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January Health Awareness

  • January 1-31: Cervical Health Awareness Month
  • January 1-31: Glaucoma Awareness Month
  • January 1-31: International Quality of Life Month
  • January 1-31: National Birth Defects Awareness/Prevention Month
  • January 1-31: National Blood Donor Month
  • January 1-31: National Radon Action Month
  • January 1-31: National Winter Sports Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month
  • January 1-31: Thyroid Awareness Month
  • January 4: World Braille Day
  • January 11: Paget’s Awareness Day
  • January 28: World Leprosy Day
  • January 30: World Neglected Tropical Diseases Day

February Health Awareness

  • February 1-29: American Heart Month
  • February 1-29: Cholangiocarcinoma Awareness Month
  • February 1-29: Gallbladder and Bile Duct Cancer Awareness Month
  • February 1-29: International Prenatal Infection Prevention Month
  • February 1-29: Low Vision Awareness Month
  • February 1-29: Marfan Syndrome Awareness Month
  • February 1-29: National Cancer Prevention Month
  • February 1-29: National Children’s Dental Health Month
  • February 1-29: National Self-Check Month
  • February 1-29: Raynaud’s Awareness Month
  • February 1-29: Teen Dating Violence Prevention Month
  • February 1: World Aspergillosis Day
  • February 1: Time to Talk Day
  • February 2: Give Kids a Smile Day
  • February 2: Go Red For Women
  • February 2: Rheumatoid Awareness Day
  • February 4: World Cancer Day
  • February 5-11: Tinnitus Awareness Week
  • February 7: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
  • February 7-13: African Heritage & Health Week
  • February 7-14: Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week
  • February 11-17: Heart Failure Awareness Week
  • February 11-17: National Cardiac Rehabilitation Week
  • February 11-17: Sepsis Survivor Week
  • February 12: International Epilepsy Day
  • February 14: National Donor Day
  • February 14: National Impotence Day
  • February 14-21: National Condom Week
  • February 16: National Caregivers Day
  • February 26-29: National Eating Disorders Awareness Week
  • February 22: National Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day
  • February 22: Recreational Sports & Fitness Day
  • February 27: National Protein Day
  • February 29: Rare Disease Day

 

 

March Health Awareness

  • March 1-31: Alport Awareness Month
  • March 1-31: Brain Injury Awareness Month
  • March 1-31: Brain Tumor Awareness Month (UK only)
  • March 1-31: Deep-Vein Thrombosis Awareness Month
  • March 1-31: Malignant Hyperthermia Awareness Month
  • March 1-31: Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month
  • March 1-31: Myeloma Action Month
  • March 1-31: National Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month
  • March 1-31: National Cheerleading Safety Month
  • March 1-31: National Colorectal Cancers Awareness Month
  • March 1-31: National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month
  • March 1-31: National Endometriosis Awareness Month
  • March 1-31: National Kidney Month
  • March 1-31: National Nutrition Month
  • March 1-31: Problem Gambling Awareness Month
  • March 1-31: Save Your Vision Month
  • March 1-31: Trisomy Awareness Month
  • March 1-31: Workplace Eye Wellness Month
  • March 1-6: National Aplastic Anemia & MDS Awareness Week
  • March 2: World Teen Mental Wellness Day
  • March 3: World Birth Defects Day
  • March 3: World Hearing Day
  • March 4: HPV Awareness Day
  • March 4: World Obesity Day
  • March 5: Dissociative Identity Disorder Awareness Day
  • March 7: National Hospitalist Day
  • March 10: National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
  • March 10-16: Patient Safety Awareness Week
  • March 10-16: Pulmonary Rehabilitation Week
  • March 10-16: Sleep Awareness Week
  • March 11-17: Brain Awareness Week
  • March 14: World Kidney Day
  • March 15: World Sleep Day
  • March 17-23: National Poison Prevention Week
  • March 18-24: National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week
  • March 20: National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
  • March 20: World Oral Health Day
  • March 21: World Down Syndrome Day
  • March 24: World Tuberculosis Day
  • March 26: Epilepsy Awareness – Purple Day
  • March 26: American Diabetes Alert Day
  • March 30: National Doctors’ Day
  • March 30: World Bipolar Day

 

April Health Awareness

  • April 1-30: Alcohol Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: Distracted Driving Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: Global Child Nutrition Month
  • April 1-30: Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: Medicaid Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: National Autism Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: National Cancer Control Month
  • April 1-30: National Child Abuse Prevention Month
  • April 1-30: National Donate Life Month
  • April 1-30: National Facial Protection Month
  • April 1-30: National Foot Health Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: National Interprofessional Healthcare Month
  • April 1-30: National Minority Health Month
  • April 1-30: National Primary Immunodeficiency Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: National Sarcoidosis Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: National Stress Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: Occupational Therapy Month
  • April 1-30: Oral Cancer Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: Parkinson’s Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: Rosacea Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month
  • April 1-30: Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: Sjögren’s Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: Sports Eye Safety Month
  • April 1-30: Testicular Cancer Awareness Month
  • April 1-30: Women’s Eye Health & Safety Month
  • April 1: Take Down Tobacco Day
  • April 1-7: National Public Health Week
  • April 1-7: World Autism Acceptance Week
  • April 2: World Autism Awareness Day
  • April 2: SAAM Day of Action
  • April 6: Bohring-Opitz Syndrome Awareness Day
  • April 6: National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
  • April 7: World Health Day
  • April 11: World Parkinson’s Day
  • April 11-17: Black Maternal Health Week
  • April 14: World Chagas Disease Day
  • April 16: National Healthcare Decisions Day
  • April 16-22: Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week
  • April 17: World Hemophilia Day
  • April 19: Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Action Day
  • April 21-37: National Infertility Awareness Week
  • April 22-26: National Youth Violence Prevention Week
  • April 22-26: Every Kid Healthy Week
  • April 22-29: National Infant Immunization Week
  • April 24-30: World Immunization Week
  • April 25: National DNA Day
  • April 25: World Malaria Day
  • April 28: World Day for Safety and Health at Work
  • April 29 – May 3: Patient Experience Week
  • April 29 – May 5: Air Quality Awareness Week

 

May Health Awareness

  • May 1-31: ALS Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Arthritis Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Better Hearing and Speech Month
  • May 1-31: Better Sleep Month
  • May 1-31: Bladder Cancer Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Brain Cancer Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Food Allergy Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Global Employee Health and Fitness Month
  • May 1-31: Healthy Vision Month
  • May 1-31: Hepatitis Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: High Blood Pressure Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Huntington’s Disease Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Lupus Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Lyme Disease Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Maternal Mental Health Month
  • May 1-31: Mental Health Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: National Asthma and Allergies Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: National Celiac Disease Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: National Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month
  • May 1-31: National Nurses Month
  • May 1-31: National Osteoporosis Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: National Physical Fitness and Sports Month
  • May 1-31: National Stroke Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month
  • May 1-31: National Teen Self-Esteem Month
  • May 1-31: National Women’s Health Month
  • May 1-31: Necrotizing Fasciitis Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Neurofibromatosis Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Older Americans Month
  • May 1-31: Preeclampsia Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Skin Cancer Awareness Month
  • May 1-31: Tourette’s Awareness Month
  • May 2: International Scurvy Awareness Day
  • May 5: World Hand Hygiene Day
  • May 5-11: North American Occupational Safety and Health Week
  • May 5-12: Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week
  • May 6-12: National Nurses Week
  • May 6: World Ankylosing Spondylitis Day
  • May 7: World Asthma Day
  • May 8: World Ovarian Cancer Day
  • May 10: National Lipid Day
  • May 10: World Lupus Day
  • May 12: International Awareness Day for Chronic Immunological and Neurological Diseases
  • May 12: International Nurses Day
  • May 12-18: National Hospital Week
  • May 12-18: National Women’s Health Week
  • May 12: ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia International Awareness Day
  • May 13: National Women’s Checkup Day
  • May 13-19: National Stuttering Awareness Week
  • May 15: Hyperemesis Gravidarum Awareness Day
  • May 17: World Hypertension Day
  • May 18: HIV Vaccine Awareness Day
  • May 19: Hepatitis Testing Day
  • May 19: National Asian and Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
  • May 19: World IBD Day
  • May 20: World Autoimmune and AutoInflammatory Arthritis Day
  • May 22: World Preeclampsia Day
  • May 24: World Schizophrenia Day
  • May 24: Don’t Fry Day
  • May 25: World Thyroid Day
  • May 29: World Digestive Health Day
  • May 29: National Senior Health and Fitness Day
  • May 30: World MS Day
  • May 31: National Heat Awareness Day
  • May 31: World No Tobacco Day

 

June Health Awareness

  • June 1-30: Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month
  • June 1-30: Aphasia Awareness Month
  • June 1-30: Cataract Awareness Month
  • June 1-30: Men’s Health Month
  • June 1-30: Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month
  • June 1-30: National Cytomegalovirus Awareness Month
  • June 1-30: National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month
  • June 1-30: National Safety Month
  • June 1-30: National Scoliosis Awareness Month
  • June 1-30: Professional Awareness Month
  • June 1-30: PTSD Awareness Month
  • June 1-30: Scleroderma Awareness Month
  • June 1-7: National CPR and AED Awareness Week
  • June 2: National Cancer Survivors Day
  • June 8: World Brain Tumor Day
  • June 10-16: Men’s Health Week
  • June 14: World Blood Donor Day
  • June 15: World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
  • June 17-23: World Continence Week
  • June 18: Autistic Pride Day
  • June 19: World Sickle Cell Day
  • June 21: Global MND Awareness Day
  • June 21: International Day of Yoga
  • June 25: World Vitiligo Day
  • June 26: International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
  • June 25-July 1: Helen Keller Deaf-Blind Awareness Week
  • June 27: National HIV Testing Day
  • June 27: National PTSD Awareness Day
  • June 27: National Sunglasses Day
  • June 29: Rare Chromosome Disorder Awareness Day

 

July Health Awareness

  • July 1-31: Cord Blood Awareness Month
  • July 1-31: Healthy Vision Month
  • July 1-31: International Group B Strep Awareness Month
  • July 1-31: Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month
  • July 1-31: National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness and Prevention Month
  • July 1-31: National Hemochromatosis Awareness Month
  • July 1-31: National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month
  • July 1-31: Sarcoma Awareness Month
  • July 1-31: UV Safety Month
  • July 11: World Population Day
  • July 22: World Brain Day
  • July 23: World Sjogren’s Day
  • July 28: World Hepatitis Day

 

August Health Awareness

  • August 1-31: Children’s Eye Health and Safety Awareness Month
  • August 1-31: Digestive Tract Paralysis Awareness Month
  • August 1-31: Gastroparesis Awareness Month
  • August 1-31: National Breastfeeding Month
  • August 1-31: National Eye Exam Month
  • August 1-31: National Immunization Awareness Month
  • August 1-31: Psoriasis Action Month
  • August 1-31: Spinal Muscular Atrophy Awareness Month
  • August 1-31: Summer Sun Safety Month
  • August 1: National Minority Donor Awareness Day
  • August 1: World Lung Cancer Day
  • August 1-7: World Breastfeeding Week
  • August 3: Cloves Syndrome Awareness Day
  • August 4-10: National Health Center Week
  • August 18: World Breast Cancer Research Day
  • August 18-24: Contact Lens Health Week
  • August 19: World Humanitarian Day
  • August 30: National Grief Awareness Day
  • August 31: International Overdose Awareness Day

 

September Health Awareness

  • September 1-30: Baby Safety Month
  • September 1-30: Blood Cancer Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Food Safety Education Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Healthy Aging Month
  • September 1-30: ITP Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: National Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: National Cholesterol Education Month
  • September 1-30: National Fruits and Veggies Month
  • September 1-30: National Pediculosis Prevention Month/Head Lice Prevention Month
  • September 1-30: National Recovery Month
  • September 1-30: National Sickle Cell Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: National Vascular Disease Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: National Yoga Month
  • September 1-30: Newborn Screening Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Pain Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Peripheral Artery Disease Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Reye’s Syndrome Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Sepsis Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Sexual Health Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Sports Eye Safety Month
  • September 1-30: Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: Urology Awareness Month
  • September 1-30: World Alzheimer’s Month
  • September 7: World Duchenne’s Awareness Day
  • September 8-14: Folic Acid Awareness Week
  • September 8: World Physical Therapy Day
  • September 8-14: National Assisted Living Week
  • September 8-14: National Suicide Prevention Week
  • September 9: International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Awareness Day
  • September 9-15: Sexual Health Week
  • September 10: World Suicide Prevention Day
  • September 13: National Celiac Disease Awareness Day
  • September 13: World Sepsis Day
  • September 15: World Lymphoma Awareness Day
  • September 16-20: Malnutrition Awareness Week
  • September 16-22: National Rehabilitation Awareness Week
  • September 16-22: World Mitochondrial Disease Week
  • September 17: Get Ready for Flu Day
  • September 17: World Patient Safety Day
  • September 18: National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day
  • September 18-22: Fungal Disease Awareness Week
  • September 19: Aortic Dissection Awareness Day
  • September 19-23: National Farm Safety and Health Week
  • September 20: National Concussion Awareness Day
  • September 21: Usher Syndrome Awareness Day
  • September 21: World Alzheimer’s Day
  • September 22: Falls Prevention Awareness Day
  • September 23: World Lung Day
  • September 25: International Ataxia Awareness Day
  • September 25: World Pharmacists Day
  • September 25: National Women’s Health and Fitness Day
  • September 26: Mesothelioma Awareness Day
  • September 26: World Contraception Day
  • September 28: World Rabies Day
  • September 28: Family Health & Fitness Day
  • September 27: Sport Purple for Platelets Day
  • September 29: World Heart Day

 

October Health Awareness

  • October 1-31: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (CMT) Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: Contact Lens Safety Month
  • October 1-31: Domestic Violence Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: Down Syndrome Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: Eye Injury Prevention Month
  • October 1-31: Health Literacy Month
  • October 1-31: Healthy Lung Month
  • October 1-31: Home Eye Safety Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: Liver Cancer Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: National ADHD Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: National Audiology Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: National Bullying Prevention Month
  • October 1-31: National Dental Hygiene Month
  • October 1-31: National Medical Librarians Month
  • October 1-31: National Orthodontic Health Month
  • October 1-31: National Physical Therapy Month
  • October 1-31: National Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: Prenatal-onset GBS Disease Recognition Month
  • October 1-31: Spina Bifida Awareness Month
  • October 1-31: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Awareness Month
  • October 1: International Day of Older Persons
  • October 5: World Meningitis Day
  • October 6-12: Mental Illness Awareness Week
  • October 6-12: National Primary Care Week
  • October 6-12: National PA Week
  • October 6: World Cerebral Palsy Day
  • October 7: Child Health Day
  • October 7: Trigeminal Neuralgia Awareness Day
  • October 10: National Depression Screening Day
  • October 10: World Mental Health Day
  • October 10: World Sight Day
  • October 11: International Day of the Girl
  • October 12-20: Bone and Joint Action Week
  • October 12: World Hospice and Palliative Care Day
  • October 13: Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day
  • October 15: Global Handwashing Day
  • October 15: National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day
  • October 15: Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day
  • October 15-21: International Infection Prevention Week
  • October 16: Restart a Heart Day
  • October 16: World Food Day
  • October 18: Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP) Action Day
  • October 18: National Mammography Day
  • October 19: World Pediatric Bone and Joint Day
  • October 20: World Osteoporosis Day
  • October 20-26: National Healthcare Quality Week
  • October 20-26: Respiratory Care Week
  • October 21: National Check Your Meds Day
  • October 21-25: National Health Education Week
  • October 22: International Stuttering Awareness Day
  • October 29: National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
  • October 29: World Psoriasis Day
  • October 30: World Hypophosphatasia Day

 

November Health Awareness

  • November 1-30: American Diabetes Month
  • November 1-30: Bladder Health Month
  • November 1-30: COPD Awareness Month
  • November 1-30: Diabetic Eye Disease Month
  • November 1-30: Stomach Cancer Awareness Month
  • November 1-30: Lung Cancer Awareness Month
  • November 1-30: Movember
  • November 1-30: National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month
  • November 1-30: National Diabetes Month
  • November 1-30: National Epilepsy Awareness Month
  • November 1-30: National Family Caregivers Month
  • November 1-30: National Healthy Skin Month
  • November 1-30: National Hospice and Palliative Care Month
  • November 1-30: National Marrow Awareness Month
  • November 1-30: Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
  • November 1-30: Prematurity Awareness Month
  • November 3-9: National Diabetes Education Week
  • November 3-9: National Radiologic Technology Week
  • November 8: International Day of Radiography
  • November 9: National Diabetes Heart Connection Day
  • November 10: World Keratoconus Day
  • November 12: World Pneumonia Day
  • November 14: World Diabetes Day
  • November 15: Great American Smokeout
  • November 17: World Prematurity Day
  • November 18-24: US Antibiotic Awareness Week
  • November 19-25: GERD Awareness Week
  • November 20: World COPD Awareness Day
  • November 21: World Pancreatic Cancer Day
  • November 23: International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day
  • November 25: International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
  • November 28: National Family Health History Day

 

December Health Awareness

  • December 1-31: National Impaired Driving Prevention Month
  • December 1-31: National Safe Toys and Gifts Month
  • December 1: World AIDS Day
  • December 1-7: Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week
  • December 3: International Day of Persons With Disabilities
  • December 2-8: National Handwashing Awareness Week
  • December 4-8: National Influenza Vaccination Week

 

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PCC Community Wellness Center (PCC) is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that provides care for underserved patients at eleven sites on Chicago’s west and northwest sides, as well as the near west suburbs. The neighborhoods we serve each have a rich history with diverse populations.

PCC staff is committed to serving our community members. We promote a culture of respect within the workplace as well as among our patients and community partners. PCC treats diversity as a source of strength.

We currently have opportunities for ambitious professionals seeking provider or staff positions. Provider positions include physicians, certified nurse-midwives, advanced practice nurses, licensed behavioral health consultants, and dentists. Clinical staff positions include medical assistants and nurses while non-clinical positions may work in the clinic or administrative offices.

We offer equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

PCC is requiring all new employees to be fully vaccinated. This is consistent with the practices of other healthcare organizations and has been recommended by the Chicago Department of Public Health and various national professional associations. For CDC guidance on workplace vaccine mandates, click here.

Family Physicians Serve on the Front Lines of Addiction Medicine

While practicing family medicine for many years, I saw how substance use disorders affected many of my patients and their families. To provide them with the best comprehensive care possible, I pursued the addiction medicine fellowship at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.

It was one of the best career decisions I’ve ever made. Now, during National Addiction Treatment Week, I encourage other family physicians to learn about the critical role we can take in treating patients with SUDs.

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Thousands of N-95 masks, new COVID treatment drug gifted to Oak Park health center

CHICAGO — A local health organization has received thousands of masks and another valuable tool in the fight against COVID-19.

In January, the Biden administration started distributing millions of masks to pharmacies and health centers across the country. 

Late last week, the PCC Community Wellness Center, with locations across Chicagoland, received thousands of masks and a Covid-fighting drug not yet well known.

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Midwife Care at PCC Community Wellness Center: a Caring, Empowering Experience

Birth can be a beautiful experience, made all the more comfortable in the care of a midwife. At PCC Community Wellness Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with clinics throughout Chicago’s West Side and near west suburbs, families can choose to work with a midwife for safe, patient-centered care for birth and all reproductive health services.

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PCC Community Wellness Center (PCC) is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that provides care for underserved patients at eleven sites on Chicago’s west and northwest sides, as well as the near west suburbs. The neighborhoods we serve each have a rich history with diverse populations.

PCC staff is committed to serving our community members. We promote a culture of respect within the workplace as well as among our patients and community partners. PCC treats diversity as a source of strength.

We currently have opportunities for ambitious professionals seeking provider or staff positions. Provider positions include physicians, certified nurse-midwives, advanced practice nurses, licensed behavioral health consultants, and dentists. Clinical staff positions include medical assistants and nurses while non-clinical positions may work in the clinic or administrative offices.

We offer equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

PCC is requiring all new employees to be fully vaccinated. This is consistent with the practices of other healthcare organizations and has been recommended by the Chicago Department of Public Health and various national professional associations. For CDC guidance on workplace vaccine mandates, click here.