Loyola Medicine has maintained a strong partnership with its neighboring communities in Chicago’s near western suburbs. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, this health system-community partnership helped residents in these economically-challenged communities in many ways, including providing nutritious food on a more regular basis. But the coronavirus outbreak has not slowed down the partnership’s efforts of leveraging innovation to help improve the lives of community residents. For more details, view the case study.

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