Swedish Covenant Hospital

5145 N California Ave Ste 370 ChicagoIL60625
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Dr. Jayshree Dhali is a board certified physician specializing in internal medicine and endocrinology, with clinical interests in diabetes, osteoporosis, thyroid disorders and weight loss. Her practice is located at the Swedish Covenant Hospital. Patients are seen by appointment.
by mapquest on January 19, 2018 from mapquest

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Swedish Covenant Hospital is Chicago's leading independent, nonprofit teaching hospital. Using some of the most advanced technology and procedures available, our board-certified physicians and providers offer over 50 specialties, such as cardiac surgery, vascular surgery and neurosurgery. Outpatient services include everything from lab work to wound care. We are a Magnet® facility, which is the...
by yahoolocal on January 03, 2018 from yahoolocal
Committed to providing every patient with a compassionate, personalized experience focused on achieving optimal health. Comprised of 180 employed providers--predominantly board-certified physicians--Swedish Covenant Medical Group (SCMG) is a multi-specialty group practicing on Chicago's north side in association with Swedish Covenant Hospital. SCMG provides primary care services and 20...
by yahoolocal on June 09, 2017 from yahoolocal
* License Information:

* Licensee ID: 8027179

* License Status: Not Required

* Facility ID: 6010649

* Facility Status: Active

* Ownership: Other Non-Profit

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* Skilled : 46
by yellowpages on May 13, 2016 from yellowpages
In the 1880s, the Swedish Evangelical Covenant Mission Friends saw immigrants in need of care, and the group selected the hospital's present-day site at Foster and California Avenues in Chicago to help. Called the "Home of Mercy," it opened doors to patients on April 1, 1886. Original records of the Home of Mercy describe a hospital with 12 iron beds, two wooden wash stands, a bookcase, sofa,...
by superpages on October 29, 2013 from superpages