INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE OF CHICAGO
The Institute of Medicine of Chicago is an independent organization of distinguished leaders in the health field who collaborate to improve the health of the public. Drawing upon the expertise of a diverse membership and other regional leaders, the IOMC addresses critical health issues through a range of interdisciplinary approaches including education, research, communication of trusted information, and community engagement.
With the health of the public at its core, IOMC is building new programs and services to better meet the needs of its members and the Chicagoland community.
2018---- A Year in Review
From the President of the Board and the New Executive Director ---- CONGRATUATIONS!
Our Fellows have focused and lead us to a transformative year! This is just the beginning. IOMC is excited to share the successes of the Metropolitan Chicago! We have established four Leadership Breakfasts and engaged a national visionary to consider how to ensure all have the opportunity to live and thrive within the Metropolitan Chicago area!
April: Dr. Julie Morita-- Gun Violence Prevention and Healthy Chicago 2.0
Gun Violence Prevention Advocacy Training 101
June: Lt. Gov. of Illinois: Evelyn Sanguinetti--Opioid Epidemic
September: Seth Green, Founder of Bamhaurt Center ----Collective Social Impact
October: Shatterproof- Run/Walk out Stigma
November: John Jay Shannon, MD---CEO County Care Health
Annual Meeting June: Dr. Soma Stout, Institute of Healthcare Improvement
Strategic Plan: Metropolitan Chicago Community Wellbeing Trust
Dr. Caswell Evans, Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education!
Dr. Carlotta Rinke American College of Physicians (ACP) Laureate Award.
New Fellows joining our fabulous membership!!!
State of the Health of Chicago: October 14, 2017
The State of the Health of Chicago (SOHOC) is shaping up to be an event that should not be missed. Click on the link for more information and look in the Upcoming Events section for the link to registration.
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