Ann & Robert H Lurie Childrens Hospital of Chicago

Chicago, IL   |  www.luriechildrens.org

Mission

WE ARE DEDICATED TO THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF ALL CHILDREN. AS THE PEDIATRIC TEACHING FACILITY FOR NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY'S FEINBERG SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, THIS COMMITMENT DRIVES US TO BE A LEADER IN: - PEDIATRIC HEALTH CARE DELIVERY - RESEARCH INTO THE PREVENTION, CAUSES AND TREATMENT OF DISEASES THAT AFFECT CHILDREN - EDUCATION FOR PHYSICIANS, NURSES, ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, AND PUBLIC HEALTH PRACTIONERS - ADVOCACY FOR CHILDREN AS A CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION, WE SERVE CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES TO THE BEST OF OUR ABILITIES AND TO THE LIMITS OF OUR RESOURCES.

Ruling year info

1923

Principal Officer

Thomas P Shanley MD

Main address

225 E Chicago Ave # 269

Chicago, IL 60611 United States

EIN

36-2170833

NTEE code info

Hospital (Specialty) (E24)

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Program 1

ANN & ROBERT H. LURIE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF CHICAGO ("LURIE CHILDREN'S") IN CHICAGO, ILLINOIS OWNS AND OPERATES THE ONLY FULL-SERVICE, INDEPENDENT, FREE-STANDING PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL IN ILLINOIS. THIS NOT-FOR-PROFIT, TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL, FOUNDED IN 1882, PROVIDES PATIENT CARE 24 HOURS-PER-DAY, 7 DAYS-PER-WEEK. LURIE CHILDREN'S HAS 364 LICENSED BEDS AND PROVIDES A FULL RANGE OF INPATIENT AND OUTPATIENT CARE AND RELATED ANCILLARY SERVICES. LURIE CHILDREN'S PROVIDES MORE CARE THAN ANY OTHER HOSPITAL PROVIDER IN ILLINOIS IN NEARLY EVERY PEDIATRIC MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SPECIALTY. AS A MAJOR ACADEMIC TERTIARY CARE MEDICAL CENTER, LURIE CHILDREN'S HAS SERVED PATIENTS FROM 47 STATES AND 30 COUNTRIES DURING FY20. LURIE CHILDREN'S IS A DESIGNATED LEVEL I PEDIATRIC TRAUMA CENTER FOR THE CITY OF CHICAGO, WITH A LEVEL III NEONATAL NURSERY THAT SERVES AS A REGIONAL REFERRAL CENTER IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS PERINATAL NETWORK. LURIE CHILDREN'S ABILITY TO TREAT THE MOST CRITICALLY ILL INFANTS IN ITS NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT ("NICU") IS DEMONSTRATED BY STATISTICS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020 WHICH SHOW THAT OVER HALF OF ALL TRANSPORTS INTO ITS NICU WERE FROM OTHER LEVEL III NURSERIES IN Illinois. IN 2020-21 U.S. News & World Report rankings, LURIE CHILDREN'S continues to be THE TOP RANKED CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL IN ILLINOIS AND RANKs IN ALL 10 FEATURED SPECIALTIES. IN 2020-21, LURIE CHILDREN'S RANKED IN THE TOP 10 HOSPITALS ACROSS THE NATION FOR CARDIOLOGY AND HEART SURGERY (8th), UROLOGY (7TH), AND NEONATOLOGY (8th). IN 2016, LURIE CHILDREN'S WAS NAMED A LEVEL I PEDIATRIC SURGERY CENTER BY THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS (ACS), BECOMING THE FIRST CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL IN ILLINOIS TO EARN THIS STATUS. SO FAR, ONLY TWO OTHER PEDIATRIC HOSPITALS IN THE COUNTRY HAVE ACHIEVED THIS VERIFICATION. LEVEL I VERIFICATION - THE HIGHEST OF THREE - IS AWARDED BY A MULTI-ORGANIZATIONAL TASKFORCE LED BY THE ACS, THE BODY RESPONSIBLE FOR SETTING THE NATION'S STANDARDS FOR QUALITY OF SURGICAL CARE, PRACTICE AND TRAINING. ALSO IN 2016, LURIE CHILDREN'S WAS ONE OF ONLY 12 CHILDREN'S HOSPITALS NATIONWIDE - AND THE ONLY ONE IN ILLINOIS - TO BE RECOGNIZED AS A "TOP HOSPITAL" FOR PATIENT SAFETY BY THE LEAPFROG GROUP, A NATIONAL CONSORTIUM OF HEALTHCARE PAYERS THAT PROMOTES "LEAPS" IN PATIENT SAFETY. THE AWARD IS BASED ON A HOSPITAL'S PERFORMANCE IN PATIENT SAFETY AND CARE QUALITY. IN FY 2020, LURIE CHILDREN'S, THROUGH 771,255 PATIENT VISITS, SERVED MORE THAN 221,109 CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WHO CAME FROM ALL OVER THE STATE OF ILLINOIS AND BEYOND TO ACCESS THE MORE THAN 70 SPECIALTIES OFFERED BY LURIE CHILDREN'S. LURIE CHILDREN'S IS THE LARGEST PROVIDER OF MEDICAID SERVICES TO ILLINOIS CHILDREN. LURIE CHILDREN'S PEDIATRIC-SPECIALIST PHYSICIANS PROVIDE MORE SPECIALTY CARE TO CHILDREN INSURED BY THE STATE OF ILLINOIS' ALL KIDS (MEDICAID) PROGRAM THAN ANY OTHER SPECIALTY CARE PROVIDER. MORE THAN HALF OF THE HOSPITAL INPATIENT SERVICES ARE PROVIDED TO CHILDREN INSURED BY MEDICAID. LURIE CHILDREN'S MAINTAINS A CHARITY CARE POLICY UNDER WHICH IT PROVIDES HEALTHCARE SERVICES FREE OF CHARGE OR AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE TO CHILDREN WHOSE FAMILIES ARE UNABLE TO PAY FOR THE CHARGES ASSOCIATED WITH THEIR MEDICAL CARE. FOR FY 2020, THE TOTAL UNREIMBURSED CARE AND COMMUNITY BENEFIT (AS REPORTED IN THE FY 2020 AUDIT OF LURIE CHILDREN'S AND ITS AFFILIATES) PROVIDED BY LURIE CHILDREN'S AND ITS AFFILIATES WAS APPROXIMATELY $231.5 MILLION, INCLUDING $164.0 MILLION IN COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH UNREIMBURSED SERVICES AND CHARITY CARE PROVIDED BY LURIE CHILDREN'S AND ITS AFFILIATED PHYSICIAN GROUPS AND $67.5 MILLION FOR OTHER COMMUNITY BENEFIT INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, RESIDENT AND FELLOW EXPENSES OF $23.5 MILLION, RESEARCH FUNDING OF $20.0 MILLION, OPERATION OF A COMMUNITY CLINIC SUPPORT OF $3.4 MILLION, CHILD ADVOCACY PROGRAMS OF $6.3 MILLION AND THE PROVISION OF LANGUAGE ASSISTANCE, PASTORAL CARE, SOCIAL WORK, ART AND MUSIC THERAPIES, HOSPITAL VOLUNTEER SERVICES, TRANSPLANT FAMILY HOUSING AND OTHER FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES OF $9.6 MILLION. LURIE CHILDREN'S UNDERTAKES A BROAD RANGE OF SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES IN ADDITION TO PATIENT CARE THAT SUPPORT ITS CHARITABLE MISSION. LURIE CHILDREN'S FUNCTIONS AS A TEACHING AND RESEARCH INSTITUTION WHOSE EFFORTS HAVE CONTRIBUTED CONSIDERABLY TO IMPROVEMENTS IN THE QUALITY OF LIFE AND HEALTHCARE FOR CHILDREN. LURIE CHILDREN'S SUPPORTS COMMUNITY MEDICAL NEEDS THROUGH A VARIETY OF OUTREACH PROGRAMS AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS. IN DECEMBER 2001, LURIE CHILDREN'S BECAME THE FIRST PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL IN THE NATION AND THE FIRST HOSPITAL IN ILLINOIS TO RECEIVE THE MAGNET AWARD FROM THE AMERICAN NURSES CREDENTIALING CENTER. LURIE CHILDREN'S WAS AWARDED THIS DESIGNATION AGAIN IN 2005, 2010, 2015 AND 2020. TODAY, WHILE THE STATUS IS THE MOST SOUGHT-AFTER NATION-WIDE HONOR IN HOSPITAL NURSING, LESS THAN 1% OF HOSPITALS HAVE ACHIEVED THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF MAINTAINING THE DESIGNATION FIVE TIMES. LURIE CHILDREN'S IS ONE OF THE MAJOR PEDIATRIC TEACHING HOSPITALS IN THE U.S., SERVING AS THE PEDIATRIC TEACHING FACILITY AND THE PRIMARY PEDIATRIC PRACTICE SITE OF NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY FEINBERG SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ("NUFSM") FOR RESIDENT PHYSICIANS, FELLOWS AND MEDICAL STUDENTS IN PEDIATRIC SPECIALTIES AND SUB-SPECIALTIES. THIS PROGRAM IS CONSISTENTLY ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER IN THE COUNTRY. MCGAW MEDICAL CENTER OF NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY MANAGED THE TRAINING OF hundreds of RESIDENT-LEVEL TRAINEES AND TRAINEES AT THE FELLOW LEVEL. OF THOSE, LURIE CHILDREN'S IS THE PRIMARY TEACHING SITE FOR APPROXIMATELY 100 PEDIATRIC RESIDENTS AND over 100 PEDIATRIC SUBSPECIALTY FELLOWS. IN ADDITION, TRAINEES FROM THE ADULT PROGRAMS OF MCGAW ROTATE TO LURIE CHILDREN'S FOR VARYING LENGTHS OF TIME TO FULFILL THE PEDIATRIC COMPONENT OF THEIR TRAINING PROGRAM. LURIE CHILDREN'S ROLE AS A REGIONAL REFERRAL CENTER FOR A VARIETY OF PEDIATRIC DISEASES AND ILLNESSES HAS CREATED MANY RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES TO STUDY AND TREAT THEM AND LURIE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH ARM, STANLEY MANNE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH INSTITUTE, ("RESEARCH INSTITUTE") IS ONE OF THE NATION'S FEW CENTERS DEDICATED SOLELY TO PEDIATRIC RESEARCH. SEE THE TAX INFORMATION RETURN OF LURIE CHILDREN'S AFFILIATE, RESEARCH INSTITUTE (36-3357005). LURIE CHILDREN'S HAS HAD A LONGSTANDING COMMITMENT TO WORK WITH COMMUNITY LEADERS AND ORGANIZATIONS TO SUPPORT THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN BEYOND THE WALLS OF THE HOSPITAL, PARTICULARLY IN UNDER RESOURCED COMMUNITIES. HOSPITAL PHYSICIANS AND STAFF PROVIDE EXPERTISE ON CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH ISSUES TO GOVERNMENT LEADERS AT LOCAL, CITY, STATE AND NATIONAL LEVELS. LURIE CHILDREN'S ENGAGES IN STRATEGIC ORGANIZATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS, SUCH AS SCHOOL-BASED COLLABORATIONS TO PROMOTE HEALTH, SAFETY AND SOCIALIZATION FOR ALL STUDENTS INCLUDING SUPPORT FOR LEARNING ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS, SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING, CONCUSSION MANAGEMENT, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, VIOLENCE PREVENTION, INJURY PREVENTION, OBESITY REDUCTION, HOME VISITING SUPPORTS FOR PREGNANT AND PARENTING ADOLESCENTS AND INTERNSHIPS AND MENTORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH IN LOW OPPORTUNITY NEIGHBORHOODS. COLLABORATIONS WITH THE CHICAGO PARK DISTRICT HAVE INCLUDED PLAYGROUND SAFETY INSPECTIONS, TRAUMA-INFORMED TRAINING FOR COACHES AND STAFF, OBESITY PREVENTION EDUCATION AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT, AND SYSTEM-WIDE COACH TRAINING IN CONCUSSION MANAGEMENT. OTHER COMMUNITY HEALTH ACTIVITIES INCLUDE A PARTNERSHIP BY LURIE CHILDREN'S HEMATOLOGISTS WITH THE AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD SERVICES TO LAUNCH A COOPERATIVE SICKLE CELL BLOOD DONOR PROGRAM TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF BLOOD DONATIONS BY AFRICAN AMERICANS TO HELP CHILDREN WITH SICKLE CELL DISEASE WHO REQUIRE FREQUENT BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS. SINCE 2004, LURIE CHILDREN'S CENTER FOR CHILDHOOD RESILIENCE (CCR) HAS ENGAGED YOUTH-SERVING ORGANIZATIONS TO ADDRESS THE IMPACT OF TRAUMA AND PROMOTE MENTAL WELLNESS. THEY HOUSE THE ILLINOIS CHILDHOOD TRAUMA COALITION AND THE ILLINOIS CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH PARTNERSHIP. CCR HAS PARTNERED WITH NINE SCHOOL DISTRICTS, INCLUDING CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS, TO IMPLEMENT TRAUMA-INFORMED AND TRAUMA-RESPONSIVE PRACTICES AND DELIVER PROVEN EVIDENCE-BASED MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES. LURIE CHILDREN'S HOUSES AND OVERSEES THE CONSORTIUM TO LOWER OBESITY IN CHICAGO CHILDREN (CLOCC), A LEADING NATIONAL PROGRAM THAT TAKES AN ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO CHILDHOOD OBESITY PREVENTION. CLOCC FOCUSES ON THE ROOT CAUSES OF OBESITY AND DEVELOPS, SUPPORTS AND DISSEMINATES EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTIONS. CLOCC SUPPORTS THE EFFORTS OF MORE THAN 30 CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO ACHIEVE HEALTHY CPS DESIGNATION; ADVOCATES FOR HEALTHY VENDING CONTRACTS AND IMPROVED OPTIONS IN BUILDINGS OWNED OR MANAGED BY THE CITY OF CHICAGO; DEVELOPED AND TRAINED MORE THAN 9,400 STAFF FROM MORE THAN 2,300 ORGANIZATIONS USING 5-4-3-2-1 GO!, AN EVIDENCE-BASED, HEALTHY LIFESTYLE MESSAGE FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. LURIE CHILDREN'S LEADS A VIOLENCE PREVENTION CONSORTIUM CALLED STRENGTHENING CHICAGO'S YOUTH (SCY). S

Expenses
$914,692,395
Revenue
$987,852,151

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