UnidosUS Alliance Case Study: Lurie Children’s Hospital Community Collaborative Advances Health Equity

Lurie Children’s Hospital Community Collaborative Advances Health Equity

The American Hospital Association and the UnidosUS strategic alliance spotlights member hospitals and UnidosUS affiliates working together to build healthy, equitable and resilient communities. With the goal of addressing issues impacting child health comprehensively and collaboratively, NWSHC and Lurie Children’s Hospital partnered to develop and implement community-driven related to child health and well-being. This grassroots, neighborhood-based, collective approach aims to continue growth and positively impact community health.

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