A Hospital and a Community Work in Partnership During a Pandemic

In this podcast, Darren Henson, AHA’s director at the Institute for Diversity & Health Equity, explores how despite the COVID-19 outbreak, Loyola University Medical Center – serving the Chicago area – remains committed to its partnership with a community-driven, multi-sector coalition. Professor Lena Hatchett, PhD, from Loyola’s Stritch School of Medicine, shares how the relationship between the medical center’s physicians and clinical staff with Proviso Health Partners ensures ongoing patient needs.


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