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About Saint Anthony Hospital

Saint Anthony Hospital has been caring for its neighbors for over a century.

Saint Anthony Hospital is an independent, nonprofit, faith-based, acute care, community hospital dedicated to improving the health and wellness of the families on the West Side and Southwest Side of Chicago.

We have grown to provide medical care, social services, and community outreach to the residents of several city neighborhoods, including: Little Village, North Lawndale, Brighton Park, Garfield Park, Back of the Yards, McKinley Park, Archer Heights, Pilsen, Austin, and Chinatown, as well as suburban Cicero.

Saint Anthony offers quality services close to home, caring for people regardless of their nationality, religious affiliation, and ability to pay.

Saint Anthony Hospital is 

  • a community hospital, never turning anyone away or leaving anyone behind
  • a community hospital, addressing the challenges that families in our neighborhood face
  • a community-centric institution, engaging families on many levels in improving and sustaining their
    well-being, and
  • a forward-thinking organization, developing new models for community care that lead to the overall success of the community.

Teaching Affiliations (Medical Schools)

  • Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (WAUSM)
  • Ross University School of Medicine
  • Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
  • University of Guadalajara (UAG)
  • Saint George’s University School of Medicine

Teaching affiliations (Residency Programs)

  • University of Chicago Medicine
  • Lawndale Christian Medical Center
  • Humboldt Park Health
  • Jackson Park Hospital and Medical Center

Health Care Affiliations

  • Northwestern Memorial Hospital
  • University of Chicago Medicine
  • University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System