The Great Lakes Center for Children's Environmental
Call Toll Free: (866) 967-7337
The Great Lakes Center for Children's Environmental Health was established
in 1999 in partnership with the United States Environmental
Protection Agency(EPA)and the Agency
for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry (ATSDR) to promote and protect
children's health through prevention, education, diagnosis and treatment
of environmentally related diseases.
team of health professionals encompass diverse areas of expertise
including medical toxicology, pediatrics, occupational/environmental
medicine, emergency medicine, pulmonology and developmental
Our primary area of focus is Region 5 which includes the states
of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin.
We are one of ten Pediatric
Environnmental Health Speciality Units across the country
dedicated to children's environmental health issues.
The Great Lakes Center for Children's Environmental Health has three locations: 1)The University of Illinois Hospital and Health Science System, 2) Stroger Hospital of Cook County in Chicago, and, 3) Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
View our Brochure (Acrobat PDF, 156KB)
Interested in updates on your local air quality? Follow this link for the Chicagoland area or search for your own hometown here.
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