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created Apr 16 2020

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This is the place to look for important information about how to use this dataset, so please expand this box and read on! This is the source data for some of the metrics available at https://www.chicago.gov/city/en/sites/covid-19/home/hospital-capacity.html
All Chicago area (EMS Region XI) hospitals (n=27) are required to report bed and ventilator capacity, availability, and occupancy to the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) daily. A list of reporting hospitals is included below. All data represent hospital status as of 11:59 pm for that calendar day. Counts include Chicago residents and non-residents.
ICU bed counts include both adult and pediatric ICU beds. Neonatal ICU beds are not included. Capacity refers to all staffed adult and pediatric ICU beds. Availability refers to all available/vacant adult and pediatric ICU beds. Hospitals began reporting COVID-19 confirmed and suspected (PUI) cases in ICU on 03/19/2020. Hospitals began reporting ICU surge capacity as part of total capacity on 5/18/2020.
Acute non-ICU bed counts include burn unit, emergency department, medical/surgery (ward), other, pediatrics (pediatric ward) and psychiatry beds. Burn beds include those approved by the American Burn Association or self-designated. Capacity refers to all staffed acute non-ICU beds. An additional 500 acute/non-ICU beds were added at McCormick Place on 4/15/2020. These beds are not included in the total capacity count. The McCormick Place Treatment Facility closed on 05/08/2020. Availability refers to all available/vacant acute non-ICU beds. Hospitals began reporting COVID-19 confirmed and suspected (PUI) cases in acute non-ICU beds on 04/03/2020.
Ventilator counts prior to 04/24/2020 include all full-functioning mechanical ventilators, with BiPAP, anesthesia machines and portable/transport ventilators counted as surge. Beginning 04/24/2020, ventilator counts include all full-functioning mechanical ventilators, BiPAP, anesthesia machines and portable/transport ventilators. Ventilators are counted regardless of ability to staff. Hospitals began reporting COVID-19 confirmed and suspected (PUI) cases on ventilator on 03/19/2020. CDPH has access to additional ventilators from the EAMC (Emergency Asset Management Center) cache. These ventilators are included in the total capacity count.
All data are provisional and subject to change. Information is updated as additional details are received.
Chicago (EMS Region XI) hospitals: Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Advocate Trinity Hospital, AMITA Resurrection Medical Ctr Chicago, AMITA Saint Joseph Hospital Chicago, AMITA Saints Mary & Elizabeth Med Center, Ann & Robert H Lurie Children's Hospital, Comer Children's Hospital, Community First Medical Center, Holy Cross Hospital, Jackson Park Hospital & Medical Center, John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital Cook County, Loretto Hospital, Mercy Hospital and Medical Center, Methodist Hospital of Chicago, Mount Sinai Hospital, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Norwegian American Hospital, Roseland Community Hospital, Rush University Medical Center, Saint Anthony Hospital, Saint Bernard Hospital, South Shore Hospital, Swedish Hospital, Thorek Memorial Hospital,
University of Chicago Medical Center, University of Illinois Hospital & HSS, Weiss Memorial Hospital.
Chicago (EMS Region XI) specialty hospitals: Provident Hospital/Cook County, RML Specialty Hospital, Chicago Lakeshore Hospital. Shirley Ryan AbilityLab (previously RIC), VA/Jesse Brown, Kindred Chicago – North, Hartgrove Hospital, Kindred Chicago – Lakeshore, Kindred Chicago – Central, Shriners Hospital for Children – Chicago, LaRabida Hospital. Data Source: Hospitals reporting to CDPH via EMResource (Juvare)

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