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Advocate Aurora Health to invest $50 million in underserved communities in Illinois, Wisconsin

Advocate Aurora Health plans to invest $50 million to help expand primary care to low-income communities in Illinois and Wisconsin. The health system will partner with community development financial institutions to help with initiatives such as small business development, affordable housing and expanding access to primary care in low-income communities.

Publication date: 2019-11-05
Parent publication: Chicago Tribune
Publication URL: https://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-biz-advocate-aurora-health-investing-money-underserved-communities-20191105-njgbv7hjv5fopp4z7sln37hkvy-story.html

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