Med Staff Update


EEH donates four pallets of supplies to support Ukraine

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Our hearts are with our colleagues of Ukrainian descent, those who have family and friends living in the region and all who are impacted by recent events.

During the second week of March, EEH donated approximately 88,800 gloves and 17,150 dust masks along with other medical supplies like splinter plaster and gauze packing to the Ukrainian Medical Association of North America (UMANA) in Illinois.

Edward Hospital and Elmhurst Hospital medical staff each donated $5,000 to the American Red Cross to support the Ukrainian Red Cross.

In addition to the four pallets and medical staff donations to the American Red Cross, our combined health system also made a financial contribution to Razom for Ukraine which translates into Together We Are Ukraine, an organization that provides medical supplies, humanitarian aid and supports volunteers on the ground.

Please view this memo for a list of relief organizations, including direct links for further information on how you can help.

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Plan to attend the May 12 Physician Town Hall

Join Dr. Dan Sullivan, Co-Chief Physician Executive, NorthShore – Edward-Elmhurst Health, along with CMOs Dr. Kim Darey and Dr. Bob Payton and other EEH leaders for quarterly Town Hall meetings focused on issues concerning our medical staff today.

The next Town Hall meeting will take place on May 12 from 6-7 p.m.

View flyer for the May 12 details.

Save these dates for future meetings and watch for meeting links:

  • August 11: 6-7 pm
  • November 17: 6-7 pm
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NorthShore—Edward-Elmhurst Health make the list of Chicago’s Largest Physician Groups

Crain’s Chicago Business released the 2022 list of Chicago’s Largest Physician Groups. The physician groups were ranked by 2021 net revenue.

NorthShore University HealthSystem Medical Group is ranked #4 (#4 last year), Swedish Medical Group is #7 (not ranked last year) and Northwest Community Health Medical Group is #17 (#16 last year).

Edward-Elmhurst Medical Groups is ranked #13 (#11 last year).

Click here to view the full list of physician groups.

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EEH recognized as “Best 50” for supply chain excellence in healthcare

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Edward-Elmhurst Health was recognized by healthcare supply chain leader Global Healthcare Exchange (GHX) as a “Best 50” healthcare provider.

For the past 14 years, GHX’s annual “Best 50” award spotlights the top North American hospitals and health systems based on their proven ability to improve operational performance while driving down costs through supply chain automation.

“The GHX Best 50 honorees have once again proven that by tapping into the expertise of supply chain teams, delivering outstanding care at lower costs is possible,” said Bruce Johnson, president and CEO, GHX. “Even as COVID-19 continues to create a challenging environment for healthcare providers, organizations like Edward-Elmhurst Health have created greater efficiencies and eliminated waste, ultimately helping to deliver more value for patients.”

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Edward-Elmhurst accepting proposals for awards from $100M Community Investment Fund

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Edward-Elmhurst Health is accepting applications from not-for-profit and nonprofit charitable organizations for monetary awards from its $100 million Community Investment Fund. Created following our merger with NorthShore University HealthSystem, the intent of the Community Investment Fund is to support organizations committed to enhancing community health and well-being, advancing health equity and contributing to local economic growth.

EEH estimates it will allocate about $3-6 million to community organizations annually via the Community Investment Fund. While there may be exceptions, typical funding awards are expected to be $250,000 or greater. NorthShore recently announced the distribution of $2.6 million to seven organizations in Lake and Cook Counties from its $100 million Community Investment Fund.

Proposals for the 2022 funding cycle will be accepted online until May 1. Organizations can submit a proposal and learn more about Edward-Elmhurst Health’s Community Investment Fund, including award eligibility and evaluation criteria, by visiting

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