Archive - July 2010

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Unique, Personalized Health Care Drives Women’s Services
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Little Company of Mary Hospital by the Decades: The 1930s
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Featured Faces: Sister Kathleen McIntyre

Unique, Personalized Health Care Drives Women’s Services

The Campus Transformation Project will offer a variety of health and well being services under one roof, and the Project’s centerpiece is the Women’s Center for Life and Health. The Center will utilize the latest clinical advances as well as patient education to empower women and provide gender-sensitive health care for women throughout various stages…

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Little Company of Mary Hospital by the Decades: The 1930s

February 6, 1929 marked a day that Mother Mary Stanislaus, Mother Mary Dorthea, and Mother Mary Dunstan would never forget. It was the day their desire to continue their ministry and provide their community with a hospital became a reality. Almost two years after the land had been purchased, the three sisters were joined by…

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Featured Faces: Sister Kathleen McIntyre

Sister Kathleen McIntyre was born at Little Company of Mary Hospital– the highly respected and compassionate hospital that would later define her life’s work. She grew up on the South Side of Chicago and went to St. Leo Grade School and Mercy High School. In 1956, Sister Kathleen joined the Sisters of Little Company of…

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