Comparison Paper |
University of Phoenix |
Nursing 408 |
Varana Stampley |
The John H, Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County, formerly Cook County Hospital is a public urban teaching hospital in Chicago that provides primary, specialty and tertiary healthcare services to the five million residents of Cook County, Illinois. According to the Home-Cook County Department; their Mission is to optimize health and promote health equity for all people and communities of Cook County through leadership and appropriate collaborations between County, local, state and federal officials, as well as private health promoting institutions, focusing on health promotion and disease prevention, while advocating for the environmental and social conditions necessary to advance physical, mental and social well-being.
Cook County Public Health (CCDPH) is concern with the health of everyone, not just the community, they work with a variety of local, state and federal partners to ensure the safety of our diverse population that spreads over 735 square miles and includes 2.2 million suburban Cook County Residents, in addition to the tens of thousands of visitors who move in and out of Cook County via expressways, airports and public transportation on a daily basis. The Cook County public health protects the health of everyone, not just those individuals in a particular community. The Cook County Health & Hospitals System (CCHHS) oversees a comprehensive, integrated system of healthcare throughout Chicago and suburban Cook County through its seven affiliates: three hospitals, a growing ambulatory and community health network that protects the health of all those in a particular community. A public health department, where the health care professionals look at the total effect of a specific disease such as HIV/Aids on the public at large; A correctional healthcare facility and an outpatient on a budget of $162,000.00. Today the budget nears $10,000,000.00...