Screening for the Ebola virus began Thursday at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, as local health experts sought to reassure the public they are ready to help contain any outbreak.
Navy medical personnel will work in a Chicago-area trauma and burn unit as part of a new training program to help the military doctors, nurses and corpsmen prepare for combat situations.
The NATO Summit does not begin until Sunday, but nurses from Chicago across the country and world are protesting Friday for a change in the nation’s economic policy.
Five months after ending free rides for all senior citizens, the CTA is still providing free rides to thousands of civil service employees — a practice that dates back to 1945, when it was mainly a “courtesy” extended to police and firefighters.
A group of Chicago nurses who work together and play the Lottery together, are now getting a bit richer together.
A doctor who was a patient at a local hospital died in what is blamed as a medication mix-up. 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports on concerns that nurse staffing levels weren’t sufficient.
A group of nurses picketed outside Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s office Monday morning to express their outrage, after several nurses were arrested during the Occupy Chicago protests over the weekend.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan would like to see number of nurses trained to help sexual assault victims doubled in local hospitals.
Union nurses at University of Chicago Medical Center have voted to authorize a strike, but an interim contract will keep them on the job until at least the end of June.
Nurses working at the University of Chicago Medical Center have voted to authorize a strike if their demands are not met.
The nurses union is characterizing the cost-cutting move as a “Valentine’s Day Massacre.”