Advocate South Suburban Hospital

Advocate South Suburban Hospital has served the community and responded to local needs for nearly 70 years. And through the years, the community has responded in return—providing the funds needed to improve facilities and establish new programs. Today South Suburban Hospital is known for delivering advanced care close to home, while helping local residents stay healthy through screenings, support groups and senior services.

Generous donors have helped the hospital build new facilities, acquire advanced technology, create innovative programs and earn national recognition. The facts speak for themselves. Now, in an era of declining reimbursements and increasing health needs, charitable gifts are more important than ever in ensuring local access to the very best care.

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Learn more about our funding priorities below.

Funding Priorities

Oncology services offers a comprehensive approach to cancer diagnosis, treatment, recovery and survivorship in a “one-stop shop” setting—close to home. Dedicated oncology nurse navigators provide important resources and support for patients, families and caregivers throughout the journey from diagnosis through survivorship.

Nothing has a greater impact on hospitalized patients’ health outcomes than the quality of nursing care they receive. This fund helps our nurses enhance standards of care and build knowledge through ongoing education and professional development—and most importantly, supports our efforts to improve patient care.

This flexible fund provides critical resources to address immediate needs and to support new programs that enhance the quality of care and patient experience. Through philanthropy, we can respond quickly to important new opportunities and requests as they arise. Recent gifts afforded new respirator machines for adult and pediatric patients, transport stretchers and four dialysis carts.

South Suburban Hospital offers a wide range of inpatient and outpatient surgical care. Recognized for clinical excellence and patient safety, surgical services must expand—by adding staff and upgrading the facility—to meet patient needs and growing demand. Charitable gifts will fund new equipment and educational programs, and help meet the department’s greatest needs.

The Breast Health Resource Center is designed to help women become more proactive about breast cancer prevention, early detection and treatment. Contributions help provide access to educational opportunities, materials and support groups for patients and families.

Contact Us

For more information, please contact South Suburban Hospital’s development team:

Jo Amick
Vice President, Development

Ann Hartnett
Director, Development