention education and are available to parents and teachers as well.
- Children's Safety Programs
- Safe Sitter Program - This class, which is offered to pre-teens and teenagers 11 to 14, features Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) instruction, tips on ensuring a safe household, providing emergency care and much more.
- Car Seat Safety Program - The hospitals, in conjunction with the Chicago Police Department and Illinois State Police, teach parents how to correctly install, adjust and place a child in an appropriately sized car seat.
- Bicycle Helmet Safety - Children are instructed on bicycle safety, helmet use and rules of the road. These classes are offered with assistance from the Chicago Police Department.
- Working with community agencies and organizations to improve community health - The Medical Center maintains affiliations with organizations and groups to facilitate communication and improve community well being.
A partial list of those affiliations includes:
- Aldermanic offices of the 1st, 26th, 27th, 31st, 32nd, 35th 26th and 31st Wards
- American Cancer Society
- American Heart Association
- Aspira, Inc.
- Association House
- B.U.I.L.D., Inc.
- Casa Central
- Catholic Charities - Head Start
- Chicago Car Seat Coalition
- Chicago Community Health Coalition
- Chicago Department of Aging
- Chicago Police Departments, Districts 13 and 14
- Chicago Public Schools
- Clemente Academy High School
- Cook County Breast Coalition
- Cook County Commissioner's Office
- Division Street Business Development Association
- Erie Family Health Center
- Erie Neighborhood Center School Board
- Hispanic Health Coalition
- Hispanic Provider Council
- Holy Trinity High School
- Hope Cancer Care Network
- Humboldt Park Empowerment Partnership
- Humboldt Park Vocational Nursing Council
- Illinois Maternal & Child Health Coalition
- Infant Welfare Society
- Josephinum High School
- Latino Family Institute
- Logan Square YMCA
- Mercy Home for Boys and Girls
- Midwest Hispanic AIDS Coalition
- Near Northwest Neighborhood Network
- New City YMCA
- North Pulaski - Armitage Chamber of Commerce
- North Central District Health Coalition
- Puerto Rican Chamber of Commerce
- Senator Del Valle's Health Committee
- State's Attorney Richard Devine's Advisory Board
- Ukrainian Village Neighborhood Association
- West Town Board of Health Clinic
- West Town Chamber of Commerce
- Wicker Park Chamber of Commerce