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What are some services offered by John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County?

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John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County in Illinois, a teaching hospital, offers patient and clinical services on primary, specialty and tertiary level. Patient services include pharmacy, a blood bank, family planning, financial assistance and nursing. Clinical services at the hospital include surgery, emergency medicine, pathology, women's health and pediatric care. The hospital also features a Level 1 Trauma Care Center, a Speciality Care Center and a specialized emergency room for children.

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Located within Chicago's Near West Side in the Illinois Medical District, the John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital offers in-patient services such as an observation unit and a resuscitation area as well as dining options for patients and their visitors. The hospital offers volunteering opportunities for those who wish to aid patients, visitors and families.

The hospital is a member of the Cook County Health and Hospital System, which also features eight centers including a stroke center, a trauma and burn unit, CORE Center for HIV/AIDS care and a palliative care center. The system accepts contributions and donations for the Provident Women’s Auxiliary, The CORE Foundation, Stroger Hospital Auxiliary and Cook County Health Foundation, Inc. Patients have the option of accessing their hospital records, viewing lab reports and viewing future appointments via the MyCookCountyHealth patient portal located at CookCountyHHS.org.

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